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  • Sponsored Walk

    Published 26/06/17

    Friday's Sponsored Walk from Hampton Court to Kew Gardens was a huge success, with the girls completing an impressive 11 miles, alongside boys from City of London School.

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  • A visit to the Japanese House

    Published 26/06/17

    Year 7 and 8 Art groups visited The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945 at the Barbican Art Gallery earlier this month.

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  • Graduate Exhibition at Central St Martins

    Published 23/06/17

    A group of Year 12 A Level DT students visited the Graduate exhibition at Central St Martins on Wednesday 21 June.

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  • Leadership Day

    Published 20/06/17

    On Thursday 15 June, prefects from the six City schools came to CLSG for Leadership Day. 

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  • Russian group visit

    Published 19/06/17

    On Thursday 15 June, a group of Russian students on a study visit to London and to Islington Centre for English, came to visit the school. Upon arrival, they were given a talk about the UK education system and discussed similarities and differences with Russia.

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  • 11+ Open Evening: Thursday 22 June 2017

    Published 15/06/17
    Our next 11+ Open Evening takes place on Thursday 22 June There is no need to book places in advance - just turn up! The Open Evening is an opportunity for your whole family to visit City and hear from students and teachers about all Cit
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  • Limited Reception places available at new City school

    Published 14/06/17

    Limited Reception places are still available at City of London Primary Academy Islington, starting September 2017. 

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  • UCAS Morning

    Published 13/06/17

    Year 12 returned to school yesterday, after their AS study leave, for UCAS morning. They started the day by setting up their UCAS accounts and beginning to fill in the key details. They then had a talk from an admissions advisor from Durham University who went through some of the dos, don'ts and common pitfalls of UCAS personal statements. This was followed by a personal statement workshop where the students put pen to paper and got down those challenging first few lines.

    Sally Pym, Acting Head of Careers

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  • Junior House Debate

    Published 09/06/17

    Year 8 students took part in the Junior House Debate on Wednesday, when they were asked to argue whether the scientist is more important that the artist. 

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  • Year 8 trip to Stubbers

    Published 09/06/17

    On Monday, Year 8 visited Stubbers Adventure Centre in Essex for their end of Lower School trip. The girls took part in four activities across the day, including archery and climbing.

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  • Prep annual summer outing

    Published 08/06/17

    Yesterday, Prep visited Hampton Court Palace on our annual summer outing. Luckily, the weather was fantastic considering how wet it had been on Tuesday! After a fairly long coach journey there, we arrived and after posing for a group picture in front of the palace, we split off into our groups to explore the grounds and palace.

    We explored William III's apartments, which were very lavish, Henry VIII's apartments, which were also very decadent, Henry's kitchens and the wine cellar, to name but a few. The kitchens were particularly fascinating as there were live demonstrations of Tudor cooking methods. The girls enjoyed turning the spit roast over a huge fire to help cook two very large beef joints. We all enjoyed exploring the rose garden, privy garden and kitchen garden, where lots of gardeners were busy harvesting fruit and vegetables to sell in the shop. After enjoying a tasty ice cream, we headed back to the coaches ready to travel back to CLSG, tired but exhilarated after a lovely day.

    Charlotte Luddington, Preparatory Teacher

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  • Year 7 independent learning project

    Published 26/05/17

    Last week, Year 7 completed an independent learning project on the theme of 'Time'. The girls worked in small groups throughout the week, carrying out research and recording their findings in a log book.

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