Enrichment through Kinza.
‘Kinza’ — an Arabic term meaning ‘hidden treasure’.
Streatham & Clapham High School’s ‘Kinza’ programme is one of the most exciting features of our curriculum and exemplifies our commitment to ‘fearless learning’.
Through the weekly Kinza sessions, each pupil has the opportunity to explore various types of subject enrichment freely, with no examination pressure at the end, all the while enjoying the process of learning and developing new skills. Each Kinza course reflects the personal interests and expertise of the teaching staff.
In Upper Third, our pupils rotate around a carousel of courses, designed to build teamwork, to provide academic stretch and challenge and an opportunity to collaborate with pupils, not in their classes or house.
In Lower Fourth to Upper Fifth, each pupil participates in several different activities that she has selected, giving her the opportunity to be bold and try out a variety of new activities, collaborating with younger and older peers and teachers. The subjects on offer provide a wide spectrum of choice for each SCHS pupil and cover an extremely broad range of activities.
The Kinza programme is a salient feature of an SCHS education.
We aim enable every girl to achieve beyond the bounds of expectation on a daily basis, across the spectrum of endeavour. That’s why all of our enrichment options aim to inspire, nourish and develop each girl’s skills, experiences and imagination. Explore our other enrichment options below.
Upper Third Kinza
Further details: see Mr Spooner
Lower Fourth-Upper Fifth Kinza
Despite all its advantages, many are afraid of Maths and so shy away from it. This course will dispel those fears and show you, in an easy and friendly way, the beauty of Maths and its usefulness in everyday life, using games, puzzles and quizzes.
Further details: see Mr Chaudery