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I’ve just come out of the HCL6F rewards evening and, despite being rather hungry and definitely end-of-term sleepy, I am buzzing!Great guest star in Steve Leeson of but the highlight for me was Student President Ruweida’s vote of thanks - calm, clear, assured.


This was the induction assembly for prospective students joining Year 12 in September 2024 from our Executive Principal. Wise, striking, and occasionally rhyming words.


Looking forward to our rewards evening at Harris Clapham Sixth Form - the third year is coming to an end and we have a group of amazing students to celebrate!


Happy Monday! Today at Harris Clapham Sixth Form we have an exciting Careers Day planned.To start the day off, our students had an assembly by our Vice Principal Mr Lloyd on the UCAS process


I get a badge for this one and everything!


Last week Our Year 12 Sociology, Politics and History students enjoyed a tour around the UK Parliament today. Here are some of them in the House of Lords looking as noble as any of the 92 Hereditary peers who sit in the UK's second chamber!


Last week during enrichment, walking club enjoyed the sunshine and nature in Clapham Common and had a pleasant afternoon together.


Mr Lepretre’s lexicon for this week!


An exciting House competition update. Here at Harris Clapham Sixth Form, we currently have House Morris in first place, Franklin in second and Kahlo and Mendes in joint third. With one more House competiton, there is still all to play for!


Last Friday, we had a moving Year 13 Assembly followed by a fun student led Soirée. It was a lovely way for the community to come together and celebrate Year 13’s journey with us.


It’s a two assembly week, so as well as linguistically interesting advice for year 12s, we have a timely sporting analogy for Year 13:


This afternoon’s Year 12 assembly at introduced me to a new word and has left me pondering its plural. A mumpsimus is an error determinedly continued despite correction, but is it two mumpsimi, mumpsimuses, mumpsimodes?


Exciting to see our assemblies quoted in the news (not a lot of sixth forms can claim that):


Today, our Student President Ruweida and one of our Vice Presidents Sarah went over to to deliver some words of wisdom to the Year students about how to prepare for Year 11 next year.#community


This week students from the Clapham Cultural Society organised an Eid celebration for our school community. This included a session on Eid Al-Fitr, quizzes and games, henna designing and a bake sale. More than £100 was raised for charity!


A glimpse of Enrichment at Harris Clapham Sixth Form through photos 👇.Enrichment choices range from Tennis to Photography to Gardening: We believe that these experiences will empower students to thrive in various aspects of their personal, academic and professional lives.


Here’s our word of the week from Mr Lepretre, teacher of English


A book recommendation by Bushra (Y12). She described the book as “A thriller with a good plot that makes youquestion who to trust”


Lessons that you can learn from Jake and Elwood Blues, from Aretha Franklin, from Erasure, and from Barbie (part 1).


As part of House Morris Day, students took part in a scavenger hunt and a cupcake icing competition!

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SEN & Disabilities

Meet the SENCO 

Ms Jacklin has been the SENCo at HCLF6 since 2023. She is hugely motivated by supporting SEND students and has a deep belief in the importance of inclusive education. A view shaped by her own personal journey having been diagnosed with dyslexia and dyspraxia at a young age. She is usually found in the SEND office on the second floor. The SEND office acts as a quiet place for support and study away from the busyness of HCL6F corridors. 

Ms Jacklin can be contacted by email at

Our Offer

As a school, we believe all students have the right to achieve their maximum academic and social potential. Students are taught in an environment where they receive equal respect and in which their individuality is valued. As a school we work collaboratively with a wide range of local authorities and their respective local offers. 

For more information contact Ms Jacklin, SENCo, directly at

Supporting the identification of SEND 

For the majority of students joining the sixth form, SEND will have already been identified during their secondary schooling. If this is the case, they should identify this on their application form and bring evidence of this with them on enrolment day and notify Ms Jacklin, SENCo, as soon as possible. 

Y11 Transition pack HCL6F

If you feel your child has barriers to learning which have not yet been properly identified, then please get in touch with Ms Jacklin, SENCo, directly.

Transition Support 

For many students leaving Secondary School and starting Sixth Form, it can be both exciting and daunting. It can involve a different journey to school, meeting new people, getting used to new environments and a change in routines. This pack is designed to help you manage some of these challenges and includes advice about how you can access support so that you can make the most of your time at Harris Clapham Sixth Form.  

For many students leaving Harris Clapham Sixth Form and starting university can be both exciting and daunting. It can involve a move away from home, meeting new people, getting used to new environments and a change in routines. This pack is designed to help you manage some of these challenges and includes advice about how you can access support so that you can make the most of your time at university. 


Additional SEND Resources


  • The National Autistic Society, 393 City Road, London ECIV 1NG Tel: 0845 070 4004 Helpline (10am–4pm, Mon–Fri) Tel: 020 7833 2299 Email: Website:  
  • ADD Information Services, PO Box 340, Edgware, Middlesex HA8 9HL Tel: 020 8906 9068 
  • ADDNET UK Website: 
  • SEBDA is the new name for the Association of Workers for Children with emotional and behavioural difficulties. Website: 
  • Scope, PO Box 833, Milton Keynes MK12 5NY Tel: 0808 800 3333 (Freephone helpline) Fax: 01908 321051 Email: Website: 
  • Fragile X Society, Rood End House, 6 Stortford Road, Dunmow, Essex CM6 1DA Tel: 01424 813147 (Helpline) Tel: 01371 875100 (Office) Email: Website: 
  • The MLD Alliance, c/o The Elfrida Society, 34 Islington Park Street, London N1 1PX Website: (For Semantic Pragmatic Disorder) 
  • AFASIC, 2nd Floor, 50–52 Great Sutton Street, London EC1V 0DJ Tel: 0845 355 5577 (Helpline 11am–2pm) Tel: 020 7490 9410 Fax: 020 7251 2834 Email: Website: 
  • Royal Institute for the Deaf (RNID), 19–23 Featherstone Street, London EC1Y 8SL Tel: 0808 808 0123 
  • British Deaf Association (BDA) 1–3 Worship Street, London ECZA 2AB 
  • British Association of Teachers of the Deaf (BATOD), The Orchard, Leven, North Humberside, HU17 5QA Website: 
  • Royal National Institute of the Blind, 105 Judd Street, London WC1H 9NE Tel: 020 7388 1266 Fax: 020 7388 2034 Website: 
  • MENCAP, 117–123 Golden Lane, London EC1Y 0RT Tel: 020 7454 0454 Website: 
  • The British Dyslexia Association Tel: 0118 966 8271 Website: 
  • Dyslexia Institute Tel: 07184 222300 Website: Website: 
  • ICAN, 4 Dyer’s Buildings, Holborn, London EC1N 2QP Tel: 0845 225 4071 Email: Website: 
  • Tourette’s Syndrome (UK) Association PO Box 26149, Dunfermline, KY12 7YU Tel: 0845 458 1252 (Helpline) Tel: 01383 629600 (Admin) Fax: 01383 629609 Email: Website: