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.
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.
The group is open to all students, and aims to support those who have been bereaved of a significant person, offering appropriate support and information.
We all grieve differently – in our own way and at our own pace. With the correct support and information, it is possible to move forward and manage life.
You are not on your own, even if it feels that way at times. The group is not formal and it will develop with you. Come and have a chat, share your story or just listen and support others.
Brock Running Club
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.
Brock Studio Sessions
Brock Studio Sessions brings musicians together for song writing and recording.
The aim of the enrichment group as a whole is to write and record an album, and play it live at the end of the year.
You will meet other like minded musicians and or produce solo work.
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.
Cheerleading is a fun and energetic sport which incorporates aspects of tumbling, dance, jumps, arm motions and stunts.
Cheerleading is all about working as a team and builds self-confidence.
A fun and friendly group. We pray and study the Bible together, ask questions about God, play games and eat food!
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.
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.
Develop a sense of community spirit, gain experience and benefit your UCAS application. You will learn interpersonal skills, team working, commitment and self-motivation by working within the community.
These opportunities are not limited to volunteering in the local community; you may be able to become involved in international opportunities.
You will gain guidance on how to search for volunteering opportunities and how to use these to reflect on your progress.
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.
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.
We want you to debate in a fun and confident environment where you can build confidence and skills at your own pace. Choose your own topics for debate and form teams in order to prepare for each weekly debate.
Choose to speak or choose to watch and vote at the end of a debate on which side was the most persuasive. Either way, we ask you to be reliable and hopefully enjoy the experience.
This enrichment is helpful to any student who writes essays and needs to learn how to argue and support a point of view. There may be opportunities to visit other colleges for debates if the group decides to prepare for it.
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!
Duke of Edinburgh Award
The Duke of Edinburgh Award is a multi-discipline activity which runs at 3 levels (Bronze, Silver and Gold).
We can fully support and organise expeditions for Bronze and Silver levels. We can support Gold and put you in contact with a local group to assist with the expedition.
In general we recommend newcomers to the Award to start at Bronze level in their first year. If you have completed Bronze or Silver already then you can enrol at the higher levels.
All levels of the award have common activities, but with different timescales:
Volunteer – undertake a voluntary activity like helping at a local youth organisation or helping the elderly.
Skill – learn a new skill like driving a car or decorating a cake.
Physical – undertake a physical activity like dance, football or cycling.
Expedition – partake in an outdoor expedition carrying everything you need to be self-sufficient camping for 2, 3 or 4 days for Bronze, Silver and Gold levels.
In addition for Gold, there is a ‘Residential Activity’ that you must undertake.
Help will be given in choosing your activities, but they will be up to you to organise, complete and get signed off by someone who has witnessed you undertake the activity.
The expedition will be set up for you and in your team of between 4 and 7 people you will plan your own routes and menus for the duration of the expedition.
When you complete all sections and have had your evidence signed off by your leader, you will achieve a Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
3 Sunday training walks in the New Forest (during the winter/spring)
Practice expedition in New Forest (a full weekend near Easter)
Assessed expedition in New Forest (a full weekend mid-June)
3 Saturday training walks in the New Forest, Purbeck and South Downs
Practice expedition in Purbeck (either the first or last 3 day weekend of the Easter holiday – avoiding the Easter weekend itself)
Assessed expedition in the South Downs (the Whitsun bank holiday weekend in May)
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.