Trips & Societies
At RSFC we have lots of activities which you can get involved in beyond your A level studies! These are a great way to make new friends and allow you to develop important employability and essential life skills.
You will have the opportunity to take part in an exciting range of academic excursions and activities. With every subject area committed to offering at least one trip during the two-year period of study, you will have a variety of opportunities to gain experience beyond the classroom.
- Ski trip to Austria
- Disneyland Paris
- CERN Institute, Geneva
- Sigmund Freud’s house, London
- Alton Towers
- Chester Zoo
We also have several clubs and societies for you to get involved in, from fundraising for a range of national and local charities to Book group and the LGBTQ+ Society.
Phones down, friends in. Bring your friends to learn some fast action, fun games to play in your spare time.
Enjoy reading? Discuss your favourite books and find some new books to read with some likeminded people.
Rambling On… - RSFC Walking Group
Walking is the perfect exercise - we do it every day and it’s good for us!
Being active can make us healthier and happier. When we go for a walk, our brain releases chemicals that make us feel good. The mental health charity, Mind, recommends ‘ecotherapy’ (outdoor physical activity) as a clinically valid treatment for mental health issues as it improves mood, self-esteem and sleep quality and can reduce stress, anxiety and fatigue.
Walking as part of a group is also a great way to meet new people, make friends and develop a supportive network. You’ll also discover new walks and interesting places in and around your local area.
Come along and try your hand at different crafts, including yarn craft (crochet and knitting if they bring their own needles) and jewellery making with wire and semi-precious beads.
Come along to discuss LGBTQ+ issues in college and the local community. The society will plan an event for Rochdale in Rainbows.