OPEN DAYS & NEWS - STREATHAM & CLAPHAM PREP

Open Days
 

OPEN MORNING

Streatham & Clapham Prep School

Wavertree Road, SW2 3SR

Saturday 7th October, 10.00am-12.00 noon

 

 

 

SOME OF OUR SCHOOLS REQUIRE YOU TO BOOK A PLACE AT AN OPEN DAY. PLEASE CHECK SCHOOL WEBSITES FOR DETAILS.
 

A Colourful Performance

In January, Streatham & Clapham Prep welcomed parents, families and friends of the school to its annual Gym & Dance Display. Girls from Reception through to Year 6 took part in a colourful display, performing to musical numbers taken from some of their favourite children's films. The audience enjoyed some very impressive back flips and balancing skills.

Streatham Gymnasts give star performances

March has been a month of successes for gymnasts at Streatham & Clapham High School (SCHS), including triumphs at national level. 

On 1 March, SCHS's Under11 team took first place in the group routine event at the Girls Independent Schools Gymnastics Association finals at Kent College. SCHS's Over14 team was placed second in the group routine and 4th as overall team.  Among the 500 competitors,  8 year-old  Emily Prest, a severe asthmatic, was awarded the 'Against all odds' plate, given in recognition of the individual who had struggled/battled to compete in gymnastics.

On 9 March, SCHS gymnasts competed in the Under9 Surrey Schools at St Catherine's School in Guildford with the team placed first and Emily Prest winning the overall individual first place.  A day later the gymnasts were in action at The Girls' Day School Trust rally at Bromley High School with the Under11 and Under14 teams both taking second place, and Annabelle Prest, aged 10,  gaining first overall individual place and Agnes Jones, aged 12, gaining individual vault first place.

At national level, SCHS gymnasts competed in the British Schools Milano Team Trio finals which took place on 13 & 14 March in Stoke on Trent.  The Under11 and Under16 teams were both placed first for the London region.  The Under16 team gained 2nd place nationally and the Under11 team gained 4th place nationally.

Last week the gymnasts consolidated their position at the forefront of gymnastics at the Surrey Schools Sport Acro competition on 17 March.  The Under11A team, the Under11B team and the Under19A team were all placed first, with the Under19B team placed second.

The gymnasts are now looking forward to the London Schools Sports Acro and Tumbling competition on 25 March.

For more information, please contact Allison Johnson, Marketing Manager, Streatham & Clapham High School (a.johnson@schs.gdst.net) 0203 123 9106

Open Days
 

OPEN MORNING

Streatham & Clapham Prep School

Wavertree Road, SW2 3SR

Saturday 7th October, 10.00am-12.00 noon

 

 

 

SOME OF OUR SCHOOLS REQUIRE YOU TO BOOK A PLACE AT AN OPEN DAY. PLEASE CHECK SCHOOL WEBSITES FOR DETAILS.
 

Streatham Gymnasts give star performances

March has been a month of successes for gymnasts at Streatham & Clapham High School (SCHS), including triumphs at national level. 

On 1 March, SCHS's Under11 team took first place in the group routine event at the Girls Independent Schools Gymnastics Association finals at Kent College. SCHS's Over14 team was placed second in the group routine and 4th as overall team.  Among the 500 competitors,  8 year-old  Emily Prest, a severe asthmatic, was awarded the 'Against all odds' plate, given in recognition of the individual who had struggled/battled to compete in gymnastics.

On 9 March, SCHS gymnasts competed in the Under9 Surrey Schools at St Catherine's School in Guildford with the team placed first and Emily Prest winning the overall individual first place.  A day later the gymnasts were in action at The Girls' Day School Trust rally at Bromley High School with the Under11 and Under14 teams both taking second place, and Annabelle Prest, aged 10,  gaining first overall individual place and Agnes Jones, aged 12, gaining individual vault first place.

At national level, SCHS gymnasts competed in the British Schools Milano Team Trio finals which took place on 13 & 14 March in Stoke on Trent.  The Under11 and Under16 teams were both placed first for the London region.  The Under16 team gained 2nd place nationally and the Under11 team gained 4th place nationally.

Last week the gymnasts consolidated their position at the forefront of gymnastics at the Surrey Schools Sport Acro competition on 17 March.  The Under11A team, the Under11B team and the Under19A team were all placed first, with the Under19B team placed second.

The gymnasts are now looking forward to the London Schools Sports Acro and Tumbling competition on 25 March.

For more information, please contact Allison Johnson, Marketing Manager, Streatham & Clapham High School (a.johnson@schs.gdst.net) 0203 123 9106

A Colourful Performance

In January, Streatham & Clapham Prep welcomed parents, families and friends of the school to its annual Gym & Dance Display. Girls from Reception through to Year 6 took part in a colourful display, performing to musical numbers taken from some of their favourite children's films. The audience enjoyed some very impressive back flips and balancing skills.

Open Days
 

OPEN MORNING

Streatham & Clapham Prep School

Wavertree Road, SW2 3SR

Saturday 7th October, 10.00am-12.00 noon

 

 

 

SOME OF OUR SCHOOLS REQUIRE YOU TO BOOK A PLACE AT AN OPEN DAY. PLEASE CHECK SCHOOL WEBSITES FOR DETAILS.
 

A Colourful Performance

In January, Streatham & Clapham Prep welcomed parents, families and friends of the school to its annual Gym & Dance Display. Girls from Reception through to Year 6 took part in a colourful display, performing to musical numbers taken from some of their favourite children's films. The audience enjoyed some very impressive back flips and balancing skills.

Streatham Gymnasts give star performances

March has been a month of successes for gymnasts at Streatham & Clapham High School (SCHS), including triumphs at national level. 

On 1 March, SCHS's Under11 team took first place in the group routine event at the Girls Independent Schools Gymnastics Association finals at Kent College. SCHS's Over14 team was placed second in the group routine and 4th as overall team.  Among the 500 competitors,  8 year-old  Emily Prest, a severe asthmatic, was awarded the 'Against all odds' plate, given in recognition of the individual who had struggled/battled to compete in gymnastics.

On 9 March, SCHS gymnasts competed in the Under9 Surrey Schools at St Catherine's School in Guildford with the team placed first and Emily Prest winning the overall individual first place.  A day later the gymnasts were in action at The Girls' Day School Trust rally at Bromley High School with the Under11 and Under14 teams both taking second place, and Annabelle Prest, aged 10,  gaining first overall individual place and Agnes Jones, aged 12, gaining individual vault first place.

At national level, SCHS gymnasts competed in the British Schools Milano Team Trio finals which took place on 13 & 14 March in Stoke on Trent.  The Under11 and Under16 teams were both placed first for the London region.  The Under16 team gained 2nd place nationally and the Under11 team gained 4th place nationally.

Last week the gymnasts consolidated their position at the forefront of gymnastics at the Surrey Schools Sport Acro competition on 17 March.  The Under11A team, the Under11B team and the Under19A team were all placed first, with the Under19B team placed second.

The gymnasts are now looking forward to the London Schools Sports Acro and Tumbling competition on 25 March.

For more information, please contact Allison Johnson, Marketing Manager, Streatham & Clapham High School (a.johnson@schs.gdst.net) 0203 123 9106

SOCIAL MEDIA
 
INTER SCHOOLS
 
YOUR INTER SCHOOLS