UCAS support session, University interview practice, Hulme Careers Talk, Careers mentoring session, Student Council, Academic stretch session, Volunteering in the local community, Form tutor assistants, Lead on co-curricular, EPQ, Peer mentoring, Sports Captains, House Captains, Hulme Ambassadors, School council, Prep class prefects, Prep co-curricular club assistants, Sports assistants, Sports officiating, Mental health peer mentors, Community action group – ‘Food for thought’, 1st XI Football & Netball, Amnesty International, Badminton, Basketball, Board Games Club, Book Club, Cards Club, Careers Drop-In, Combined Cadet Force (CCF), Chess Club, Choir, Coding Club, Cookery Club, Creative Writing Society, Culture Club, CREST Award, Drama, Diversity, Inclusion and Celebratory Events Team (DICE), DuoLingo Club, Digital Leaders Group, Duke of Edinburgh Award, Eco Club, E-Sports Club, French Culture Club, Food Science Club, Food for Thought Club, Gardening club, German Club, Japanese & Anime Club, Jigsaw Club, Journalism Club, Junior Maths Challenge, LAMDA Awards, Latin for Beginners, Latin Continuation, Music Club and Band, Maths Club, Medics Club, Moon Camp Challenge, The Makery, Oxbridge Group, Peer Mentors, Photography Club, Public Speaking, PRISM Club (LGBTQ+ students and allies), Pottery Club, Robotics, RSC Young Analyst, Science Club, Senior School Show, Soul Band, Swedish Club, Swimming, Science Simulation and Computational Physics Club, Strength & Conditioning, Table Tennis, Trampolining, Warhammer Society, Wind Band

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In the Hulme Sixth Form there are more opportunities to get involved with co-curriculum than there are hours in the day! From sport to community service, drama to activism, music to mentoring in the Prep School, Sixth Formers can pursue their many interests as well as discover new ones.

Wednesday afternoons provide students with the opportunity to pursue co-curricular programmes, and bolster their UCAS applications. Many students opt to complete the EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) in their chosen field which gives them additional UCAS points, and often, reduced university offers.

Hulme has an exceptional recent record in the Rhys Davies Mock Trial Competition for those who are interested in a career in law, winning the competition twice in the last three years. So too, in the Young Enterprise Scheme for those budding entrepreneurs – last year’s team reached the regional finals.

Students with an interest in the sciences can undertake the Gold CREST award or Moon Challenge competition. The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme is hugely popular at Hulme and students in the Sixth Form can work towards their Gold award. 

For those with dramatic leanings, there’s the chance to get involved in the annual school show, on stage or behind the scenes, and we encourage students to undertake the LAMDA awards. For the musicians, there is the choir, or the opportunity to take part in impromptu musical lunchtime pop-ups.

Students who have a strong sense of community can get involved in the Harmony Trust Scheme and support local school children in the development of their reading.

For the athletic, there is the opportunity to play competitively in 1st Team Football, netball and swimming. For those who want to keep fit and have fun without match day pressures, there is recreational badminton, table tennis, trampolining and basketball. 

We talk a lot about the Hulme spirit here, and the co-curricular programme is a key part of that: enriching our students’ experience of Sixth Form through a vast and varied range of opportunities outside of the classroom.

Sixth Form Co-Curricular Programme