The Thomas Hardye Sixth Form has a vibrant and diverse enrichment programme which challenges students to learn and develop new skills outside the classroom. Students make new friendship groups, experience considerable responsibility, demonstrate leadership and work as vital members of a team in the wealth of extra-curricular clubs and societies our sixth form has to offer. All of these opportunities prepare our young people for the adult world, building confidence and broadened their educational provision. Students who are part of the Model UN were able to compete with other schools at the annual conference in Oxford and students working on the Lyme Disease Action project presented their findings at Cambridge University. In addition to these highly successful extra-curricular groups, there music groups, sporting teams, debating club, the Duke of Edinburgh award, mentoring throughout the school, Japanese and Russian language classes, drama societies, a programme of STEM groups and various student initiated charity events all throughout the year.