Clapton Girls' Academy has special partnerships wtih three universities Clare College, Cambridge, the University of East London and Goldsmiths. Linklaters law firm is also a partner and runs its prestigious Learn for Work programme for Clapton Girls' Academy students, and through Clapton Girls' Academy for other schools.
- Each Partner is inspirational in its own right, bringing their own particular expertise to the Partnership. Partners are committed and enthusiastic about working in partnership with the Academy, and are generous in their contribution.The Partnership is keen to ensure that Clapton Girls' Academy develops from outstanding to being world class; modelling good practice and leading excellence, whilst supporting the wider school community.
- The aspiration of the Clapton Girls' Academy Partnership is to accomplish more together than would otherwise be possible, whilst becoming a beacon of excellence and good practice for the Borough of Hackney.
- The focus of the Partnership is on supporting the Academy to raise achievement still further and provide even more opportunities for the students. The Partnership's aim is to expand potential, thereby adding value to what the Academy already does.
- Both the Academy and Partners are keen to ensure that there is a long-lasting legacy within the Academy which is indicative of their working together. This legacy will be created through active input from Partners and progressive leadership from all involved.
Clapton Girls' Academy has built a reputation for business/education links and we are especially proud of our well-developed Learn for Work programme in partnership with Linklaters, a leading law firm in the City.
Clare College Cambridge
Clare College, Cambridge, is proud to hold a partnership with Clapton Girls' Academy.
University of East London
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Goldsmiths University of London
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Greenhouse Sports is a London-based sport for developing charitable work with young people from some of the capital’s most disadvantaged communities.
Envision is an educational charity which delivers programmes to young people across the country. They bring together local businesses, schools, charities and volunteers to provide a practical learning experience which enables students to develop the skills they need to succeed in work and life.
World Class Schools Quality Mark
The World Class Schools Quality Mark is a new standard in education for schools who have moved beyond outstanding. Having a World Class Schools Quality Mark enables us to develop partnerships with education systems and providers outside of the UK to share knowledge, experience and expertise.