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Towards 2026 and beyond

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At South Hampstead High School we aim to equip our pupils for life – to develop the leaders, the thinkers, the creators of tomorrow. Our masterplan, ‘Towards 150’ sets out some of these ambitions as we look towards our sesquicentennial anniversary – at the centre is the need to provide the best possible facilities to support a dynamic learning environment, and the desire to extend our education to anyone with ability and potential, regardless of background or wealth.

Whether you are a parent, pupil, alumna, teacher or friend of South Hampstead, you are considered to be a valuable, life-long member of our community. By investing in our initiatives you will provide real opportunities for all, you will enrich the lives of every girl at the school and, by becoming part of their future, we hope you will enrich your own.

Towards 150 – Bursary Concert

 

Breadth & Accessibility

Opening Doors

Extending outstanding opportunities to all girls

The Girls’ Day School Trust was founded in 1872 to provide education to all girls, regardless of background or means.  We are committed to providing ‘learning without limits’ and to this end, South Hampstead High School has pledged to double our current bursary provision by our 150th anniversary in 2026 as part of the GDST wide bursary campaign.

You can help support bursaries by contribution to:

The South Hampstead Bursary Fund – which supports means tested bursaries for new pupils at South Hampstead High School

The GDST Hardship Fund – for pupils across the GDST network whose parents are currently experiencing financial difficulties

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Teaching & Learning

Speak Up, Speak Out

Enabling our pupils to find their voice

There are few things in life more important than the ability to communicate effectively – our Speak Up, Speak Out programme for speech and debate, breeds confidence, presence and critical thinking.  You can sponsor this programme through our Speakers’ Fund which allows us to put on a whole range of events for pupils and the local community each year.

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Community & Leadership

Project Zero

Leading the way to become a carbon neutral school

Project Zero is a pupil run programme to improve South Hampstead’s environmental profile and in 2020 we were awarded the Independent Schools of the Year Green Award for Environmental Achievement thanks to their efforts. If you would like to help our pupils continue to make South Hampstead a more carbon neutral school then please do support our Project Zero fund.

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Community & Leadership

Partnerships

Building mutually beneficial links

We want to establish sustainable and mutually enriching partnerships which benefit our staff,  pupils and those beyond our gates. Sharing knowledge, facilities and experience with those around us is core to our future plans.  Help us to support our partnerships with local schools and outreach to organisations like The Spear programme and Unitas.

 

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Learn more about our plans for the future

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