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  • New Head Girl Team Announced!

    Published 27/03/20

    The votes have been counted and the results are in! Our new Head Girl Team is: 

    Head Girl: Caitlin 
    Deputy Head Girls: Anna and Rosa 

    In a change to our usual hustings, candidates submitted video speeches online, with staff and Sixth Form pupils voting online for their top candidate. Congratulations to the new team, and a very big well done to all of the candidates for putting themselves forward and for their brilliant  speeches.​

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  • City Gympasts Take Their Place on the Podium

    Published 20/03/20

    On Wednesday 11 March, 24 gymnasts competed in the regional round of the Acrobatics and Tumbling at Sutton High School. 

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  • Junior Maths Team Win Silver at UKMT Regional Finals

    Published 18/03/20

    On Monday 16 March, the Junior Maths Team from Year 8 and Year 9 went to City of London School for the day to compete in the UKMT Regional Finals. During the day, we competed against 25 other schools for a place in the National Finals. There were four rounds in total: Team Challenge, Crossword, Shuttle, and Relay.

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  • London Youth Games Dance Grand Final

    Published 16/03/20

    Pulse Dance Company took part in their first ever dance competition last week. The 16 students from Year 7 and 8 competed in the London Youth Games grand finals at the Copper Box Arena. This was a fantastic venue with 25 schools from 25 boroughs taking part. 

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  • World Book Week

    Published 13/03/20

    'International' was the theme for our week long celebration of books and reading this year. Each House organised a competition based on international fiction.

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  • Ariella Cast in New Film

    Published 10/03/20

    Congratulations to Year 10 student Ariella who appears in the forthcoming film Radioactive starring Rosamund Pike, in cinemas from 20 March.

    The film is a journey through Marie Curie’s (Pike) enduring legacies – her passionate relationships, scientific breakthroughs, and the consequences that followed for her and for the world. Ariella plays Irene Curie, Marie's daughter.

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  • Joint Chamber Concert with City of London Freemen's School

    Published 06/03/20

    St James’s Church Piccadilly was the venue for our annual Joint Chamber Music Concert last Friday, when 27 of our talented instrumentalists from Years 7-13 joined players from the City of London Freemen’s School.

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  • International Week of Languages: Year 7 Challenge

    Published 06/03/20

    As part of our celebration of the International Week of Languages, all pupils in Year 7 took part in a linguistics challenge. Working in teams, the students had to solve a series of problems in languages that they might not have come across before. The pupils also marked places on a map of the world to show the languages they speak, and the countries that their families come from.

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  • VEX Robotics Finals Triumph!

    Published 05/03/20

    Last week, four of our robotics teams headed to Telford for the UK National Championships for VEX Robotics and VEX IQ Competitions, where they competed against over 100 teams from schools across the United Kingdom. 

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  • Year 12 Pupils Win Climate Change Video Competition

    Published 03/03/20

    Each year a student video competition is organised by the Political Studies Association, in partnership with YouGov.

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  • Finding Connections: Collaborative Year 8 Independent Learning Project

    Published 28/02/20

    A unique collaboration between English, Music and the Library enabled Year 8 pupils to spend all of Thursday finding connections between Sylvia Plath' s short story Superman, Paula Brown's New Snowsuit, and contemporary instrumental music that illustrated the themes and ideas of the text. Students also completed a FOSIL research journal and had to devise a playlist, as well as create a video of a reading of part of the text with a musical example. 

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  • Law Society Lunchtime Talk

    Published 27/02/20

    On Tuesday, members of the Law Society were treated to an informative and engaging talk by Adam Solomon QC, who specialises in the fields of Commercial and Employment Law. Mr Solomon provided valuable insight into his journey from journalism to civil advocacy, as well as telling us about his unique experience in the British Virgin Islands' courts.

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