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  • Black Lives Matter

    Published 08/06/20

    An open letter from Jenny Brown, Headmistress

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  • Sixth formers volunteer during lockdown

    Published 18/05/20

    18-24 May is Mental Health Awareness Week, and this year's theme is kindness. Our wonderful Sixth Formers have been continuing to demonstrate their community spirit and care for others by undertaking a range of volunteering activities in lockdown.

    You can read a few examples of what they have been up to below.

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  • VE Day Singalong

    Published 12/05/20

    On Friday, the nation marked the 75th anniversary of VE Day from home. 
     

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  • PE Department take on the 2.6 Challenge

    Published 07/05/20

    On Sunday 26 April, the London Marathon was due to take place (now postponed until October). With many charities finding this a tough time to raise money, and the London Marathon being such an important day for fundraising, the idea of the two point six challenge was born.

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  • Black & White Photography Challenge

    Published 05/05/20

    During the Easter break, the Art department invited pupils to take part in a black and white photography challenge.

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  • Pupils perform in debut Virtual Concert

    Published 01/05/20

    We are excited to share with you our first virtual concert, including performances by students that were recorded at home.

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  • Sophia wins UK German Olympics Competition

    Published 30/04/20

    We are delighted to announce that Year 11 pupil Sophia has won the Goethe Institute's UK German Olympics Competition.

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  • Economics pupils write about global response to COVID-19

    Published 29/04/20

    Year 13 Economics pupils were set the task of bringing together a flavour of what is going on around the world, with a view to both informing the reader as well as providing a focus for many conversations. Together they have created this document: Perspectives on the Policy Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic.

    The pupils were given the freedom to choose their own area of special interest and develop a perspective by reading around the topic. They were encouraged to explore a journalistic writing style when presenting their work. I hope you find something that catches your attention!

    Mr Kanwar, Head of Economics, Teacher of Mathematics  
     

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  • Law Society takes advocacy online

    Published 28/04/20

    In these unusual times of lockdown, CLSG Law Society has not been deterred from consolidating its London-leading position in advocacy.  

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  • 100% of Year 3 and 4 pupils achieve distinction in LAMDA examination

    Published 27/04/20

    Just before the start of the remote summer term, the Prep Department received some morale-boosting news. The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) had awarded Years and 3 and 4 a ‘Full House’ of Distinctions in their LAMDA Examinations. 

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  • Working in partnership

    Published 24/04/20

    This week Mrs Brown, Headmistress, received an email from Highbury Fields School, asking whether CLSG had any spare laptops they could borrow so that their pupils could access their remote learning provision.

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  • First squares of u-knity blanket are joined together

    Published 23/04/20

    Last month, Headmistress Mrs Brown launched a  whole-school U-knity Blanket Challenge. The project is open to all members of the school community, and the aim is to knit a square (roughly 15cm x 15cm) in any colour. 

    All of the squares will be joined together to make a blanket when we return to school in real-time. This will eventually be made into smaller blankets, to be donated to a charity chosen by members of the U-knity Knitting Group. A small section will be kept at school for posterity.

    Pupils and teachers have been busy knitting, and photographs of the first few squares have been digitally knitted together in the image above. We can't wait to see the finished piece!

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