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    03 July 2020

    This week’s news summary:

    • CASCA News
    • Y7 Maths
    • Reading Achievement
    • Gown Making for Royal Free Hospital Trust
    • Music in Lockdown
    • Close Reading Competition
    • Black Lives Matter - from the school archives
    • Free School Meals in England
    • Camden - Local News
    • Camden Summer University

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    • CASCA News

      I hope that you are all safe, well and are managing with this ‘new normal’ way of life. Please find attached the Annual Report for 2019-20 and the Income and Expenditure Report. We have had a very positive year to our fundraising, a
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    • Y7 Maths

      In Maths, Year 7 have studied the topic of Ratio. At the end of the topic, students were asked to draw a Mind Map. Mind maps are a useful revision tool as they summarise a topic on one page. Why don't you try to draw a Mind Map after your next
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    • Reading Achievement

      Year 7 students have an English lesson each week devoted to individual reading.  Students are encouraged to borrow books from the library at an appropriate level and read as much as possible at home.  To give this some structure, all stu
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    • Gown Making for Royal Free Hospital Trust

      Paddy Y11 has been volunteering at the NHS gown making for Royal Free Hospital trust - including chatting to Eddie Redmayne when he visited to help out. Well done Paddy!
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    • Music in Lockdown

      When lockdown began, musical life as we know it came to a pause. Over the past months many students will have found that the regular musical activities that they enjoyed are now missing from their new routines. The sound of hundreds of CSG students r
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    • Close Reading Competition

      Joint Runner-up: Emmy, Year 12 Every year, the English and Media Centre runs a competition for Sixth Form students. The competition invites students to make a close analysis of a prose extract. This year, the passage was the opening of The Tenant of
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    • Black Lives Matter - from the School Archives

      During the Lockdown, I have been working on the school archives, which are housed in a specially adapted room underneath the bell tower.  This week, I came across the article below in a school magazine dated 30 March 1930 and given the current s
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    • Free School Meals in England

      Many families are entitled to free school meals but are not claiming this support. Free school meals support in the form of supermarket vouchers or food parcels will be provided over the summer holidays for all children who are registered for free sc
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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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    • Camden Summer University

      Camden Summer University is offering summer courses this year and although it is not the usual number of courses we offer and is much smaller, we are still proud that we are able to offer courses to young people during these hard times. We are off
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