The BRIT School is the UK’s first and leading free performing and creative arts school for 1,400 young people aged 14 to 19. The school – an exempt charity based in Croydon – invests in the future of the UK’s cultural wealth by nurturing young artistic talent from all backgrounds and teaching the skills needed by the rapidly-growing creative industries.Read more
Despite two years of uncertainty and disruption, Colfe’s A-level students have shown typical resilience and strength of character by embarking on a diverse range of higher education routes this September. More than 80 per cent of students achieved places at their first choice university.Read more
Ark Globe is an academy for three to 18-year-olds in Elephant and Castle, Southwark. The Academy has set its mission to prepare students for university and to be leaders in their community. It offers students a first-class education based on high-quality teaching and enriching experiences outside the classroom.Read more
Trinity Academy’s distinctive ethos is rooted in our clear and timeless values of knowledge, aspiration and respect. As part of the outstanding Future Academies family of schools, Trinity Academy’s focus is on setting and achieving aspirational and rigorous educational standardsRead more
St Thomas the Apostle School and Sixth Form is a boys’ Catholic school with a mixed sixth form in the heart of South-east London. Their intake reflects the multi-faith community in which they are situated and they are a very popular choice in the local area, with families recognising the outstanding all-round education they are able to provide.Read more
St Martin’s Academy is designated as an outstanding Church of England School (latest SIAMS inspection) and is judged ‘Good’ by OFSTED. Its commitment to academic excellence and personal well-being is total. Its vision is to create a safe, caring, happy and inclusive community underpinned by its Christian values of service, compassion, justice and perseverance.Read more
James Allen’s Girls’ School (JAGS) has been inspiring and educating pupils for more than 270 years, and educating girls is part of their DNA. The energy, the vibrancy, the friendships and the support networks at JAGS all combine to build something very special.Read more
Step Up performing Arts has been running for more than 20 years. Classes start from two years to 16 years in street dance, drama and singing. As well as many shows, all students take Trinity Guildhall exams. Step Up has had lots of success in the West End and on TV shows.Read more
Graveney School is holding its Online Virtual Open Event for Year 7 pupils on Wednesday, October 13 from 9.30am and Thursday, October 14 until 8.30pm. The school will also be offering the opportunity for current Year 6 pupils to book in-person tours of the school for the week commencing Monday, October 11.Read more
Kingsdale is Outstanding in every area (Ofsted 2017) and presents exceptionally rich opportunities to challenge students of all abilities, including providing options to study Latin, economics and psychology.
Kingsdale attracts many able students and operates a diverse, expansive curriculum to meet the particular needs and aspirations of all of our students and their families.
Seven girls had a wonderful surprise last month, when they discovered they had been immortalised in print by Tooting-born writer Ayisha Malik, writes Rebecca Magill. Each of the children appear as a character in Ayisha’s new picture book Seven Sisters, released by Fulham-based publishers Little Tiger Books.Read more