Channing School
Channing School

Girls enjoying success!

Open Days

Virtual Open Days

Our Summer Open Events will still take place but in a different format. We now look forward to welcoming you to the Channing Summer Open Event ONLINE, where you will meet the staff and pupils, take a tour of the school and our facilities, and learn all about our admissions process.

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Welcome from the Head

Channing is well prepared to deliver Remote Learning

Channing is currently closed but our teaching and learning continues: all pupils from Reception to Year 13 are receiving their lessons remotely and we are running a daily programme on-site for the children of Channing Key Workers and for vulnerable pupils. We are very grateful to all staff who have volunteered to run this programme. Our Junior School Reception is manned and if you have any queries you can contact us on 020 8340 2328 or info@channing.co.uk Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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Channing

Channing is a school where girls thrive as individuals and enjoy success

The exceptional and innovative teaching methods employed by our dedicated staff inspire our pupils and our unrivalled pastoral care ensures a calm environment in which they flourish without undue pressure.

Find out more from Headmistress, Barbara Elliott

Our Vision – Girls enjoying success – starts at our Junior School

Our girls begin their special Channing journey here, where there is a great sense of community and every girl is valued as an individual.

Find out more from Head of the Junior School, Dina Hamalis

New Headmistress of Channing announced

The Board of Governors are delighted to announce that Lindsey Hughes has been appointed as the new Headmistress of Channing, starting on 1 September 2020.

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Latest news

Find out what success can look like at Channing in this week’s ‘Word from the Head’. This edition features Mrs Elliott's video message, music news, and Classic society's virtual exploration of the Ashmolean Museum!

Read the latest ‘Word from the Head’