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    19 March 2021

    • Sixth Form: The McWhirter Conference
    • Music Lessons
    • Debating News - Oxford Schools Finals
    • International Women’s Day
    • Y11 - Poetry
    • Y9 - English
    • World Book Day Challenge
    • Y10 - Macbeth
    • Mathematics Competition
    • Maths Student of the Week
    • Interested in Teaching Physics?
    • Mental Health – Weekly Tip
    • Camden - Local News
    • Joining the British Transport Police Cadets
    • Learn English in Camden

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    • Sixth Form: The McWhirter Conference

      The Ross McWhirter Foundation was set up in December 1975 and as part of the aims of the foundation to promote the principles and practice of good citizenship, Oxford university hosts yearly educational conferences for sixth formers, from both state
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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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    • Debating News - Oxford Schools Finals

      On Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th March, Year 12 students Alice and Ruben represented the school at finals weekend of the Oxford Union Schools Debating Competition. This is a very prestigious event, which sees the top 120 debating teams from around th
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    • 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 the lack of data on women. Here they writ
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    • Y11 - Poetry

      A poem written in response to studying the Love and Relationships cluster for the GCSE English literature exam. A flower blossoms in the winter. The sharp cold December air is shunned by its warmth, And as January strolls through drearily, its g
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    • Y9 - English

      Creative responses to Jane running away from Thornfield and Rochester, and finding the Rivers family, who take her in and look after her when she is in need. Well done! Ms Farrow
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    • World Book Day Challenge

      Y8’s response to the World Book Day Challenge: Create an imaginative image of a key moment in any dystopian story! This might be from a novel you have read, an idea from something we have done in class or from a dystopian film you have seen.
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    • Y10 - Macbeth

      Over half-term, Y10 students were set the challenge of devising a creative response to a moment or line in 'Macbeth'. They used a range of media - paint, pencil, collage, photographs, lego, even still image form!  Well done Year 10
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    • Mathematics Competition

      Now we are back in school, Jubaira (8C) can pick up her prize, a calculator suitable up to A level, for being the winner of the 18(!) Days of Xmas Maths Competition. Well Done! Mr Howard Head of Mathematics
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    • Maths Student of the Week

      Khadiza 8R - Excellent achievement and engagement throughout lockdown. Well Done!
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    • Interested in Teaching Physics?

       
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    • Mental Health – Weekly Tip

      Camden Learning's Health and Wellbeing Team weekly tips to promote healthy and positive wellbeing amongst the whole school community: Managing anxiety about returning to school The return to school after second lockdown indicates some progre
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