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 1,089 students from schools in 25 London Boroughs.
Schools taking part in Schools Club 2018/19 are: Alec Reed Academy, Ark Academy, Bullers Wood School, Burntwood School, Central Foundation Boy’s School, Christ’s College Finchley, Coloma Convent Girls’ School, Compass School, Emerson Park Academy, Ernest Bevin College, Evelyn Grace Academy, Gladesmore Community School, Glenthorne High School, Guru Nanak Sikh Academy, Harris Academy Morden, Harris Girls’ Academy Bromley, Heston Community School, Highbury Fields School, Highlands School, Isaac Newton Academy, Kingsdale Foundation School, Kingsley Academy, Lammas School and Sixth Form, Mill Hill County High School, Norbury Manor, Norlington School, Oasis Academy South Bank, Plashet School, Prendergast School, Rivers Academy West London, Sir John Cass Foundation School, Skinners’ Academy, St Dominic’s Sixth Form College, St Martin-in-the-Fields High School for Girls, St Paul’s Way Trust School, The Compton, The Grey Coat Hospital, The Halley Academy, The Quest Academy, Westminster City School.
Applications to take part in Schools Club 2018-19 are now closed.
Applications are open to all secondary state schools based within the M25.
For more information please contact us: 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