Our academic curriculum meticulously specifies the knowledge that students will master in their four years at Clarence House. We believe that a broad cultural and historical knowledge improves every pupil’s life, so we sequence and revisit knowledge explicitly and systematically, ensuring Clarence House girls remember what they are taught for the long-term.
There is academic rigour in every subject. Clarence House girls study English and Mathematics for five hours a week, where they are prepared for competitive entry examinations and scholarships at 11+. Small class sizes, one-to-one coaching and our unique homework programme ensure that girls make rapid and sustained progress.
The Clarence House curriculum is enriched by a programme of events, trips and visitors, taking advantage of London’s world class museums. All girls attend our annual residential week, which range from short outward bounds adventures to week-long language and activity holidays in France.
And, uniquely, we teach the students how we learn what we learn and give them the opportunity to discuss what their progress in one-to-one coaching sessions.