LAMDA booking NOW LIVE (optional)
| Transport Bookings are live
Places are offered on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Tuesday 15 August
Deadline to register for easy4u devices
Tuesday 5 September
IT Induction Morning: Cancelled
Year 9 girls should bring their devices or collect them from Easy4U on the first day of term Wednesday 6 September and will be allocated time with IT during their form time
Wednesday 6 September
First Full Day of School
Wednesday 13 September
Musical Taster Evening
Friday 29 September
Complete Musical Instrument and/or Singing Tuition Form by this date (Optional)
Saturday 30 September
Senior School Open Morning
Thursday 5 October
SCHS Evening Jazz Festival
This year’s Jazz Festival will be on the evening of October 5th. All girls are welcome to audition to be selected to perform with a professional Jazz Combo (guitar, piano, bass and drums). They can perform an instrumental or vocal piece as a soloist or in a group.
Due to the timing of the event, we will be organising auditions for the U3 (Year 7) girls on the week of 12th and 13th of September at lunchtime. The rest of the school is auditioning in June, ahead of the holidays, but if your daughter is keen to do this, then it would be good for her to prepare something for audition over the holidays. It is likely that she will be put in a small group to perform but she should audition alone and she won’t have to decide who, that will be done by us after the audition process.
Monday 16 – Friday 27 October
At Streatham and Clapham High School we have introduced a digital strategy that facilitates an any-time, any-place approach to learning. Our aim is to embed technology seamlessly in the learning experience; fostering independence, creativity and digital collaboration between pupils and staff.
We operate a one-to-one device policy, and each student must bring a Windows laptop with a touchscreen and stylus to school each day.
We have developed a comprehensive set of guidelines and procedures to help ensure that your daughter is using her device in an appropriate and responsible manner. We will also provide training and support to help her use her laptop effectively and safely.
We are also running an optional Digital Device Scheme which allows parents to rent or purchase a Dell device through our partner, Easy4U (Class Technology Solutions), including a device full hardware service and accident damage cover.
What To Buy
The device must meet the following as a minimum in terms of functionality.
|Touch Screen of 11 Inches or greater
|Detachable or flip screen to enable flat writing using a stylus
|Minimum 8GB RAM
|10 hours or more on one charge. Please note there are charging cabinets in school should the need arise to charge during the school day
|A camera for video and still image processing
|The ability to play and record audio
|Small in-ear headphones
|Microsoft Office (O365) is provided free of charge via the school
We understand that parents value flexibility, which is why Easy4U have two options available.
Option 1: Rent
With the rental option, parents are required to pay a deposit equivalent to the first four months of rental, followed by monthly rental fees. At the end of the agreement, our dedicated customer service team will reach out to the parents to discuss whether they would like to keep the device or return it. If you decide to keep the device, we consider the deposit as the final payment. If you choose to return the device, we will assess it for fair wear and tear, and upon receiving it back, we will refund the deposit to you.
Option 2: Purchase
With the purchase option, parents can fully own the device. The cost of the device cannot be spread over time. You will still benefit from all the Easy4u advantages, including hardware service and support.
To read information on recommended devices, please click the link below
To access device specification and costings please visit http://www.easy4u.school/order and enter password SCH2023
In addition to our extensive enrichment programme Kinza, and co-curricular clubs and societies, girls also have the option of taking part in further music tuition and dramatic performance lessons (LAMDA).
Initial Trials and Clubs for September
As you plan ahead for September, we hope it is helpful to outline the trials and clubs that will be available outside of school hours.
Musical Instrument and/or Singing TuitionWe are delighted to offer pupils the opportunity to learn a musical instrument or take singing lessons. Lessons are delivered by a team of visiting teachers. Pupils follow a structured course in technique and repertoire developing their confidence as performers. Learning an instrument or taking singing lessons brings with it a host of additional benefits, including the development of self-esteem, communication skills, co-ordination skills and self-discipline. Participation in co-curricular music encourages the development of social awareness, team building and leadership skills as well as offering opportunities for visiting new places and meeting new people. If you would like your daughter to take instrumental/singing lessons at school, please complete the form by Friday 29 September via the link below. The following options are available:
Click here to read information about lessons and the terms & conditions.Complete Form
LAMDASign up is now open30-minute lessons run though the school day on a rolling timetable (the rolling timetable avoids students missing the same lesson each week).Over two and a half terms, tutorials will explore all areas of drama, presentation and performance whilst working towards entering students for LAMDA exams, which will take place midway through the summer term.Students can choose Acting Exams or Public speaking Exams.
(Grades/ exam options advised by teacher)The Yearly LAMDA tuition fee £395 is billed in September 2023 and covers the full 25 sessions.Exam fee £40-80 ( per student ) will be billed directly by school in the summer term.
Places are allocated on a first come, first served basis. Act operate an a waiting list system. You will be sent an email confirming your daughter’s place which will include an invoice for the yearly fee of £395. Please contact the LAMDA team if you wish to discuss a payment plan.
|Tuesdays 4-5pm – for anyone Grade 1+ and for more jazzy instruments
|Wednesdays 4-5pm – for all players that have taken Grade 4
|Thursdays 1.30-2pm – for anyone that fancies it
|Thursday 4-5pm – for all KS3 – non-audition choir
|Friday Lunchtime 1.15 – 1.55 pm
First Day of School
Click here to view the checklist for your daughter’s first day of school.
Please note, we will be having a Uniform Fitting Pop-Up Shop at SCHS on Wednesday 12 July. Click here to book your fitting.
Girls will be provided with a Homework Planner on arrival at SCHS.
Writing & Drawing
|Download our House Booklet
|Download our SCHS Senior Guidebook
FRIENDS is the parent-led and run community for socialising with other SCHS parents and getting involved more widely with certain events and fundraising.
Friends of SCHS Summer Fair & Pre-loved Uniform Sale
Time: 1 – 4 pm
Entry £2.50 on gate / U18 free
Location: SCHS, 42 Abbotswood Road, SW16 1AW
All Friends information and events will communicated via Classlist.com (a peer-to-peer platform that the FRIENDS run directly with other parents). Details of how to join class list can be found on the FRIENDS web page.
Our dedicated school Transport Manager, Mr Selwyn Marshall, works hard every year to plan new routes which accommodate and suit the needs of current pupils and new joiners.
Vectare (www.vectare.co.uk), our bookings management team, will help you to book your transport requirements.
For more information and to view our current routes, please click here.