Thank you for joining us on our first Virtual Open Morning webinar. We hope we were able to answer many of the questions submitted in advance of the broadcast, and very soon we will have contacted everyone who asked questions during the webinar itself.
We really enjoyed the challenge of trying to use digital tools to project a flavour of what school life is like at Claremont, and as a result, it has made us even more ambitious and keen to explore new ways of communicating with prospective parents from afar, particularly International parents, who are often unable to visit the school and meet us in person.
Our webinar proved extremely popular, exceeding our expectations in terms of attendance and generating many requests for further information afterwards – so we thought it would be helpful to create this page and populate it with the most commonly requested content and further reading.
On this page, you will be able to virtually ‘meet’ some more members of our teaching and leadership team in a series of mini-films they created themselves during lockdown. You will also be able to tour some of our sites, view students’ work and much more. After you have had a chance to explore, if you would like to book a virtual meeting with a member of our team, arrange a private visit from June onwards, or require further assistance from our Admissions team, please do not hesitate to contact Lily Lam with Senior School and Boarding enquiries and Lucy Tooke for the Prep and Nursery School.
|Lily Lam, Head of Admissions – Senior and International|
|Lucy Tooke, Registrar – Prep School and Nursery|
We recommend viewing the drone footage first as it shows the Senior School before the completion of the Octagon Project and Performing Arts Centre. Then enjoy the interactive tour of the Octagon building itself, and at your own pace to see how far we have come in such a short time. Our new Nursery and Pre-Prep building is due for completion in the Autumn but see if you can pinpoint where it will live on the drone footage after watching the 360-degree tour.
The Street Child Cricket World Cup 2019 brought young people from eight countries together in London and Cambridge to campaign for the rights and protection of street-connected children. Claremont students were with them …