Collaboration changes everything
Work on the long-awaited year 8 feature film, This Changes Everything, continues apace, with the drama department recruiting help from their D Floor friends in art and music for some creative set and soundtrack additions
A dramatic journey: GCSE and A Level drama
Special congratulations to our GCSE and A-Level drama cohorts, who have battled on through disruptions and cancellations to perform practical components of their courses.
Around the world in 80 powerpoints
Fancy a trip to Mexico City? How about Buenos Aires?
Music to our ears: year 10 Young Leaders
This week, year 10 had the second in their series of Young Leaders workshops. The aim of these sessions is to learn how to lead music workshops for primary school children.
City at Six The Musical
On Monday, we welcomed West End and Broadway creative Lucy Moss to our second City@6 of the term.
Joke fest: MOATfest hosts stand-up stars
"Another outdoor event? You're having a laugh".
RADA Shakespeare Awards
We can't get enough of the Bard here at City. On 28 April, 17 year 9 drama students and year 13 drama scholar, Zara, performed two of Shakespeare's speeches to tutors from RADA as part of the Academy’s Shakespeare awards.
City@6: Shami Chakrabarti
Head Girl Ishara has already been busy in her new role. On 26 April, she compered the Q+A with barrister, human rights activist, and politician Shami Chakrabarti, following the latter's insightful City@6 address.
A silver lining of the recent shift to online debating has been the ability to participate in international competitions such as Nordic Schools. With a team of year 9 and year 10 students facing mostly year 12 and 13 competitors, we were relatively modest in our ambitions, so it was a lovely surprise to reach the quarter-finals and to do so as the top-ranked team!