Enrichment

At Itchen, we provide a variety of enrichment opportunities for you during the course of your studies. We believe these enrichment opportunities will allow you meet new people, help build your skills, add to your CV and make your time at Itchen even more enjoyable!

Trips

All of our learning areas will provide you with the chance to go on local, national and even international trips. These trips will tie into your courses, letting you contextualise your learning, enrich your studies and explore brand new destinations. Many of our trips also provide you with a chance to conduct research, putting learning into your hands. 

Student Ambassadors and the Student Voice

We hope that you will want to get fully involved with college life, and you may want to become a Student Ambassador. You will be joining a group of students who will become involved in special events and marketing activities.

You will also be representing the student body by meeting with senior leaders to ensure that the views of students are taken into consideration at every level of college management. It is your college, so the 'student voice' is important to us.

Being a Student Ambassador also gives you the opportunity to become a student governor and represent the student body in an official capacity on our board of governors. 

Clubs and societies

The clubs we run at the college are largely created and run by students and passionate staff, representing the variety of interests we have at the college. They currently include:

  • Bands, music and singing groups
  • Climate Action Group
  • Faith/No Faith group (promoting culture diversity)
  • Sport Academy and team sport 
  • Recreational sport 
  • Duke of Edinburgh
  • Feminism group 
  • LGBTQ+ group
  • Itchen Radio
  • LAMDA drama
  • A range of of enrichment courses and activities linked to faculty areas. 

The college will support all students who want to set up their own club and we welcome all interests. 

Enrichment opportunities are publicised through tutorials, posters around college and on the digiboards.