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Enrichment and the Enrichment Passport

Enrichment further supports the Personal Development of our students. The Enrichment Passport is a tool to encourage students to participate in as many enrichment activities as possible from the vast range within the academy. Below is taken straight from the Enrichment Passport which explains the purpose to students. Form Tutors and the Enrichment Team track student progress with the passports and provide intervention and support to encourage student participation.

Why have the Enrichment Passport? 

There are two main purposes of the Enrichment Passport: 

1. To Inspire 

The Enrichment Passport highlights many of the opportunities available to students to enrich themselves in line with our values. There are so many opportunities available at The Priory Academy LSST sometimes it is difficult to keep track! Using the Enrichment Passport students can see what is available and then can set themselves goals and exciting challenges that: 

  • aid personal development  
  • support wellbeing 
  • stretch talents  
  • provide new experiences 
  • improve future prospects 
  • raise aspirations 
  • broaden horizons 
  • allow opportunities for new friendships and relationships 

The Enrichment Passport encourages students to participate in the numerous enrichment activities on offer at the Academy such as:

  • Extra-curricular activities (sports clubs, music clubs, library club, arts clubs, STEM clubs, CCF, D of E, etc.).
  • House Events.
  • Students group and bodies such as Priory Pride, Wellbeing Ambassadors and the Anti-Racism Team.
  • Student roles such as Form Rep and House Captain.
  • Volunteering, charity and community work.
  • Providing academic support such as mentoring.
  • Work experience.
  • Education beyond the classroom such as online courses, EPQ and listening to a visiting speaker.
  • Subject workshops and visits.
  • Local, national and global challenges such as the Maths Challenge and Global Young Journalists Awards.
  • Getting involved in national events such as World Book Day, Black History Month and National Numeracy Day.
  • Revision clubs and workshops.

2. To Reflect 

The Enrichment Passport allows students to track their successes throughout the year. This can be helpful for writing personal statements, applications and to show progress to others as well as set future goals.’

In 6th Form there is a slightly different Enrichment Passport that reflects the different opportunities available to 6th Form students. This includes some opportunities out of school many of our students get involved with such as learning to drive or volunteering.