Develop your presentation,

interview and leadership skills. 

The Chrysalis Partnership of 26 schools from across the boroughs of Haringey, Camden, Ealing, Newham and Barnet has been built upon a common sense that there is not enough genuine subject–specific extension work for the brightest pupils, nor support for, and shared expertise in, applications to selective universities.

The initial focus of the partnership remains the Chrysalis Scheme, an ambitious project to bring a university access scheme to gifted and talented cohorts from across North London.  Pupils are invited to engage in a programme of dedicated activities, the centrepiece of which is an intensive summer school

Probably the best educational experience I’ve ever had.

Chantel Kamara-Bah, Hornsey School

An amazing opportunity to meet new people who share similar interests and acquire new skills that will be vital, no matter what your future plans are.

2014 Chrysalis Student

Year 10 and Year 12 Summer Schools

Year 10 Summer School

The Year 10 summer school includes a series of exciting subject tutorials taught by Highgate teaching staff. Alongside this, you’ll get to visit Oxford university and get a real taste for university life and study.

Choose subjects from:

  • English
  • History
  • Mathematics
  • Philosophy
  • Science

3 days

Tuesday 30th August – Thursday 1st September 2016

Highgate School, North Road, London, N6 4AY

Year 12 Summer School

Choose from a wide range of subjects including: English, Mathematics, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Geography, History, Economics, Philosophy, Politics, French, Spanish and Art.

There will also be a series of UCAS Higher Education seminars covering the whole university admissions process, including:

  • Choosing institutions and courses
  • Writing your personal statement
  • Individual ‘mock’ interviews
  • Seminars from selective Russell Group universities

4 days

Tuesday 30th August – Friday 2nd September 2016

Highgate School, North Road, London, N6 4AY

Places are limited so please apply as soon as you can, taking your time to ensure your application makes the best case for why you should be awarded a place.