Life at Brampton isn’t all about study. We wholly encourage participation in enrichment activities to develop personal interests, learn new skills, support university applications or simply to have fun.
There’s a whole range of activities to get involved in, from serious commitments like the Duke of Edinburgh Award, voluntary work or chairing a charity fundraising group to light hearted (but competitive!) relief such as table-tennis, football or a trip to the theatre.
We have a football team, a student council, a photography club; we go to lectures, cinema and exhibitions in town; there’s a singing club, debating society, visiting speakers on a variety of topics, first aid courses, and the ever-popular Pro-share competition too – all designed to help you achieve that important work-life balance. Take a look at our full enrichment programme here:
|Duke of Edinburgh Award||Football|
|Lecture Trips||Debating Society|
|Charity Committee||Science Olympiads and Senior Maths Challenge|
|English Club||Mindfulness Course|
|Student Council||Young Enterprise|
|Singing Club||Medical Forum|
|Fitness Club||Student Magazine|
|Table Tennis||Photography Club|
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