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Music-Making Partnership

Some of our most talented musicians visited our neighbouring primary school to lead music lessons. Nine musicians from Year 7 through to Year 11 played a rousing rendition of Glen Miller’s In the Mood to a captivated audience at Holy Trinity C of E Primary next door, before introducing them to the history and tonal […]

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Outreach Teaching

Our teachers have been hosting workshops and co-curricular clubs as well as teaching lessons in more local schools. South Hampstead’s Classics outreach programme has been running for nearly a decade, with our teachers now visiting more primary schools in Camden and Southwark. At St James the Great Primary School in Peckham, pupils have already mastered […]

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Art History Enrichment

A Level Art Historians have enjoyed an enriching programme of trips and talks this term, including exclusive access to some of the latest developments in the field. Upper Sixth Art History students were treated to a day of art viewing in their final week at school, enabling them to see in person, for the first […]

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Giving Back: Bursaries

Lynn Frank taught Maths at South Hampstead for over 30 years; she is now a school governor and a passionate supporter of our bursary programme. Here she explains why she joined South Hampstead’s bursary board and wants to play her part in doubling our current bursary provision by the school’s 150th anniversary in 2026. “Education […]

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Stand Up for Charity

Our Head Girl organised a hugely successful charity comedy night this week, raising funds to support local, disadvantaged young people find employment. ‘Stand Up for Spear’ featured award-winning comedians Bec Hill, Jon Long and Ross Smith alongside two very special guests: Mathematics teacher, Mr Willett, and English teacher, Mr Garrard, who took to the stage […]

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The joy of learning

To return to the theme of my very first assembly of this academic year, our lives need routine as well as excitement. The last few weeks have been punctuated with an awful lot of excitement. And so it is almost with relief that I have found myself popping into lessons to see the daily excellence […]

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