Projects and collaborations

Projects and collaborations can be large or small, long-term or one off. All offer a clear benefit or value to the pupils involved. Whatever the nature and scope of activities, they only ever exist because a local need has been identified and there are dedicated and enthusiastic school leaders at the helm to make it work.

A selection of projects and partnerships involving independent schools and maintained schools or community groups can be found below.


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Twilight Latin Lessons at Latymer Upper School

18 pupils in Y9 at Phoenix Academy are welcomed every week at Latymer Upper School and are taught Latin by one of our Classics teachers.  This is the first year that we have run this course - so …

Partners

  • Latymer Upper School
  • Phoenix High School, London
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Twilight Physics & Maths Lessons at Latymer Upper School

After a very successful collaboration over several years, Latymer Upper is delighted to welcome twenty more Y11 pupils from The Hurlingham Academy for some additional lessons in Physics and Maths …

Partners

  • Latymer Upper School
  • The Hurlingham Academy, Fulham, London
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John Glyn Society enrichment lectures held at Colfe’s School

The John Glyn Society is comprised of scholars from each year group and partner schools, and aims to enrich academic life through an annual programme of thought-provoking events and lectures. The soci …

Partners

  • Colfe's School
  • Trinity School, Deptford Green, Addey & Stanhope, Conisborough College (4)
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Debating programme held at Colfe’s School

Pupils from local state schools in Year 8 to10 are invited to join the Colfe’s debating teams – attending weekly two-hour training sessions and entering competitions alongside our pupils. …

Partners

  • Colfe's School
  • Trinity School, Deptford Green, Addey & Stanhope, Conisborough College (3)
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Maths & Science enrichment classes held at Colfe’s School

Colfe’s offers a number of options to local state school pupils keen to supplement their Maths and Science studies. Around 20 pupils currently attend classes which include: Maths: Four sessio …

Partners

  • Colfe's School
  • Trinity School, Deptford Green, Addey & Stanhope, Conisborough College (2)
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Modern Foreign Languages courses held at Colfe’s School

Colfe’s offers a number of options to local state school pupils who are keen to supplement their Modern Foreign Languages studies. This includes a weekly beginner’s German class for Year 7 …

Partners

  • Colfe's School
  • Trinity School, Deptford Green, Addey & Stanhope, Conisborough College (1)
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Latin enrichment course held at Colfe’s School

Held on Thursday afternoons, Colfe’s facilitates a Year 10 (beginners) and Year 11 Latin class. We currently have 20 Year 10 and 12 Year 11 students from a range of state schools that do not off …

Partners

  • Colfe's School
  • Trinity School, Deptford Green, Addey & Stanhope, Conisborough College
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Careers Convention (Hartford CofE High School, Middlewich High School, The County High School, Leftwich School, Weaverham High School, UCAN)

The Grange School Careers Conference is a biennial event in which pupils in years 10 and above from both the grange and the local community schools, together with their parents, are invited to at …

Partners

  • The Grange School
  • Hartford CofE High School, Middlewich High School, The County High School, Leftwich School, Weaverham High School, UCAN
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Volunteering at a centre for the disadvantaged

Cheltenham Ladies' College is in partnership with this local charity through the help of its students in attending the refuge and assisting the staff in food preparation and the welcoming of people us …

Partners

  • Cheltenham Ladies' College
  • Open Door
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Volunteering with an independent-living initiative

Cheltenham Ladies' College students assist at the St Vincents Theraputic Day Care Centre, helping staff with the needs of the day according to which activity is being carried out. Specific placements …

Partners

  • Cheltenham Ladies' College
  • St Vincents Theraputic Day Care Centre
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Volunteering with those living with a disability

Girls from Cheltenham Ladies College visit Leonard Cheshire on Thursdays to interact with the residents and through doing so, provide a link to the wider community. …

Partners

  • Cheltenham Ladies' College
  • Leonard Cheshire Home of Gloucestershire
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Partnership with a local residential care home

Our girls visit the home on Wednesdays and Thursdays to interact with the residents and provide a sense of wider community. By creating a partnership between generations, this project g …

Partners

  • Cheltenham Ladies' College
  • Thirlestaine Park Care Home
volunteering

Students volunteering at a care home for the elderly

The Cheltenham Ladies' College has had a long partnership with St Faith's and both the residents of the nursing home and the students themselves enjoy the feeling of a connection to community which co …

Partners

  • Cheltenham Ladies' College
  • St Faith's Nursing Home
volunteering

Assisting with care for the elderly

Our students visit the Faithfull House elderly care home reguarly to chat with the residents and provide a sense of community to those who may not be able to physically access much of their surroundin …

Partners

  • Cheltenham Ladies' College
  • Faithfull House
sponsorship

The Winnie Mabsao Foundation Charity Fundraising

The school raises money to support the Winnie Mabaso Foundation in South Africa.  The money is spent on providing food, clothing and shelter for children orphaned due to HIV/AIDS. …

Partners

  • Manchester High School for Girls
  • The Winnie Mabsao Foundation

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