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    • Macmillan Cancer Support Coffee Morning

      Friday 15 October 11 - 2pm

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    • Summer School - August 2021

      We held a week-long Summer School to prepare year 7 students for the transition to year 8.

      The week consisted of a blend of academic education and enrichment activities, supporting attending pupils in making up for some of their missed education over the pandemic. 

      Students said they thoroughly enjoyed the week with most stating that the experience made them feel more confident about returning to school. Pupils that attended enjoyed meeting new teachers and making new friends, as well as getting opportunities to work on a wide variety of activities from drama, maths problem-solving to basketball. They have also created a fantastic mural to commemorate 150 years since the founding of the school and in recognition of this extraordinary period in the school’s history.

      ‘It was helpful that some of the activities were held in parts of the school our year had not had access to in the previous academic year, because it made me a little more familiar with the school. Cooking/baking the pizza rolls was a lot of fun to do. It was also very nice to have a choice (on Thursday) between what activities we could take part in! The week was a lot of fun! - Maja Y8 

      Overall it was a really enjoyable week for all involved and the teachers were all incredibly impressed with how hardworking and engaged all the pupils were!

      Well done!

      Ms Ronayne
      Summer School Coordinator  

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    • Excellent results for Camden School for Girls!

      Year Eleven students at Camden School for Girls have achieved an outstanding set of examination results. 16% Grade 9 (National 7.4%) 90% 9-4 in both English and mathematics 81% 9-5 in both English and mathematics Grade ranges across al
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    • World Book Day

      Design a National Book Token competition for World Book Day

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    • Royal Academy of Arts Young Artist exhibition

      We are delighted that Matilda 8C has had one of her paintings accepted into the Royal Academy Young Artist exhibition! One of her drawings will also be in the online exhibition. Please see below her wonderful pieces of artwork.
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    • Become a Physics Teacher

      Join our virtual twilight event to find out more about Physics Teacher Training with NMAPS   Our virtual event will give you the opportunity to hear about training with the National Mathematics and Physics SCITT (NMAPS) and specifically
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    • Kitchen Garden

      Many thanks to Ms Toman and our group of student gardeners for the work they are doing on our kitchen garden, just behind the DT area. They are growing carrots, beetroot, onion and garlic, and learning about planting, feeding and nurturing crops that we hope to be able to eat in due course!

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    • British Sociology Association A Level Essay Competition

      Linus in Year 13 has been awarded 2nd prize in this year's British Sociological Association A Level essay competition. The theme this year was; ‘The corona generation? Using your sociological imagination, examine how COVID-19 may ch
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    • Music Lessons

      Many students paused their music lessons during lockdown - so our instrumental and singing teachers are on the lookout for more students. Here are a selection of our teachers demonstrating their instruments. If you are interested in learning one of t
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    • Y11 Poetry

      Year 11 GCSE students were asked to write a poem in response to studying the Love and Relationships cluster for the English literature exam.     A flower blossoms in the winter. The sharp cold December air is shunned by its warm
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    • International Women's Day 8 March 2021

      International Women’s Day - Design & Technology’s look at Invisible Women Year 10 students in Design and Technology have been learning about ergonomics and anthropometrics in design,  focussing on the necessity for challenging
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    • World Book Day 2021

      THE CHALLENGE!   Our Year 8s were set a challenge to create an imaginative image of a key moment in any dystopian story!  This might be from a novel, and idea from something they had done in class or from a dystopian film they had see
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