The Sixth Form at Streatham & Clapham High School is one of the most distinguished, innovative and exciting educational options available to bright young women in London. SCHS Sixth Formoccupies an RIBA award-winning facility with breath-taking views adjacent to Tooting Bec Common in the heart of one of the city’s most vibrant neighbourhoods. Lead by SCHS Assistant HeadMistress, Mrs Sophia Potter, the SCHS sixth-form programme has been painstakingly crafted to meet the needs of diverse young women and to support their ambitions to live rich lives in the 21st century.
Delivering a stimulating academic curriculum as well as a range of enrichment, well-being, adventure, careers and higher education opportunities, SCHS Sixth Form is entirely tailored to empower each happy and successful individual to be her true self. SCHS is part of the Girls’ Day School Trust family, which is at the forefront of girls’ education globally.
Who is it for?
SCHS sixth-form teachers are specialists in developing girls whose intellectual curiosity, authenticity and friendliness set them apart. Whether you’re a parent or a prospective student, come and see our facilities, meet our team and discover the difference we make. SCHS is committed to diversity and inclusion and offers a range of bursaries and scholarships.
Learn about the vision of the SCHS Sixth Form and why its distinct ‘whole girl’ approach not only leads to outstanding university admissions but also, more importantly, provides an enriching experience which creates a self-belief that lasts a lifetime. A-Level options are discussed in detail; our distinct bespoke support in considering curricular options as well as co-curricular, career development, networking, university admissions, community and well-being opportunities is part of our holistic approach. There will also be the opportunity to hear about our exciting sixth-form expedition to Cambodia in summer 2020.
How does it work?
Following a tour of the facilities given by a current student, the Assistant Head Mistress, Mrs Sophia Potter, and the Head Master of SCHS, Dr Millan Sachania will give an overview of the sixth-form programme, with a Q&A and an informal opportunity to mingle and ask questions. You will also have the opportunity to meet Head of Departments to discuss A-level options and pathways. By considering the complete sixth-form experience, you will be able to explore what A-Level options you may wish to consider and how your learning and life experience will be complemented and enhanced by the co-curricular, pastoral and careers and admissions teams.