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    05 June 2020

    This week’s news summary:

    • Headteacher’s News
    • Students in Lockdown
    • Message from Head Girl Team
    • Head Girl Team Election
    • Sport and Mental Health
    • RA Young Artists’ Summer Show
    • Y8 Concept / Mind Maps
    • African immigrants in Tudor England
    • An Anthology of Strength
    • Y7 English – Poetry
    • Y9 Pop Art
    • Camden - Local News

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    • Headteacher’s News

      Welcome to our first Friday News after half term. It’s a real bumper edition this time with lots to enjoy. Once again, we see our students being creative, thoughtful and concerned about the wider world. You may be in lockdown, but you are still
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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 selection: Kitty 7R - has been keeping fit with her family doing a 13.5 mile bike ride aro
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    • Message from Head Girl Team

      This week: Head Girl Team elections, Panic disorders

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    • Head Girl Team Election

      Students have been working on their campaign material for this year’s Head Girl Team. Check on the links below for each candidate's details. More information will be included in Monday’s remote assembly. Deputy Head Girl Candidates
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    • Sport and Mental Health

      As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, Year 7 and 8 did some research on people showing kindness to others in sport. One task was to come up with ways in which they could show kindness to others in PE lessons. Here are some examples from Gracie,
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    • RA Young Artists’ Summer Show

      Congratulations to Honor (Year 13) whose ‘Isolation’ submission to the RA Young Artists’ Summer Show has been selected for both the online and on-site exhibitions. The RA said that they “received over 17,000 submissions in tot
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    • Y8 Mind Maps

      Mind maps are a brilliant way of organising and learning information. They can help you to break down complex information and see the connections between different ideas. Because of that, they’re not easy to do well, and a lot of people misunde
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    • African Immigrants in Tudor England

      We had set students the task of finding examples of kindness towards immigrants to the UK. The article below is from Charlotte in 9C: African immigrants in Tudor England: John Blanke Although the slave trade was emerging and racist attitudes exis
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    • An Anthology of Strength

      This is an amazing piece of work from Lamia in Y8 and a great focus on strength for these times. Ms Scott
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    • Y7 English - Poetry

      Year 7 did a unit last half term called Being a Girl. They considered what it means to be a girl in the 21st century, thought about gender stereotypes and looked at the way that shops treat girls and women by marketing toys, books and clothes in a ce
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    • Y9 Pop Art

      Ms Warner's Year 9 Art class have been creating some fantastically colourful and cathartic Pop Art in response to Roy Lichtenstein.  
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    • Camden - Local News

      The situation with coronavirus is changing daily and the Council is committed to keeping residents updated regularly with essential information. Follow the link below for more information  
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