Sixth Form is about more than just academic study, and we place huge importance on preparing our students for the transition from school to adult life.

Our rigorous academic provision is complemented by our Sixth Form co-curricular and Enrichment programmes, which enable our students to develop the skills that will ensure they continue to thrive after they leave us. The choice of clubs and enrichment activities changes on a termly basis, allowing students to enjoy a broad range of experiences during their time in the Sixth Form.


Clubs and Societies

Sixth form clubs and societies, which take place at lunch and after school, give students the opportunity to explore their interests and hobbies, and develop their knowledge beyond the formal curriculum. Clubs may focus on a particular academic subject, the development of a skillset, or simply provide space for students to have fun and enjoy collaborating with each other. Recent clubs and societies include:

  • Psychology Club
  • Wellbeing and Mindfulness
  • Drama and Public Speaking
  • Young Enterprise
  • Stocks and Shares Club
  • Art Club
  • BAFTA Young Game Designer
  • Current Affairs
  • Strategic Games
  • Essay Competition Awards
  • STEM Club
  • Pride Club
  • Music Composition
  • Chess Club


Our Enrichment programme is a central feature of life at KPS Sixth Form, and takes place each Wednesday afternoon for all Year 12 students. Enrichment is designed to provide students with extended learning prospects, which will both strengthen their university applications and CV, and expand their awareness, understanding, and experience of the world around them. Enrichment promotes students’ intellectual, physical, cultural, and social development to ensure they are prepared and ready for their next steps, whether at university or in their working life. Recent Enrichment options include:

Health and Fitness


Culture Club

Skills and Mental Agility

University and Careers

In the summer term of Year 12, Enrichment focuses on UCAS and the university application process, with specialist workshops on how to choose an undergraduate course and university, and the personal statement. In Year 13, students continue to work on their UCAS applications during Enrichment, as well as their EPQ (Extended Project Qualification).

University and Careers

Student Voice

The Student Council and Sixth Form Heads of School play a key role in ensuring that our co-curricular and Enrichment programmes represent the diverse needs and interests of our student body.

Student Voice