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    01 May 2020

    This week’s news summary:

    • Headteacher’s News
    • Lockdown Cuisine
    • Students in Lockdown
    • Campaigning in Lockdown
    • Y9 Responses to Shepard Fairey Artwork
    • Visual Diaries
    • English Poetry Unit
    • Former Student News
    • Support for Camden Veolia Team

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    • Headteacher’s News

      As we approach the end of the second week of the Summer Term I have been discussing with colleagues how long ago 20th March seems. That was the last day we had the whole school open, and so much has changed since then. Our students have shown how ada
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    • Lockdown Cuisine

      KS3 have been sharing a range of dishes they have been making for their families whilst on lockdown. Here are just a few to inspire you to get creative in the kitchen. Many thanks to all the pupils who shared their lockdown cuisine photos with their
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    • Students in Lockdown

      Please continue to send your pictures of anything you have done over the past few weeks that you would like to share. We love to hear from you. This week's selection: I have been building dens, one in my bedroom and one in the woods, Kitty
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    • Campaigning in Lockdown

      Millie 8C has been busy campaigning during the enforced lockdown, integrating her passion for the environment with her learning, by writing to our local MP (and Labour leader): Dear Keir Starmer, I know this is a time of hardship but I think th
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    • Y9 Responses to Shepard Fairey Artwork

      ‘Hope’ artist Shepard Fairey has made a new series of freely downloadable posters to celebrate the bravery of healthcare workers. Here are some Year 9 responses to his work, please also see the attachment below for more. Another fa
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    • Visual Diaries

      These fantastic self portraits are by Zoe, Ines, Tanima and Klara in Year 8. The girls are working on a project called Visual Diaries to record life in lockdown. These are 4 of my favourites from a wonderful range of artworks submitted so far. Well d
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    • English Poetry Unit

      A picture of Inaaya’s (8M) harvest poem for English, one of the first tasks of the new online poetry unit. A wonderful example of taking pride and putting effort in your work!
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    • Former Student News

      Olivia left Camden School for Girls in 2014 into further education and graduated from the University of York with a first class honours in Music. During these trying time Olivia decided to put on a concert for her street, playing the harp and sing
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    • Support for Camden Veolia Team

      A smile goes a long way…   Say thank you to the teams collecting your recycling and rubbish, and keeping Camden’s streets clean and safe, by drawing a smiling sun and displaying it in your window for the whole street to see. L
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