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    23 November 2018

    This week’s news summary:

    • CASCA News
    • Baby Banks - Y9 Charity Project
    • 80 Years On - A Commemoration of the Kindertransport
    • The Ancient Guide to Modern Life: Natalie Haynes in Conversation
    • Classics Talk: What did Greek Comedy Look Like?
    • Royal Society Young People’s Book Prize
    • Maths Student of the Week
    • Inverness Street Market
    • Forthcoming Dates

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    • CASCA News

      Published 23/11/18
      Last Chance to Order Your Christmas Tree From Us! Friday 23 November is your last chance to order your Christmas tree from us. Please place your order – don’t miss out! We are offering you the chance to buy your Christmas tree fr
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    • Baby Banks - Y9 Charity Project

      Published 23/11/18
      Year 9 Design Technology pupils have been working on a design and make a project that raises awareness of a charity of their choice. Ella and Saskia presented the main school assembly on Monday which highlighted the growing concerns of how familie
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    • 80 Years On - A Commemoration of the Kindertransport

      Published 23/11/18
      Ella (9R), Phoebe and Lillian (8C) from CSG Refugee Club and myself were invited to attend the above event. We arrived around 1:15pm. Ella had won (along with 2 others) the letter writing competition across the whole of the UK and therefore was asked
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    • The Ancient Guide to Modern Life: Natalie Haynes in Conversation

      Published 23/11/18
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    • Classics Talk: What did Greek Comedy Look Like?

      Published 23/11/18
      Last week Naomi Scott gave an engaging and insightful talk on ancient Greek theatre, more specifically, Greek Comedy. Dr Scott focused on the spirit and culture of the Greek Comedy, rather than the textual content and individual plays. This offere
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    • Royal Society Young People‚Äôs Book Prize

      Published 23/11/18
      Earlier this school year, a small group of year 7 and 8 students formed a judging panel for the Royal Society Young Person Book Prize. This involved them reading the six shortlisted books, rating them across a range of criteria, and then coming to a
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    • Maths Student of the Week

      Published 23/11/18
      Afsana 11C- Excellent work ethic and a consistently positive attitude. Well Done!
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    • Inverness Street Market

      Published 23/11/18
      Dear Friends and Camdenites Camden wants to rejuvenate and restore their council-owned markets, which is great news especially as their aim is to support local small businesses with a focus on community and sustainability. It would be fantastic if
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    • Forthcoming Dates

      Published 23/11/18
      Please note that the dates/times noted below are subject to change.   NOVEMBER 2018   Tuesday 27 Y9 x 40 Technology workshops at the V&A Museum Y11 Dance teacher additional session, 12.30pm-1.30pm   Wednesday 28
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