Enrichment, Partnerships and Progression

Enrichment, Partnerships and Progression

Our Post 16 enrichment programme aims to broaden the range of students’ interests, provide useful skills and knowledge for university life and beyond and give opportunities for earning some extra qualifications.

  • Anime Club
  • Debate club
  • Learning Turkish
  • Studio Time
  • Film Critique Club
  • Mark Evison
  • Film making
  • Young Enterprise
  • Eltham Hill World Challenge
  • Football
  • Just dance
  • Yoga
  • St John Ambulance Courses
  • Bootcamp

Eltham Hill Post 16 World Challenge

Eltham Hill Post 16 students have the unique opportunity to participate in an International World Challenge in Tanzania. This is a real adventure that challenges and develops our students as global citizens and can be a life changing experience. The expedition offers a physical challenge, the opportunity to make a contribution to the local community  and a range of enjoyable cultural activities.

Post 16 visitors have included:

Dame Marjorie Scardino, the first female chief executive of a FTSE 100 company (Pearson), visited the school and spoke to the Year 12 students about how she became so successful.

Sir Ian McKellan visited Eltham Hill School, a Stonewall School Champion, to raise awareness of homophobic prejudice and bullying.

US Ambassador, Matthew Barzun, visited Eltham Hill School and spoke inspirationally to students in Years 11, 12 and 13 about the United States of America.

Peter Barron, Google’s Director of External Relations for Europe, Middle East and Africa, visited the school and spoke to our students about how his choices in his education, were the main foundation for his successful career.

Examples of other enrichment opportunities offered at Eltham Hill Post 16:

  • Work Experience
  • Mentoring
  • Student Leadership
  • Students on UCL Summer Programm
  • Students on The Cambridge University of Study Programme
  • Students preparing for Oxbridge/Medical and Veterinary Courses
  • Speakers from the University of Oxford and Imperial College