03 March 2017

    This week’s news summary:

    • CASCA – News and Forthcoming Events
    • Jewish Museum Trip on Holocaust Day
    • Y12 Politics Trip to Parliament
    • Teen Tech
    • Feeding Camden Project
    • Bouygues UK– Business Language Competition
    • Drama Department
    • Classics Talk: Why are ancient Greek Men (almost) Always Naked?
    • Semi-final of ARTiculation at the National Gallery
    • Orchestral/Ensembles Concert
    • Maths Students of the Week
    • A Call for Parents and Carers in STEM Related Careers
    • Forthcoming Dates
    • Casca News


      Table Top Sale and Quiz Night Raffle.

    • Jewish Museum Trip on Holocaust Day


      Overall the trip was fascinating because it told us a lot about people’s lives and gave us lots of good facts and evidence about the treatment of Jews during the Holocaust.

    • Y12 Politics Trip to Parliament


      The trip was very good at getting us more involved and giving us a better understanding of what we are studying.

    • Teen Tech


      Girls in STEM 2017.

    • Feeding Camden Project


      Thank you to all the girls who submitted artwork to the logo competition.

    • Bouygues UK– Business Language Competition


      This competition is accredited by Industrial Cadets at Silver and Gold level. 

    • Drama Department


      Review of Hedda Gabler.

    • Classics Talk: Why are ancient Greek Men (almost) Always Naked?


      It proved to be a thought-provoking masterclass, and one that definitely made battling the rain on the way home worth it.

    • Semi-final of ARTiculation at the National Gallery


      Lewis Duncan, a year 12 History of Art student, gave his talk on Erno Goldfinger’s 1967 Balfron Tower in the semi-final of ARTiculation at the National Gallery on Friday the 24 February.

    • Orchestral/Ensembles Concert


      It was an amazing night featuring the amazing hard-work, dedication and talent of all those who participated.

    • Maths Students of the Week – Nasra 7C and Amran 11C


      Congratulations to Nasra and Amran for being Maths students of the week.

    • A Call for Parents and Carers in STEM Related Careers


      A programme of STEM-inspired talks for its students.

    • Forthcoming Dates


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

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