05 February 2016

    This week’s news summary:

    • Headteacher’s News
    • The Smallpiece Trust – STEM Day
    • Alumni Network at CSG
    • CASCA News: Tabletop/Indoor Car Boot sale
    • You Can Help
    • International Year of Light
    • Revenge in the Oresteia - Dr. Rosie Wyles
    • Geography Teaser
    • Life Drawing Class
    • Gender Equality Petition
    • Maths Student of the Week
    • CSG Music Ensembles Concert
    • Sainsbury’s Active Kids vouchers
    • Junior Squash Half Term Camps
    • Forthcoming Dates
    • Headteacher’s News


      This week: Holocaust Memorial Day, CASCA Parents’ Forum – 26 January 2016.

    • The Smallpiece Trust – STEM Day


      All 12 teams produced a working turbine and the winning team was: Aniqa 9R, Artibella 9T, Raniya 9T, Solara 9T, Sara 9M.

    • Alumni Network at CSG


      Are you a former CSG student, or do you know anyone who was?

    • Tabletop/Indoor Car Boot Sale


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

    • You Can Help


      Our students need your support.

    • International Year of Light


      A level Physics students attend a special lecture at the Royal Society.

    • Revenge in the Oresteia - Dr.Rosie Wyles


      Talk to Greek and Latin students on the varied themes of revenge in the Oresteia trilogy by Aeschylus.

    • Geography Teaser


      What do these countries have in common?

    • Special Life Drawing Class


      Sunday 7 February, 11.00 am - 2.00 pm.

    • Gender Equality Petition


      I want to know my own rights, do you?

    • Maths Student of the Week – Anisa 8T


      Congratulations to Anisa in 8T for being Maths student of the week.

    • CSG Music Ensembles Concert


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

    • Sainsbury’s Active Kids Vouchers


      The promotion runs until 3 May 2016.

    • Junior Squash Half Term Camps


      For beginners, club and intermediate players – booking essential!

    • Forthcoming Dates


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

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