Schools Club provides bespoke workshops, theatre tickets, backstage tours and diverse educational resources for staff and students. It supports the curriculum and works with schools and students from areas of London with poor arts provision. The Old Vic partners with 40 secondary schools, engaging with up to 30 students in each school for the full academic year.
This year The Old Vic is working with 1,152 students from schools in 22 London Boroughs.
Schools taking part in Schools Club 2017/18 are: Alperton Community school, Beths Grammar school, Bullers Wood school, Chadwell Heath Academy, City of London Academy – Islington, City Of London Academy Highbury Grove, Dunraven, Eltham Hill school, Forest Gate Community school, Frederick Bremer school, George Green’s school, George Mitchell school, Gladesmore Community school, Guru Nanak Sikh Academy, Harris Academy Beckenham, Harris Academy Morden, Harris Academy St John’s Wood, Haydon School, Isleworth & Syon school, Kingsdale Foundation school, Kingsley Academy, Lammas, Mayfield school, Newham Collegiate Sixth Form Centre, Oasis Academy Silvertown, Paddington Academy, Plashet school, Prendergast Ladywell school, Queen Elizabeth’s Girls’ school, Rivers Academy West London, Skinners’ Academy, St Mary Magdalene Academy, Sutton Grammar school, The City Academy Hackney, The Green school for girls, The Quest Academy, The Warren school, Walthamstow school for girls, Wembley High Technology college, Westminster City school.
Applications to take part in 2017/18 have now closed, but check back in May 2018 to find out more information on applying to take part in 2018/19. In the meantime, if you have any questions about this programme, please email Liz Bate, email@example.com.
Supported by The Sackler Trust
Schools Club has been created for secondary school staff and students. If you would like to find out about our education opportunities for primary schools, please take a look at Schools Club – Primary