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Welcome To Streatham Schools - 'A Home from Home'

School Places Available

Independent education for boys and girls aged 4 - 16 years

School Places Available

Affordable independent education with small class sizes

Our pupils fulfill their potential and attain the best possible results.

We deliver an innovative and artistic curriculum.

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We are an independent school housed in a beautiful listed building in a quiet residential area of Blundellsands (near Blundellsands & Crosby railway station), Liverpool. Give your child the opportunity to progress and develop from reception through to GCSEs in a safe and caring environment. With no interruption of learning at Year 7, your child will progress through the school in a nurturing atmosphere to achieve the best possible results, due to our small class sizes and innovative curriculum. Streatham Independent School Liverpool, is an extremely respected school with over 90 years of educational expertise.

School Places

  • Are you looking for a school where children are happy, considerate and feel part of a school community
  • Which sets standards and encourages respect
  • Which offers an affordable independent education with a maximum class size of 12
  • Which has after school clubs that care for your child until 6pm

    Streatham Schools can offer all this, and more - contact us on 0151 924 1514 or email

  • Streatham Schools


    English Teacher

    We are looking for an enthusiastic, Part-time English teacher to help set the foundations for outstanding teaching at Streatham Schools.

    About you: You will have the ability to teach from KS3 to KS4. You will need to be a creative team member with presence and authority, who is able to deliver consistently good lessons.  You will be teaching all Year 7 to 11 pupils and will be responsible for building and developing the ethos of English across the school.

    Your role:
  • To implement and deliver an appropriately broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum for students.
  • To support the subject area as appropriate
  • To monitor and support the overall progress and development of students.
  • To provide a motivating and structured learning experience, which will provide students with the opportunity to achieve their individual potential.
  • To contribute significantly to raising standards of students' attainment as a teacher and form tutor.

    Please fill out application form and send to

    Drama Teacher

    We are looking for an enthusiastic, Part-time Drama teacher

    About you: You will have the ability to teach GCSE Drama. You will need to be a creative team member with presence and authority, who is able to deliver consistently good lessons.

    Please fill out application form and send to
  • GCSE'S 2017

    We are so proud of our Y11 pupils for gaining 100% A* - C in Art, French, EL2 Mathematics, RE and Spanish. 75% in Ad. Science. 67% in Mathematics. 60% in ICT. 50% in English Literature and 50% in Geography.

    Our Y10 pupils also gained 100% A* - C in French and Spanish, with one of them gaining full marks. We couldn't be more delighted, we wish them all success in their new adventures and hope to see them all at the Awards Evening.

    Headteacher of Streatham Schools, Miss L. White, praised the GCSE girls for their achievements, she said "I am very proud of what our girls have achieved over the last two years – they deserve every success and we wish them luck and happiness in their new endeavours. I would like to express my gratitude to our specialist teachers and the support from our parents."

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    We take a creative approach to the curriculum, encouraging children to explore, question and try new experiences.  We work both in our indoor and outdoor classrooms, using the needs, ideas and enthusiasm of the children, to influence our planning. What success looks like: Children who are inquisitive, motivated, confident and happy, as well as having firm foundations in reading, writing and number.
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    Our Junior school is enjoyable, lively and enthusiastic. Standards of work and behaviour are high. We take great care to teach English and Mathematics using a combination of traditional and modern methods appropriate to each child. Practical Science, Technology, History, Geography, the Arts and Performing Arts are all part of the junior curriculum. ICT enhances all learning.
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    A broad and balanced curriculum is followed, taking in a full range of academic subjects. Enrichment and artistic activities are studied alongside practical life skills, preparing pupils for further education, university and the world of work. A second foreign language is introduced and support and guidance is available when choosing from a wide range of examination courses.

    A wide curriculum

    • Academic and Arts enhanced education
    • Individual needs are met
    • Exciting and dynamic lessons
    • Cultural visits within the UK & Europe

    An Independent Education

    • Based in a historic building
    • Boys & girls aged 4 - 16 years
    • High teacher to pupil ratio
    • Small class sizes


    • Pupils grow with confidence and purpose
    • High academic results at GCSE level
    • 100% of pupils go on to further education
    • Pupils respected in the community


    To find out more about Streatham Schools, or to secure a place for a child, contact the admin office - 0151 924 1514 (leave a name and contact number), or email the school office:


    What our parents and pupils say about Streatham Schools

    • We felt Streatham was the right kind of school for our daughter, who started in year 6. She has been very happy and tells us every day how much she loves going to school! We recognise that the school offers an exciting education and promotes a really happy and positive culture amongst its pupils. We look forward to seeing both our daughter and Streatham go from strength to strength in the future.
      Parent of year 11 pupil
    • We have been extremely pleased with the progress our daughter has made during her time at Streatham. The teachers have helped her to achieve high academic results whilst encouraging her to explore her own ideas and have respect for the individual needs of others. Although sad to be going, she leaves a confident young lady, ready to undertake the next stage of her career pathway.
      Parent of year 11 pupil
    • Just wanted to say a big thanks for giving me the opportunity to come to Streatham, to be a part of a lovely family. I’ve really enjoyed my time here and will always remember it as being the best school I’ve ever been to! Now that I am leaving I realise I don’t want to leave yet! I had fun being a part of Bugsy Malone and having fun with everyone back-stage. The school gave me a fresh start and a new outlook on life. I’m a lot more confident as a person, and a lot happier too, knowing that I have a positive future ahead. I will come and visit in the future!
      A pupil
    • The past two years have been wonderful, I’ve seen the school grow and change for the better. The school productions have been wonderful and have encouraged even the shyest of the girls to take part or help out, boosting morale and the already huge sense of community. I owe my growth in confidence to this school and if you’d have asked me to perform 3 years ago; I would not have been able to move! I know I still have a long way to go but since you incorporated performing arts into our curriculum, I really have become much more outgoing and have made friends I didn’t think I would do a few years back. Thank you for encouraging us all in every way possible!
      A pupil
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