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    • Just Like Us

      Two representatives from the LGBT+ charity for young people, ‘Just Like Us’ , came to our sixth form to talk about why growing up a part of the LGBT+ community can be difficult but how it can become easier. Ella and Filip, both aged 20, s
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    • SELF ESTEEM

      You may hear the people around you talk about having high or low self esteem, but what exactly is self esteem? Self Esteem: One's belief in their own self-worth and how they see themselves. It relates to self-love and confidence. Where does
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    • As You Like It

      As You Like It The sixth form production of William Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’ was a superb mixture of fine acting, inventive use of space, witty choices of music and sharp comic timing. There were outstanding performances al
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    • Food For Thought

        School Dining Hall The school catering service is run by the school.  This enables the school to respond quickly to feedback from students and staff and means that the school can offer good quality, balanced meals at a reasonable pr
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    • Sixth Form Destination 2018

      Our students continue to achieve the grades to take up places at a fantastic range of universities in a huge range of courses. This year 182 of our students secured places at 42 different universities and a further 30 of them went on to art foundatio
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    • Excellent GCSE Results

      Year Eleven students at Camden School for Girls have achieved an outstanding set of examination results. 12% Grade 9 in reformed GCSEs at Camden School for Girls beating the national figure of 4%! More details
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    • Cry-Baby

      Cry-Baby is full of glorious fifties-inspired music and costumes; it's funny, pacy and uplifting. Our students and staff put on a triumphant production of this little-known musical at the end of the summer term and left the audience in rapture
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    • Young Critics Award

      Well done to Tom, Y13, for his success in the 16-19 Critical category - highly commended for his work on 'The True Story of Eleanor Marx in Ten Parts' by Tara Bergin. Please see below for Tom’s entry: The True Story of Eleanor Mar
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    • Productions

      December 2016 - December 2017

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    • The Parliamentary Review - Press Release

      Camden School for Girls shares best practice alongside Prime Minister Theresa May in The Parliamentary Review.

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    • Solar Panels

      Check how much solar power we have generated so far!

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    • Jack Petcheys "Speak Out" Challenge

      Edie and Poppy were chosen to represent Camden School for Girls in the Jack Petchey Challenge.

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