Enrichment Programme

Our Enrichment programme gives you a great opportunity to try something new alongside your main studies.

Whether you want to join a club for fun, or gain another qualification to support your UCAS entry, we have many Enrichment options to choose from.

Enrichment is a social part of College life where you will be able to make new friends as well as learn a new skill or a hobby.

We encourage you to participate in at least one Enrichment option during your time at Brock.

Enrichment options

Adobe Graphics

This is an enrichment that pulls together Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere and After Effects to create a single professional video sequence that uses the power of each programme to create an industry standard production.

Each week you will be introduced to a single new skill from one of the programmes that will build on the final sequence – allowing for plenty of room and encouragement for you to develop independent practice in between sessions.


This group offers students an opportunity to support and take part in Amnesty initiatives.

This year students have had a guest speakers, run a right for rights campaign, held an ‘Amnestea’ (cake sale to raise funds), discussed many Amnesty campaigns and human rights issues, voted for board members and several are attended the AGM during the Easter holidays, voting for the group on resolutions.


Animation has become an increasingly important media form. Examples can be seen in platforms as different as advertising, feature films, mobile phone content, the internet, television and computer games.

Animation requires people with fresh, exciting ideas for new work, whilst larger companies will need individuals with specialist skills, such as storyboarding and ‘tweening’.

This enrichment aims to develop learners’ skills in the production of 2D and 3D animations using traditional and digital techniques. Learners will work on design, character, setting and narrative whilst also developing production techniques.


Come and gain hands-on experience in how archaeologists discover, analyse and interpret the activities of humans in the past.

It is open to all, whether you have experience of the subject or not – It is an excellent stepping stone between the arts and the sciences and because it is all about human behaviour it will tie in with any of the subjects that you are studying at College.

You will engage in a subject that encompasses logic, science and imagination all embedded in examples of the past.

Artificial Intelligence

This enrichment will give you an introduction to some of the concepts in AI.

You will have an opportunity to build your own neural network using the Python programming language.

We will also look at some of the wider implications of the use of AI in society.

You will get the most out of this if you are doing A level maths and/or computing.


Take part in a life changing opportunity and support our new link projects in Africa

Enhance your CV and UCAS application, build your skills, take part in activities linked to your studies and make a sustainable difference to children’s lives.  Participate in fundraising activities to cover the cost of your trip and collect donations for the children to distribute on the trip.

Educational activities for the children at the projects include: – lessons in reading, spelling, maths, science, games, sports, music, feeding programme, welfare, guidance, basic health and medical for age range from nursery to teenage (3 -16 years)

Trip includes cultural and environmental experiences, a Safari adventure and an Elephant Sanctuary visit.

Brock Studio Sessions


3D Art & Design

If you would like to have fun learning how to make your own 3D Sculpture, this enrichment will introduce you to a variety of techniques.

You will gain a good understanding of the 3D design process, including developing your idea and the processes involved in order to produce the finished item.

Christian Union

A fun and friendly group.  We pray and study the Bible together, ask questions about God, play games and eat food!

Classical Production

This academic year’s Classical production is Shakespeare’s Macbeth.

You will have the opportunity to audition and join the cast of what will become a piece of touring classical theatre, performing at schools within the local area.

College Newspaper/Magazine

If you are a budding journalist please come along and share your knowledge and enthusiasm.

All students can get involved and get their voice heard.

If you are looking to go forward into journalism, media or the arts, then this is a great way to gain experience.

Colouring for Calm

Close up of colouring pencilsAn opportunity to chill out, take time and find yourself some space for calm.

Run by our emotional well being staff members, this is a great enrichment to break away from the business of day to day life and practise mindful colouring.

Comic Book Café

This is a great session to meet like minded comic fans.

Meeting every week to chat through everything comic book characters, manga anime, pop culture, sci-fi and superhero!

If students would like, you can even learn the skills to develop your own comics!


Figurines singing in a choirCome and be part of a fun and dynamic choir singing a range of songs from contemporary music, musicals, acapella and more.

Suitable for singers of all levels.

A chance to enjoy being part of a singing group; to perform with others or simply dip your feet into the world of music for an hour a week for enjoyment.

Creative Writing

If you love to write or would just like to try your hand at writing, then come along. You will be introduced to a variety of techniques and styles which you can try out for yourself.

Budding novelists, poets, scriptwriters, and journalists will have the opportunity to bring work along to share with like-minded others and get useful feedback and tips for improvement.

Throughout the year there will be competitions to enter, internal and external to the college.


Learn why implementing effective cyber security measures is particularly challenging today, as there are more devices than people, and attackers are becoming more innovative`

Dance Company

Dance Company is an auditioned company and practises and rehearses for a range of dance performances.

Past performances have been at Winchester University, Brock open events, and at The Pavilion in Bournemouth.

Driving Theory

A great opportunity to learn all you need for your driving theory test, taking part in group quizzes, theory sessions and watching supportive videos.

This enrichment gives you the help you will need to pass first time!

Film Club

Come and explore your favorite films.

Find out about different genres and styles of cinematography.

This is for anyone who has an interest in films.

Fitness Class

Close up of running shoesThe Brock fitness class is a great opportunity to get fit, have fun and meet new people whatever your fitness level.

Every week will be a different style of exercise responding to the students attending – come and have fun!


