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    02 October 2020

    This week’s news summary:

    • CASCA News
    • Black History Month 2020
    • Geography Trip
    • Maths Student of the Week
    • Walking for Homelessness
    • Camden - Local News
    • Free Adult Learning Courses
    • NHS News

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    • CASCA News

      Dear Parents, Today CASCA is launching a hugely important and urgent fundraising campaign for CSG.   20 for 2020 We are asking that CSG families pitch in to help address the impact of Covid on available CASCA funds in our 20 for
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    • Black History Month 2020

      We are running a Black History Month competition… To celebrate Black History Month we would like you to choose your black history hero. It could be a politician, actor, writer, musician, activist, athlete… anyone who inspires you. Yo
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    • Geography Trip

      Last Tuesday was the autumn equinox, an important day for geographers all over the world, because whether we were penguins or polar bears or elephants, we all experienced 12 hours daylight and 12 hours night.  Now the nights are drawing in. L
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    • Maths Student of the Week

      Lea 11M- For being the most prolific user of Hegarty for maths revision in 11-1 and for working hard in lessons. Well done!
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    • Walking for Homelessness

      We, three students at Oxford and Bristol University (two ex CSG students!) have recently completed a 54 mile sponsored walk over 2 days to raise money for the Oxford based charity Aspire which focuses on Homelessness prevention and relief.  As y
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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. Please check the article below for more information.
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    • Camden - Local News

      Free adult learning courses start from 28 September!

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    • NHS News

      To ensure the NHS can continue to deliver the best care for local people during the winter and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, several temporary changes to health services for children and young people have been announced. These temporary changes came
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