Projects and collaborations

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Delivery of intensive swim teaching for children who have not met the National Curriculum swimming standards and training of primary school teachers to deliver swim teaching

Provision of intensive swim teaching for pupils who have not learned to swim by following the standard school swimming lessons. Standard lessons are typically once a week with large group sizes. This …

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Delivery of intensive swim teaching for children who have not met the National Curriculum swimming standards and training of primary school teachers to deliver swim teaching

Provision of intensive swim teaching for pupils who have not learned to swim by following the standard school swimming lessons. Standard lessons are typically once a week with large group sizes. This …

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Use of facilities by Christ Church Playgroup

Use of sports facilities for annual sports day …

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Use of facilities by Winston's Wish

Use of facilities for an annual fundraising event …

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Volunteering at St John's Primary School

Volunteering in a classroom setting assisting with read, writing and maths. Students also assist with modern languages, playtime and creative activities. …

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Volunteering at St Gregory's Primary School

Volunteering in a classroom setting assisting with read, writing and maths.  Also assist with playtime and creative activities. …

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Use of facilities by Cheltenham Rotary Club

College provides use of their facilites for an annual event raising money for a leukemia charity. …

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Volunteering at Oakwood Primary School

Volunteering in a classroom setting assisting with read, writing and maths. Students also assist with playtime and creative activities. …

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Volunteering with the National Citizen Scheme

Girls volunteer through the National Citizen Scheme which aims to provide opportunities for young local people to work together with a common aim and to strenghten ties/networks throughout the local c …

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Use of facilities by LINC

College supports an annual choir event raising money for a local leukemia charity. This event is attended by approx 800 members of the public. …

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Use of facilities by Gloucestershire Road Safety Partnership

CLC supports 6 roadshow events put on by Gloucestershire Road Safety Partnership which provide education to 16 and 17 year old pupils about the importance of safe driving.  …

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Use of facilities by Gloucester Road Primary School

Gloucester Road Primary School use CLC's sporting facilities for their annual sports day. No charge is made to them for this use. …

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Volunteering at Gloucester Road Primary School

Volunteering in a classroom setting assisting with read, writing and maths. Students also assist with playtime and creative activities. …

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Governance at Gardners Lane and Oakwood Federation

A member of CLC staff serves as a Company Director of Gardners Lane and Oakwood Federation which is committed to providing children and family services throughout Cheltenham.  Children's centres …

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Use of facilities by Cheltenham Youth Theatre

Use of facilities at cost price for end of term performances for parents and family to attend. …

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School Governance at Battledown Centre for Children and Families

Battledown is a special school funded by Gloucester County Council providing specialist assessment of children 0-7 years old. A member of College staff is a governor. …

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Use of facilities by Christ Church

Provision of facilities at no charge for the church to use for a summer fete. The fete raises money for the church and its chosen charities. …

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Volunteering at Christ Church Primary School

Christ Church Primary is located very near parts of College campus and our partnership with them covers both use of facilities and volunteering. …

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Use of facilities by Christ Church Primary School

Christ Church Primary is located very near parts of the College campus and our partnership with them covers both use of facilities and volunteering. …

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Volunteering at Bettridge School

Bettridge is a community-based school for pupils with severe learning disabilities aged between five and nineteen, and our girls volunteer mainly with the younger students, providing stimulating enter …

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Volunteering with the Aston Project

Cheltenham Ladies' College students work alongside police officers and young children in a number of different activities based in College.  Police bringing 8-10 year olds into College to enjoy …

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Volunteering at Belmont School

Belmont School is a school for children from ages five to sixteen living with disabilities both mental and physical, and our girls work closely with the staff in various areas, both curricular and ext …

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Volunteering at Astell House

Astell House has over thirty residents, many of whom suffer from dementia or other degenerative illnesses, and the centre aims to provide them with respite care while still remaining engaged with the …

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Volunteering at Dunalley Primary School

Cheltenham Ladies' College pupils visit Dunalley School to assist the younger students with their reading and other academic endevours, thus providing learning support and interacting with the childre …

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Volunteering at Battledown Centre for Children and Families

Students from Cheltenham Ladies' College go to the Battledown School to assist the teaching staff and interact personally with the children, allowing them specialised support in reading, writing and o …

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Volunteering at Cheltenham Animal Shelter

Cheltenham Ladies' College has been involved with the workings of the shelter for many years and girls help out in a variety of ways both on- and off-site. Tasks range from dog walking to socialising …

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Volunteering at Cheltenham Open Door

Cheltenham Ladies' College students attend the centre and assist staff in food preparation and welcoming people using Open Door's services. …

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Volunteering at St Vincent's Therapeutic Day Care Centre

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 …

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Volunteering at Thirlestaine Park Care Home

Our girls visit the home twice a week to interact with the residents and provide a sense of wider community. By creating a partnership between generations, this project gives social cohesion to both o …

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Volunteering at St Faith's Nursing Home

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 comes …

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Volunteering at Gardners Lane and Oakwood Federation Primary Schools

Approximately 25 students visit Gardners Lane and Oakwood Primary Schools on a weekly basis for an hour a week during lunchtimes to assist with lessons and activities. Students are encouraged to devel …

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Volunteering at Lilian Faithfull Homes

Students visit three of the Lilian Faithfull Care homes once a week during lunchtimes on a weekly basis to talk to residents and participate in activities. Students arrange activities such as the …


School details

Cheltenham Ladies' College
Bayshill Road
Cheltenham
GL50 3EP
England

T: +44 (0)1242 520691
E: enquiries@cheltladiescollege.org
W: www.cheltladiescollege.org/

Head's name
Ms Eve Jardine-Young
Religious affiliation
Christian
Day/Boarding type
Day, Full boarding
Gender profile
Girls only
Size
845 pupils
Boarding
673
Day
172
Sixth form
312

Girls

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