What makes SCHS so special is the lifelong connection between current pupils and alumnae and we aim to give you every opportunity to maintain your link with the School and each other.
From the moment you become a pupil at SCHS you are part of an inspiring network of fearless women who are passionate about supporting each other.
Your alumnae network is an active community and we offer you event invitations, dedicated reunions, regular news updates and networking and volunteering opportunities. Furthermore, you are a part of the unique GDST Alumnae Network of over 70,000 women in the UK and around the world.
Our alumnae are invited to a wide variety of events including guest lectures, panel discussions, annual reunions and school shows and concerts. You are also welcome to participate in educational, informative and enjoyable activities hosted by the GDST, through which you can network with many of the 70,000 alumnae that make up the GDST family.
To ensure you don’t miss out on any events at SCHS or across the GDST, make sure we have your email address so we can send you more details.
View a selection of images and video from previous alumnae events.
Tuesday 8 March 2022 – International Women’s Day 2022
Thursday 4 November 2021 – In Conversation with… Professor Nicola Rollock
Monday 22 March 2021 – ‘If we build together, they will come’ Diversity in Architecture & Design: A talk by Elsie Owusu OBE
Monday 8 March 2021 – International Women’s Day: How to succeed as a woman of colour in a man’s world
Monday 18 January 2021 – In Conversation with Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP
Saturday 3 October 2020 – Tea with the Moshiris
Thursday 5 March 2020 – International Women’s Day
Saturday 6 July 2019 – A Wavertree Wander
If you haven’t heard from us by post or email in a while, we may not have your contact details or you need to Register with the Alumnae Network.
We are so proud of our alumnae and their myriad achievements. We are also incredibly grateful that so many of you choose to support future generations of SCHS women by sharing your wisdom and experiences with them.
There are a range of opportunities for you to get involved in, from online mentoring to giving a keynote speech:
Welcoming talented and academically gifted girls from all backgrounds to Streatham & Clapham High School is integral to our vision and ethos.
We know that education has the power to transform lives and that is why we are passionate about offering financial assistance, in the form of bursaries, to girls whose families lack the means to pay tuition fees. We know that our bursaries offer accessibility, ensure that our classrooms reflect the diversity of the wonderful city in which we live, and are critical to the future success of all our pupils, and the wider world.
A world-changing impact
By enriching our classrooms with pupils from a range of backgrounds, with diverse perspectives, we foster new approaches to problem solving and encourage all our girls to question, challenge and debate. Every bursary we offer creates an opportunity not just for the individual pupil, but for their family, their community, and the networks that they will create in the future. A single bursary place can change the world!
Make a change
Every day we coax the very best from our girls, empowering them to identify, broaden and develop their talents. Providing bursaries is an essential aspect of our educational mission and we need your support to ensure more girls can access the opportunities we provide. You can change the world today by supporting our Bursary Fund.
Education should be about giving opportunities to those who will seize them and flourish
Sharon Pontin (SCHS 1992)
Sharon, a school nurse at Royal Grammar School Guildford, received financial assistance when she gained a place at SCHS. Read her story to find out why bursaries transform lives.
If you would like to speak to someone about giving to Streatham & Clapham High School, contact the alumnae team on
Tel: +44 (0)20 3123 9138