Come and have fun learning a variety of performance skills that will help you develop yourself as an all round performer, including straight/comedic acting including improvisation techniques, stage fighting, basic movement to music and audition techniques.

Throughout the course you will be developing pieces of script either as a monologue or a duologue, focusing on vocal skills, characterisation and direction.


Life Drawing

Over the History of Art, mankind has been fascinated by the visual recording of the human form.

This enrichment is valuable  for any Art & Design, Photography, Multimedia, Animation or creative student wishing to study the human form through Drawing and Mixed Media.

Dedicated and professional tutoring will be provided in the approach to drawing, studying proportion, form, anatomy, and the creative experimental approaches to a variety of media and mark making.


The LGBTQ+ is a safe space to meet new friends, chat and receive support if you would like.

Every year the LGBTQ run diferent events and make new things happen for example the LGBTQ tea party and the introduction of unisex toilets.


The Media enrichment will develop and support your skills and studies of media and film.

It will involve theoretical practice in the subject and introduce a range of practical outcomes, including scriptwriting, filming, editing and sound production.

Medical Matters

Enrichment courses are undertaken alongside your main studies and provide a great opportunity to learn new skills, develop existing talents and gain another qualification to support your UCAS entry and enhance your CV.

Music Ensemble

This enrichment is designed for all instrumentalists and the course content is developed around genres which suit the instruments played.

Historically we have had a string quartet, brass ensemble and wind band with percussion exploring classical music to jazz.

Throughout the year you will be performing in the Performing Arts Academy Showcase and as part of the Open Mic Enrichment.

Musical Production

This years exciting Musical College Production is ‘Return to the Forbidden Planet’, a vibrant upbeat fun musical set in space.

Where Shakespeare meets Star Trek meets B Movie meets Rock and Roll Audition to be part of this production as a Performer and / or as part of the Show band!

Music Theory

If you want to improve your music reading skills or knowledge of how pieces are composed, Music Theory will be a useful enrichment for you.

It’s a great way to build your theory knowledge as a musician or music technician.

Beginners to Grade 8 welcome!

The opportunity to take ABRSM grades in Music Theory is available, but not compulsory.


Develop visual and technical skills in photography so that you can express yourself with originality and creative flair. Learn basic photography techniques, composition skills and  how to implement them into your own image taking.

Skills covered during enrichment photography:

-Visual skills and visual application.
-The use of professional industry software (Photoshop).
-Photographic techniques.
-Exposure, lighting a photographic image.
-Camera controls to support visual creativity.
-Basic alternative techniques.

Podcasting, Radio and Broadcasting

Dreaming of a career in radio, always wanted to host your own podcast or radio show?

Join our new enrichment and learn exciting broadcasting skills. Learn the ins and outs of presenting, producing and marketing all from your own home.

Weekly sessions with our tutor will have you up and running in no time. *You must own a microphone and interface to enrol on this enrichment*

Politics For All

What are the qualities that make a good Prime
Minister? Who has more power Parliament or PM?

What is the point of an election?

Using UK current examples we will delve into these controversial topics. An appetite for current affairs is a must!

Programming 101

Programming #101: Learn the 5 Basic Concepts of Programming.


Graphic of man screamingPsychology is the scientific study of the human mind that helps us understand the world in which we live.

If you would like to explore the deepest recesses of the human psyche (and the not so deep), come and join the Psychology Enrichment.


A fantastic opportunity to develop your science, engineering and teamwork skills by designing, building and programming a fully autonomous robot.

It’s open to all students whatever subjects you are taking.

The robot will compete against other robots from schools and colleges across the UK and Europe in an exhilarating and gruelling two day competition.

The whole thing is organised by Southampton University undergraduates who will provide assistance and support throughout the six months of the design and development stage.

The robot is built and tested in the workshop here at Brockenhurst College with extra help available at the ‘Tech Days’ held at Southampton University.

In the past four years teams from Brockenhurst College have managed one 2nd place and one 3rd place. If you think you’ve got what it takes – then rise to the challenge and perhaps we can win it this year!

This activity is very good for UCAS and job or apprenticeship applications. Especially if you are going into a science or engineering field. It shows that you have the ability and commitment to work as part of a team on a large project.

Student Union

The Students Union is a group of students who represent all the students in the college, they help run events, raise money for charity and find out what you as students want.


Leaf on top of woodNow, more than ever we are so very aware of the impact we are having on our environment.

This enrichment is run by our SU president teamed up with staff trained specifically in sustainability.

This group’s goal is to bring about positive change!

Technical Theatre

Stage with spotlightsThis Enrichment offers you the opportunity to gain training across technical theatre, learning hands on how to programme and operate lights, operate sound equipment and much more.

Through this enrichment you can apply to become part of the production team on college productions alongside our A Level Production Arts students.


Develop skills in textiles so that you can express yourself with originality and creative flair.

Learn basic creative textile techniques, in a practical workshop environment.

Skills covered during enrichment textiles:

  • The use of sewing machine to produce creative work
  • Fabric Manipulation
  • Feltmaking
  • Weaving
  • Printing and Dyeing


Yoga is a great way to improve balance, coordination, flexibility and core strength.  It is also very good for releasing tension and stress.

The class includes a warm up, a variety of yoga postures, stretches and sequences, a cool down and relaxation session.

The class is suitable for beginners and those with some previous experience as you will be able to work at your own level.

Please wear comfortable clothing that you can move in easily.