Sports Scholarships | Streatham & Clapham High School
Sports Scholars will be an ambassador for the school`s sporting values and participate in a variety of activities, including training programmes, strength and conditioning sessions, and high-level coaching.
What we expect
Applications will be considered from girls participating in the following core sports: netball, hockey, rowing, gymnastics, athletics.
Other sports will be considered, but a pupil must be at County level or above.
Sports scholar responsibilities
To attend compulsory sessions and bespoke specialist events, as arranged.
To represent the school in sporting events, internally and externally (including Trust events).
To make constructive use of the sporting skills developed.
To take an active role in fixtures, training and House sport, which should take priority over external activities, except in the event of a clash through selection for representative teams at County level or above.
How To Apply — 11+
Candidates must submit a reference from a sports club supporting the application and a reference from their school’s sports department confirming that the applicant is performing at School, Club, County or Regional level in the last two years.
A personal statement of not more than 300 words written by the applicant to include
A list of teams your daughter has represented
A list of Representational honours
Any other relevant information, including times and distances (which may be provided in the box on the application form or attached as a separate document).
Sports scholarship candidates will be invited to a sports assessment on 30 November. Successful candidates will be invited to a second assessment and interview on the 11 January 2022.
The deadline for specialist scholarship applications is Friday 12th November 2021.
Candidates must submit a reference from a sports club supporting the application or a reference from their school’s sports department confirming that the applicant is performing at a County or National competition level within school teams.
Candidates will be invited to a sports assessment, which will be followed by an informal discussion.
A personal statement of not more than 300 words written by the applicant (which may be provided in the box on the application form or attached as a separate document).