18 March 2016

    This week’s news summary:

    • CASCA News: Tabletop/Indoor Car Boot Sale
    • Jon Snow’s Visit
    • BBC News Report 2016
    • Sixth Form Assembly Speaker
    • Sixth Form Masterclasses
    • British Science Week
    • Paris Trip
    • Year 8 Visit to the South Bank’s Women of the World Festival
    • Geographers Learn About Shell’s Dirty Oil
    • Maths Student of the Week
    • Camden Scholarship - Last Chance to Apply
    • Volunteering Opportunity for All
    • Get into Games
    • Sainsbury’s Active Kids vouchers
    • Forthcoming Dates
    • Tabletop/Indoor Car Boot Sale


      Saturday 19 March, 2.30 - 4.30pm.

    • Jon Snow’s Visit


      11 March 2016

    • BBC News Report 2016


      Well done to the students for their hard work and effort.

    • Sixth Form News


      Assembly Speaker: 14 March - Lady Hale, Justice Supreme Court.

    • Sixth Form Masterclasses


      Download Spring Programme 2016.

    • British Science Week


      Celebrating with a poem.

    • Paris Trip


      The whole experience was highly educational but great fun too. Our thanks to all the teaching staff involved in giving us such a memorable Parisian experience.

    • Women of the World Festival


      Year 8 visit to the South Bank’s Women of the World Festival.

    • Geographers Learn About Shell’s Dirty Oil


      Guest speaker: Sophie Colyer of law firm Leigh Day.

    • Maths Student of the Week – Exaucee,10T


      Congratulations to Exaucee in 10T for being Maths student of the week.

    • Camden Scholarship - Last Chance to Apply


      Deadline: 4 April 2016.

    • Volunteering Opportunity for All


      We need young people like you for our volunteering programme.

    • Get into Games


      Easter Holiday Games Industry Experience for 14-19’s.

    • Sainsbury's Active Kids Vouchers


      The promotion runs until 3 May 2016.

    • Forthcoming Dates


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

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