London Park School Clapham
Catchment Area, Reviews and Key Information

Secondary
PUPILS
72
AGES
11 - 16
GENDER
Mixed
TYPE
Other independent school
New School

London Park School Clapham is a new model of senior school that combines the care and support of a smaller setting with the opportunities and facilities of a larger one. Applications are now open for September 2024 entry for both 11+ and 13+

7-11 Nightingale Lane
London
SW4 9AH
020 8161 0301

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Last update: 20 June 2024
WELCOME TO A NEW MODEL OF SENIOR SCHOOLS FOR LONDON

 

 

London Park School Clapham opened in September 2023. It is the first of an exciting new group of schools offering an innovative approach to secondary education in London. LPS Clapham is located opposite Clapham Common, and offers an education that is broad-based,integrated, cross curricular and hands-on. As a smaller school, its focus is on the individual student within a warm and supportive community.  As part of the broader London Park Schools group, it can punch above its weight with trips and sports in collaboration with its sibling school, LPS Mayfair.

Every LPS Clapham student can move on to our shared sixth form in Belgravia (LPS Sixth) for A Levels if that’s the right next step. With students also coming from LPS Mayfair and other schools, it’s a fresh start with the reassurance of familiarity.

 

London Park School Clapham

Address: 7-11 Nightingale Lane, Clapham South, London, SW4 9AH

 

More information
OPEN EVENTS

 

 

We are really looking forward to welcoming you to London Park School Clapham. If you are interested in a 2024 place for 11+ or 13+ entry (Year 7 or Year 9) – or to see if there may be occasional places in Years 8 and 10, please contact Tash McDonald, our Admissions Manager on [email protected] or call on 020 8161 0301.

 

London Park School Clapham Open Events 2023-24

London Park School Clapham opened it's doors at it's newly refurbished site, 7-11 Nightingale Lane, SW4 in April 2024. 

Friday Coffee Mornings and Limited School Tours 

Our regular ‘Come and meet the team’ coffee mornings on Friday mornings run from 9-10am  using the facilities of our neighbour, Audley Place at 3 Nightingale Lane, SW4 – next door to Clapham South.  These are an informal way to meet the Principal, Head and Staff and learn a little more about our school next door.

When:  9-10am each Friday morning

Arrange a visit

 

Academic Excellence

Our pupils will have a broad and balanced curriculum starting in year 7, leading through to GCSEs and ultimately, with the option to move across to London Park Sixth Form, A Levels too. Academic success is ensured though high quality and personalised  teaching, an innovative curriculum and excellent pastoral support.

Pastoral Care

Nurturing and supporting our pupils is central to everything we do at LPS. As a part of the wider Dukes Education family, The Dukes Young Leadership Programme will be an integral part of each pupil’s curriculum, developing confidence and transferable skills for the future.

Beyond the Curriculum – Making the most of being in London

We are not constrained by our subjects or the walls of our buildings. We make the most of being in central London whether that’s galleries, sporting opportunities, museums, open spaces, lectures, historical events, the west end or other cultural exploration. 

 

Read our London Park School Clapham Pre-Registration Ofsted Report

 

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London Park School Clapham Parent Reviews



87% Parents Recommend This School
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London Park School Clapham Catchment Area Map

This school is independently managed and its admission criteria may be selective. There is no set catchment area as pupils are admitted from a wide variety of postcodes and, in the case of boarding schools, from outside the UK. Contact the school directly or visit their website for more information on Admissions Policy and Procedures.