28 April 2017

    This week’s news summary:

    • CASCA – Thank you and congratulations!
    • Parent Governor Vacancies
    • Updating Home Information
    • Project M Press Release – 25 April
    • Classics Talk: Gods and Justice in the Odyssey
    • In Search of the French Revolution - Paris Trip
    • Art Department Trip to Barcelona
    • We Need Your Old Phones Please!
    • Care Packages for the Homeless - A plea for Help!
    • Feeding Camden
    • Sainsbury’s Active Kids Vouchers
    • Forthcoming Dates
    • CASCA News


      Thank you and congratulations!

    • Parent Governor Vacancies


      There is currently a vacancy for a governor who is linked with the parent body.

    • Updating Home Information


      It is extremely important that the school has up to date information on its database for all students. 

    • Project M Press Release – 25 April


      Camden School for Girls has experiment performed at leading UK science facility.

    • Classics Talk: Gods and Justice in the Odyssey


      Students and staff from four schools attended, some of whom have been attending our after-school GCSE Greek programme.

    • In Search of the French Revolution - Paris Trip


      The whole trip helped us understand our French Revolution history topic better, bringing it to life in a meaningful way.

    • Art Department Trip to Barcelona


      Many thanks to all the students for making the trip so memorable for all the right reasons.

    • We Need Your Old Phones Please!


      Needed for our exciting project with the BBC micro:bit.

    • Care Packages for the Homeless - A plea for Help!


      If you can spare any of these items please leave them at reception for the attention of Jenny Man.

    • Feeding Camden


      Our school is supporting a project called Feeding Camden.

    • Sainsbury’s Active Kids Vouchers


      Only 1 more week until this promotion finishes.

    • Forthcoming Dates


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

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