Perseid School

Perseid Beyond

It is our firm belief that every pupil should participate in their community and have access to opportunities and experiences to enrich their educational journey.

We have an active School Council and Leadership programme which allows pupils to contribute to decisions about their school, we passionately believe in maintaining a strong partnership between parents and school as it is vital to achieve the best outcomes for pupils.

To be such a diverse school is a privilege and we are proud of the strong links we have forged with the community and with our partners in the local, national and international community.

Some of these partnerships include:

Wimbledon Civic Theatre Trust:

Pupils work alongside other Merton schools to participate in an annual performance showcase at the New Wimbledon Theatre. Holiday schemes are also awarded.

Step into Dance and Rambert Ballet Programme:

Pupils work with renowned dance organisations, showcasing their talents in performances to peers and parents.

The Ursuline, Kings College School and Wimbledon High School:

Perseid provides opportunities for students from three local schools to mentor and support Perseid pupils in lessons.

Peer mentoring has proven to enhance the learning experience for our pupils and they benefit directly from this relationship.

English Touring Opera and Merton Music Foundation Project:

Pupils receive workshops and lessons from professional orchestral players and perform in a concert at the Royal Albert Hall.

The Panathlon Challenge:

Pupils participate in a range of sporting events with young people across London, with the opportunity to use Olympic facilities.

Kingston, Roehampton and London South Bank Universities:

As a teaching school, Perseid offers placements students from all three universities, allowing them to experience and learn about a career in special needs educations and apply to mainstream school settings.

Perseid works with Kingston, Roehampton and London South Bank University students, contributing to their learning through special educations needs intensive courses and opportunities to see the school in action. Executive Headteacher and Associate Headteacher of Perseid School provide mentoring and tutoring to a select group of Kingston University, Roehampton University and London South Bank University students.

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