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Sixth Form Enrichment

Beyond developing the skills and knowledge crucial for academic success, TKA’s Sixth Form ethos is rooted in the belief that Post-16 education should be the most exciting point in a student’s school career.

We want our students to have the confidence to challenge and question the world around them, and believe that providing opportunities to learn and thrive beyond the classroom is vital to this.


All Sixth Form, students will be able to choose from a termly menu of enrichment options to take part in on Wednesday afternoons. Here are a few examples of what our students get up to:

Volunteering at our local primary school

Competitive Basketball

Arts and Crafts independent project work

Extended Project Qualification

Sixth Form Digital Magazine

British Sign Language

Climbing at White Spider Climbing Centre

Gold Duke of Edinburgh

Competitive Football


Water Sports

University Maths Preparation


Competitive Netball

UCAS Academic Reading Programme

Extra-Curricular Trips and Visits

The Kingston Academy also places great value on the contribution trips and visits can make in broadening horizons and perspectives. Students will  have access to a range of subject specific trips both within London and beyond. As part of our careers and support for students beyond the Sixth Form, a number of University trips will be organised, ensuring that students are fully educated about the wide range of possibilities for their next steps.

Recent subject related trips undertaken by Sixth Form Students:

  • University of Surrey & UCAS Fair

  • Athens (Philosophy A Level)

  • Royal Courts of Justice (Sociology A Level)

  • Bethlem Museum of the Mind (Psychology A Level)

  • The National Archives (History A Level)

  • The Houses of Parliament (Politics & History A Level)

  • The National Theatre - Othello (English Lit A Level)

  • NEA Independent Project visits (Geography A Level)

  • Ecology & Biodiversity Field Trip (Biology A Level)

  • Kingston University Library (EPQ)