Duff Miller Sixth Form College holds extracurricular pursuits in high regard for well-rounded, confident and enthusiastic students, so we offer a stimulating programme of clubs, societies and activities throughout the year.
As well as clubs and societies, this leading sixth form college offers subject-related excursions to London’s Natural History Museum, National Portrait Gallery, Science Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, theatres and universities. The range of activities available also includes an annual ski trip.
We recognise the importance of sport, as habits formed during adolescence are crucial to a healthy adult lifestyle. The college football team plays regular fixtures and all A-Level students are encouraged to take advantage of the free use of sports facilities including a swimming pool, squash courts, fitness centre and climbing wall at the adjacent Imperial College London. As in all aspects of college life, input from the students about which sports or activities they would like to pursue is taken into consideration by the staff.
Drama students are taken on outings to both West End shows and fringe productions. They also have the opportunity to put on their own productions over the course of the year and to perform at a theatre. The Duff Miller Debating Club is very popular as it helps students develop public speaking skills that are vital when preparing for presentations and interviews.
The highlight of the social calendar is undoubtedly the black-tie Summer Ball. This annual event held at the conclusion of the summer exams is an opportunity for staff and students to celebrate together. It is organised by the students, for the students and provides a fitting send-off to our graduates. In addition to our clubs and societies we constantly seek opportunities for our students to gain relevant professional experience.