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The Laurels School, Clapham is in The Telegraph’s List of Top Best Small Independent Schools in the UK.

The Laurels School in Clapham was delighted and proud to be featured in The Telegraph’s article about the best independent schools in the UK, and was ranked as one of the best small independent schools in the country, based on their recent GCSE results.

Mrs Linda Sanders, Headmistress said, “We really delighted with this news, I would also like to mention one of our pupils who achieved an astonishing twelve 9s or A* across the board. When we consider that the majority of the other listed schools are selective, we begin to see how significant that achievement is. Without doubt, these are the fruits of the unique education The Laurels provides: parents and school working closely together with openness and transparency in a culture based on virtue ethics and Christian values where each child is striving to be the best they can be.”

Photo Credit: Mike Austen
Photo Credit: Mike Austen
Open Days

 

Wednesday 13th September, 10am-12pm

Thursday 21st September, 10am-12pm           

Thursday 21st September, 6pm-8pm  

Saturday 14th October, 10am-12pm  

 

Telephone 020 8674 7229

Website: www.thelaurelsschool.org.uk

Email: office@thelaurelsschool.org.uk

The Laurels School Clapham is Commended at Model United Nations Conference

On Saturday 13th January, 2 delegations from The Laurels School in Clapham, representing Japan and France, went to the inaugural Guildford High School Model United Nations Conference. The event featured 22 delegations from several independent schools spread over 5 committees.

Model United Nations (MUN) is a simulation activity where students learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the workings of the United Nations. It involves participants researching current world issues and debating them in a forum with students from other schools. It is wonderful training for the politicians and policy makers of the future.  This is the first year that The Laurels has run the Model UN club in school and pupils have developed enormously since September in both their debating and their critical thinking skills.

One year 10 pupil commented, "I love taking part in the Model UN - it has made me think about how decisions can impact on a global scale and I've learned so much about the world that I didn't know before.”

The girls greatly enjoyed the debates on the day which ranged from the Rohinghya Crisis in Myanmar to the issues of Nuclear Disarmament and the impact of Social Media on the world stage.  Headmistress, Mrs Linda Sanders said. “We were delighted to be awarded the overall award for Outstanding Delegation and special congratulations goes to our pupils who represented the school so well at the Model United Nations Conference, we are very proud of them all.”

The Laurels School, Clapham is in The Telegraph’s List of Top Best Small Independent Schools in the UK.

The Laurels School in Clapham was delighted and proud to be featured in The Telegraph’s article about the best independent schools in the UK, and was ranked as one of the best small independent schools in the country, based on their recent GCSE results.

Mrs Linda Sanders, Headmistress said, “We really delighted with this news, I would also like to mention one of our pupils who achieved an astonishing twelve 9s or A* across the board. When we consider that the majority of the other listed schools are selective, we begin to see how significant that achievement is. Without doubt, these are the fruits of the unique education The Laurels provides: parents and school working closely together with openness and transparency in a culture based on virtue ethics and Christian values where each child is striving to be the best they can be.”

Photo Credit: Mike Austen
Photo Credit: Mike Austen
The Laurels School Clapham is Commended at Model United Nations Conference

On Saturday 13th January, 2 delegations from The Laurels School in Clapham, representing Japan and France, went to the inaugural Guildford High School Model United Nations Conference. The event featured 22 delegations from several independent schools spread over 5 committees.

Model United Nations (MUN) is a simulation activity where students learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the workings of the United Nations. It involves participants researching current world issues and debating them in a forum with students from other schools. It is wonderful training for the politicians and policy makers of the future.  This is the first year that The Laurels has run the Model UN club in school and pupils have developed enormously since September in both their debating and their critical thinking skills.

One year 10 pupil commented, "I love taking part in the Model UN - it has made me think about how decisions can impact on a global scale and I've learned so much about the world that I didn't know before.”

The girls greatly enjoyed the debates on the day which ranged from the Rohinghya Crisis in Myanmar to the issues of Nuclear Disarmament and the impact of Social Media on the world stage.  Headmistress, Mrs Linda Sanders said. “We were delighted to be awarded the overall award for Outstanding Delegation and special congratulations goes to our pupils who represented the school so well at the Model United Nations Conference, we are very proud of them all.”

Open Days

 

Wednesday 13th September, 10am-12pm

Thursday 21st September, 10am-12pm           

Thursday 21st September, 6pm-8pm  

Saturday 14th October, 10am-12pm  

 

Telephone 020 8674 7229

Website: www.thelaurelsschool.org.uk

Email: office@thelaurelsschool.org.uk

The Laurels School, Clapham is in The Telegraph’s List of Top Best Small Independent Schools in the UK.

The Laurels School in Clapham was delighted and proud to be featured in The Telegraph’s article about the best independent schools in the UK, and was ranked as one of the best small independent schools in the country, based on their recent GCSE results.

Mrs Linda Sanders, Headmistress said, “We really delighted with this news, I would also like to mention one of our pupils who achieved an astonishing twelve 9s or A* across the board. When we consider that the majority of the other listed schools are selective, we begin to see how significant that achievement is. Without doubt, these are the fruits of the unique education The Laurels provides: parents and school working closely together with openness and transparency in a culture based on virtue ethics and Christian values where each child is striving to be the best they can be.”

Photo Credit: Mike Austen
Photo Credit: Mike Austen
Open Days

 

Wednesday 13th September, 10am-12pm

Thursday 21st September, 10am-12pm           

Thursday 21st September, 6pm-8pm  

Saturday 14th October, 10am-12pm  

 

Telephone 020 8674 7229

Website: www.thelaurelsschool.org.uk

Email: office@thelaurelsschool.org.uk

The Laurels School Clapham is Commended at Model United Nations Conference

On Saturday 13th January, 2 delegations from The Laurels School in Clapham, representing Japan and France, went to the inaugural Guildford High School Model United Nations Conference. The event featured 22 delegations from several independent schools spread over 5 committees.

Model United Nations (MUN) is a simulation activity where students learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the workings of the United Nations. It involves participants researching current world issues and debating them in a forum with students from other schools. It is wonderful training for the politicians and policy makers of the future.  This is the first year that The Laurels has run the Model UN club in school and pupils have developed enormously since September in both their debating and their critical thinking skills.

One year 10 pupil commented, "I love taking part in the Model UN - it has made me think about how decisions can impact on a global scale and I've learned so much about the world that I didn't know before.”

The girls greatly enjoyed the debates on the day which ranged from the Rohinghya Crisis in Myanmar to the issues of Nuclear Disarmament and the impact of Social Media on the world stage.  Headmistress, Mrs Linda Sanders said. “We were delighted to be awarded the overall award for Outstanding Delegation and special congratulations goes to our pupils who represented the school so well at the Model United Nations Conference, we are very proud of them all.”