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    13 July 2018

    This week’s news summary:

    • Headteacher’s News
    • CASCA News
    • CRY-BABY
    • DT Friday Fruity News
    • Year 8 at the British Museum
    • Art Trip to the National Gallery
    • Girls’ Football Club with Arsenal Football Coach
    • New Views Competition
    • Y12 Classics trip to Oxford
    • Senior Prefect Weekend to Wales
    • Backstage at the National Theatre
    • Poet in Residence Inspires CSG Writers
    • Maths Student of the Week
    • Forthcoming Dates

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    • Headteacher’s News

      Published 13/07/18

      This week: School Improvement Plan, End of Term Concert, Mary Kavanagh

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    • CASCA News

      Published 13/07/18

      We need you urgently!

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    • CRY-BABY

      Published 13/07/18
      We are so excited to invite you all to come and see 'CRY-BABY' - with catchy songs like Nobody Gets Me, A Whole Lot Worse and Squeaky Clean - this year's spectacular whole school musical!  Written by the team behind Hairspray and
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    • DT Friday Fruity News

      Published 13/07/18
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    • Year 8 at the British Museum

      Published 13/07/18
      Last week, the whole of year 8 got on the bus and whizzed down to the British Museum to look at the UK's finest Greek and Roman collections. In particular, they were investigating Greek vase painting. They had already learnt about various Gree
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    • Art Trip to the National Gallery

      Published 13/07/18
      Last Thursday and Friday Year 8 went on a trip to the National Gallery with the Art Department. We were shown around some of the rooms by the gallery's specialist educators and asked to guess what various paintings were about. We looked at lot
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    • Girls’ Football Club with Arsenal Football Coach

      Published 13/07/18
      Our students have flourished in their football club this year, supported by Arsenal coach Rebecca. Rebecca has been impressed with their commitment and wrote to us as follows:   ‘I wanted to say thanks to you and the girls for yesterday
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    • New Views Competition

      Published 13/07/18
      Earlier on this term, we were thrilled to announce that Sol and Star in Year 12 had been shortlisted for the prestigious New Views competition at the National Theatre https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/learning/schools/secondary-and-fe/new-views 
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    • Y12 Classics Trip to Oxford

      Published 13/07/18
      Last week, several students from the Latin A level class visited Oxford. The trip to the Ashmolean was very rewarding and learning how different coins could have such an impact on our understanding of Roman culture fascinating. The manuscript that
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    • Senior Prefect Weekend to Wales

      Published 13/07/18
      On Friday 15 June, the new senior prefect team set forth on a weekend adventure to the far off land of Machynlleth, Wales, seeking to cultivate new and old friendships, build teamwork skills and develop a sense of leadership that would define their r
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    • Backstage at the National Theatre

      Published 13/07/18
      On 12 July, our Year 12 Drama class were incredibly fortunate to be taken on a backstage tour of the National Theatre. Not only did we find out fascinating facts about the genesis of the NT during the tour, we were also able to explore the backsta
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    • Poet in Residence Inspires CSG Writers

      Published 13/07/18
      For the second year running, the English Department has been very lucky to have Jane Duran as poet in residence. Jane was brought up in the United States and Chile, moving to England in 1966 after graduating from Cornell University. The themes of sil
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