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Habs’ unique Enrichment programme provides girls in the Lower Sixth with opportunities to study subjects not offered in the A level Curriculum. This might be a subject they can later choose to study at university or one which will supplement their A level choices or just something which they are interested in.
Enrichment sessions take place on Mondays periods 3 and 4 and are run jointly with the Boys’ School. Students choose four courses each lasting six weeks from a wide range of options.

The courses on offer vary each year; this year the programme includes the following:

  • An Introduction to Law
  • Psychology
  • Anthropology
  • Sociology
  • Six Modern Thinkers
  • Conflict, War and  Terrorism
  • Apartheid and Post -Apartheid South Africa
  • Existentialism
  • Criminology
  • Medical Ethics
  • Public Health and Epidemiology
  • The Geographies of Healthcare
  • Persuasive Communication
  • Business Enterprise Scheme
  • Computer Science
  • Electronics
  • Geology
  • Cookery Survival Skills
  • Clowning, Mask and Physical Theatre:
  • Film and TV Production
  • Digital Film Making
  • Rada Shakespeare Award
  • Stage combat
  • Victorian Theatre and Music Hall
  • Habs Choral Group
  • History of Art
  • Fine Art - Cows
  • Italian  (IOL certificated)
  • Chinese/Mandarin (IOL certificated)
  • Ancient Greek
  • Arabic
  • Russian
  • Japanese

Guest speakers are also a part of the Enrichment programme and outings to law courts, RADA, theatres and museums may also be incorporated into the sessions.

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