• As a school our pupils went on 94 Educational Visits last academic year
  • Every Key Stage 3 pupil visited Suntrap Outdoor Adventure Centre (now known as Hive)
  • In Year 10 we had our highest amount of pupils participate in the Duke of Edinburgh Programme (40)
  • As a school we had multiple trips abroad
  • Every pupil in KS 3 travelled into London
  • As a school we had multiple trips to the theatre, art galleries and other exciting venues which increased their cultural capital throughout the school year.

Aims of Policy

  • To ensure that pupils continue to develop their full potential irrespective of their race, gender, culture, religion or ability
  • To provide all pupils with activities both in and out of the classroom
  • Cultural Enrichment
  • Music / Art & Drama
  • Physical Enrichment
  • Physical Education
  • Intellectual Enrichment
  • Languages & Science
  • Community Enrichment
  • Work Experience, Trips / Educational Visits
  • Pupils participation is monitored by HODs and HOYs using our centralised tracking spreadsheet

Our Values

We believe in a holistic approach to education which goes beyond the National Curriculum offer, every pupil is encouraged to participate in the Enrichment Programme.
This belief is based on the education of the whole child so that when a pupil leaves Frederick Bremer they do so as a rounded individual, who has developed a range of skills and abilities.


To broaden the educational experience of all pupils. Please click on the links to view the our CalendarNews & Events  and What has been happening at Bremer sections.