Please see the school news below.
Girls Perform a Sell-out Performance at Shakespeare's GlobePosted: 07/11/13
Students at City of London School for Girls were given the opportunity to perform on one of the world’s most prestigious stages this autumn term when they performed The Merry Wives of Windsor at Shakespeare’s Globe, Monday 4th November. The performace was a fantastic opportunity for the girls to showcase their talents alongside some students from CLS and the audience was treated to a hilarious rendition of the comedy. All staff, students and parents should be commended on their efforts in making the event such a success. Make sure you read more in the upcoming edition of City Life.
The Merry Wives of Winsdor UpdatePosted: 24/10/13
The Merry Wives of Windsor rehearsals are continuing over the mid-term break, with excitement steadily building as the performance draws near.
The weather for the evening looks promising, with temperatures higher than average for this time of year. We will, however, continue to keep our fingers and toes crossed. There will be heat packs available for purchase on the evening.
Should you still require tickets, make sure you get in quick to ensure the best seats. Parents may purchse these via the portal. Old girls, staff and other associations of the school may purchase these by visiting www.edutickets.com.
We are very much looking forward to seeing you on the 4th of November for what we promise to be a spectacular evening!
Chef Manager of the Year AwardPosted: 24/10/13
Congratulations to our very own Fred Ockwell for being awarded “Chef Manager of the Year" at the inaugural Food Service Catey Awards on the 11th of October 2013.
CLSG at Shakespeare's GlobePosted: 08/10/13
Students at City of London School for Girls will be treading the boards on one of the world’s most prestigious stages this autumn term when they perform The Merry Wives of Windsor at Shakespeare’s Globe on Bankside for one night only. An abridged version of the bard’s comedy will feature a female Falstaff but other male roles will be played by boys from the school’s ‘brother’ school, City of London School.
GCSE grades continue excellent standard at CityPosted: 22/08/13
The school is delighted to report another year of outstanding GCSE results, maintaining City’s academic reputation. The girls have achieved 78% A* grades and 96% A* and A, which reflects their hard work and the dedication of their teachers.