26 February 2016

    This week’s news summary:

    • Headteacher’s News
    • CASCA News: Quiz Night, Unique Auction, Tabletop/Indoor Car Boot Sale
    • Reading Poetry – Beyond the Curriculum
    • Sixth Form Masterclasses Notification and Programme
    • The Art Department visit to Antwerp, Belgium
    • Horn of Africa Expert Visits Y7 Geographers
    • Design and Technology Assembly Speaker:  Alex Walker
    • Special Concert
    • Maths Student of the Week
    • Careers in Art and Design
    • Sainsbury’s Active Kids vouchers
    • Badminton
    • Forthcoming Dates
    • Headteacher’s News

      This week: Congratulations from Nick Gibb, Ensembles Concert.

    • Quiz Night

      Thursday 17 March!

    • Unique Auction – Items Wanted

      CASCA is looking for very special items to include in the auctions at the Quiz Night.

    • Tabletop/Indoor Car Boot Sale

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

    • Reading Poetry – Beyond the Curriculum

      Y11 to Y13 students.

    • Sixth Form Masterclasses Notification

      Download Spring Programme 2016.

    • Art Department Visit to Antwerp

      Art department took forty sixth form students to Antwerp - Belgium. 

    • Horn of Africa Expert Visits Y7 Geographers

      On Tuesday 23 February, 60 Year 7 geographers packed into room 26 to hear from Dr Scott Jones, an expert on the Horn of Africa. 

    • Design and Technology Assembly Speaker - Alex Walker

      Art Director and Production Designer.

    • Special Concert

      Sunday 13 March 2016, 5.30pm - St Mary's Church, Primrose Hill.

    • Maths Student of the Week – Isra 9M

      Congratulations to Isra in 9M for being Maths student of the week.

    • Careers in Art and Design

      Saturday, 5 March 11.00 – 17.00.
      For ages 16-24, free entry.

    • Sainsbury’s Active Kids Vouchers

      The promotion runs until 3 May 2016.

    • Badminton

      London Youth Games Training, Friday 7 – 8pm.

    • Forthcoming Dates

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

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