Example programme: September - June
Here are just some of the activities you can take part in during your study at The Sheffield College:
- International parties e.g. welcome events, Christmas, end-of-term and end-of-year celebrations
- Trips to other UK cities such as York, Liverpool, Manchester, London, Oxford and towns around the UK's coastline
- Visit historic places of interest e.g. Chatsworth House and Gardens, Sheffield Town Hall, Bosworth Castle
- Trips to local art galleries and museums
- Visits to places of natural beauty such as Bakewell, Castleton, Matlock, Sheffield Parks/Botanical Gardens, The Peak District
- Experience local theatre, cinema trips, music events and festivals
- Trips to funfairs and theme parks
- Social outings such as bowling, eating at local restaurants, walking in the countryside
- Sports and leisure activities such as ice-skating, indoor rock climbing, attending large sporting events like football games
Our summer programme varies from year to year and is dependant on students' needs and demands. Previous summer programmes have included classes in the mornings, with activities outside of college so that students can discover what Sheffield and the surrounding area has to offer.
Previous years' activities have included:
- Taking part in games (football, badminton etc.)
- Picnics in local parks
- Discovering Sheffield's culture and history by visiting local museums and galleries
We also organise day trips to Castleton (in the Peak District), Burbage and Longshaw, as well as other social activities such as bowling or trips to the cinema.
Please note: students will be asked to pay for a small fee (generally between £5 - £25 depending on the activity) for any transport costs or entrance fees included in the visit.