E+ is an integral part of the student experience at LSFC, offering fun and exciting opportunities for students outside of their academic programme.
E+ activities provide a great way to relax, build friendships, develop your skills, and enhance your personal development.
Luton Sixth Form College offers a huge range of opportunities to get involved with activities outside of your main courses, including sport clubs and societies, interest groups, super-curricular activities and opportunities to gain valuable work experience. We deliver over 25,000 hours of enrichment opportunities every year. Taking part in such activities equips you with a broad range of transferrable skills which will prepare you for life after College and make your CV and personal statement look great.
For example, taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award will equip you with skills such as problem solving, perseverance and ability to work as part of a team. Picking up a beginners’ language (in Latin, Arabic, Japanese, Italian or Spanish) will demonstrate your academic curiosity. Joining one of our sports teams will grow your communication and leadership skills. And taking part in one of our many work placement and volunteering schemes will provide you with those all-important experiences that will set you apart from others in a work or university interview.
Take a look at the opportunities listed below and get involved.
These would include the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (at Bronze, Silver and Gold); knitting club; British Sign Language; Peer mentoring; Chess Club; Debating Society; LGBTQ+ group; Salam Group; Student Newspaper; Anime and Manga club; Black History Month; Reading Challenge. We might also include the First Aid (CPR) initiative that over 1000 students are following.
Men’s 1st and 2nd team football; netball; basketball; cricket.
Gym / fitness studio (including women only sessions); badminton; table tennis; mixed basketball; volleyball; archery; women only basketball; mixed basketball; women only cricket; mixed cricket.
Music and performance
The Christmas show; Shakespeare performances; the unplugged events.
Curriculum based enrichment
72-hour film festival; ICT animation day; linguistic Olympiad; poetry / short story competitions; beginner’s languages (Latin, Arabic, Italian, Japanese); UKMT Senior Maths challenge; Maths Olympiad for girls; Cambridge Chemistry challenge; the Brain Day (Psychology and Biology).
British Heart Foundation; Luton and Dunstable Hospital, Malawi.
Find out more
If you are a current student and want to learn about our current and upcoming enrichment activities, log onto @Source and navigate to ‘E+’.