29 January 2016

    This week’s news summary:

    • Headteacher’s News
    • CASCA News: Tabletop/Indoor Car Boot sale
    • Success at the International Competition for Young Debaters
    • Rome’s Invisible City
    • Keir Starmer Visits Year 12 Geographers
    • Geography Teaser
    • The ARTiculation Prize 2016
    • CSG Portrait Competition Exhibition
    • Life Drawing Class
    • Maths Student of the Week
    • CSG Music Ensembles Concert
    • Girls Basketball
    • Forthcoming Dates
    • Headteacher’s News


      This week: BBC Young Musician of the Year Award.

    • Tabletop/Indoor Car Boot Sale


      Saturday 19 March, 2.30 - 4.30pm.
      Some tables still available!

    • Success at the International Competition for Young Debaters


      On Saturday 23 January, Mr Gunn took three teams of debaters to the London regional round of the International Competition for Young Debaters, hosted at University College London.

    • Rome’s Invisible City


      On Wednesday 20 January, Dr Michael Scott from Warwick University came to school to give a talk to students from CSG and other local state schools.

    • Keir Starmer Visits Year 12 Geographers


      On Thursday 21 January, Holborn and St Pancras MP Keir Starmer visited our Year 12 geographers. 

    • Geography Teaser


      What do these countries have in common?

    • The ARTiculation Prize 2016


      All students in year 12 History of Art prepare a presentation and heats were held last term at Camden School for Girls.

    • CSG Portrait Competition Exhibition


      Winners announced!

    • Special Life Drawing Class


      Sunday 7 February, 11.00 am - 2.00 pm.

    • Maths Student of the Week – Fahmida 10M


      Congratulations to Fahmida in 10M for being Maths student of the week.

    • CSG Music Ensembles Concert


      Wednesday 10 February, Main Hall - 7pm.
      Tickets: £5/£2

    • Girls Basketball


      Haverstock School – every Tuesday 3.30 – 5.30.

    • Forthcoming Dates


      Please note that the dates/times noted below are subject to change.

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