Enrichment (the action of improving or enhancing the quality or value of something) is sometimes referred to as 'Extra-curricular Activities' in other words, activities that you do outside of your main study programme such as sports, clubs and societies, volunteering and short courses.
Enrichment at #H6 is an important part of our student #H6Experience as it will enable students to realise their potential in a variety of settings beyond the classroom. As an example, we provide a range of sporting opportunities for our students.
We have football and futsal teams that compete at regional and national level. Students train every day on a brand new 3G Astroturf pitch, and enjoy free access to our gym and performance analysis. Beyond that, students at Haringey Sixth Form can train and compete in table tennis, girls football, badminton, netball, volleyball and recreational basketball. We also provide the opportunity to undertake coaching and officiating qualifications whilst they study.
Haringey Sixth Form Hawks
Haringey Unchained is a collective of students aiming to show case the creative talent of Haringey Sixth Form College in Tottenham, London. We think that through the promotion of our creative thoughts, we can educate our community, bringing to the foreground the critical and creative consciousness of a vibrant school in a deprived part of London.
We are endeavouring to provide this blog as a platform for our community, giving the space to those whose work otherwise might not be seen or read. Being that the chains are off, we are able to express through our photography, art, short fiction and poetry, what’s really on our minds.
Haringey Unchained first began in 2014, when a small group of ambitious teenagers in Tottenham, London realised they had something to say. Since then, the project has developed and grown in strides with every single yearly group of students taking up the torch.
We have also been lucky to maintain links with many of our Haringey Unchained alumni family, who continue to submit to the blog, and who often participate in and volunteer to help with our yearly magazine launch. This is an ever growing community of artists of all kinds, and we continue to look forward to how the project develops in the future.
All students at Haringey Sixth Form College have the opportunity to play both recreational and competitive football, including showcase matches with local club Estudiantes.
Over 40 students from H6 have played senior football this year, including games against the leading Universities in England.
Matches are organized against leading amateur, semi-professional and University teams, giving the students an opportunity to test themselves against excellent teams.
Students have the opportunity to take part in daily training on an outstanding 3G pitch within the college from a UEFA qualified coach. Additional sessions are provided each week at Haringey Borough Football club.
All games are recorded using a Veo camera, to allow for tactical and technical analysis.
Students have access to the gym for strength and conditioning sessions.
Girls are provided with an opportunity to take part in a wide variety of sports at the college.
The volleyball club is very popular with over 30 students taking part, There are recreational free play sessions as well as coached training sessions from our qualified volleyball coach..
The team will compete against other colleges in the AOC Festival this year
Girls can take part in all football sessions, including both lunchtime inclusion sessions and after school coaching sessions that are led by Tottenham Hotspur Foundation coaches.
Girls are also provided with the opportunity to take part in Basketball and Badminton, as well as a girl's only trampolining session every Friday lunchtime.
Our volleyball club is one of the most popular clubs within college.
Indoor sessions are led by a qualified coach, with students given an opportunity to develop new skills. Free-play sessions are open to all. The indoor volleyball court is and outdoors on the new articificial pitch.
The team compete in the AOC volleyball festival, and other games are arranged against local colleges.
Students are also given an opportunity to take part in additional sessions with local clubs.
Entry and Foundation students at the college are given access to the football pitch at lunchtime, as part of inclusion football that is open to all students regardless of experience or ability.
The aim of the recreational sessions is participation and enjoyment, with all students encouraged to play in the spirit of the game to allow for all students, regardless of their experience and ability given a chance to play.
The team are also coached on a Wednesday afternoon and compete in tournaments against other teams.
Students at the college are provided with an opportunity to take sports coaching qualifications.
In the last two years, over 23 students have passed their FA Level 1 in football coaching, 6 have passed their FA Level 1 in futsal coaching, with 4 recently completing the Coerver Youth Diploma, one of the most highly regarded qualifications in youth football coaching.
Beyond this, 5 students have gained their Level 7 in futsal refereeing, with one student completing his ECB Level 2 in Cricket Coaching.
In 2021, a further 10 ten students will be gaining a certification from UEFA as part of a youth coaching qualification.
Look at how #TeamHaringey6 #H6Sports information chart is looking; the below chart gives you an indication of our #TeamHaringey6 students that have taken part in various sport activities within #H6
This chart is amazing and also gives you an insight of the different sports we offer at #H6 and the ratio of male and female students that take part and the courses they currently study.
We cannot wait for next years chart as we know it will be fantastic as we continue to thrive at being #MoreThanACollege