Year 9 student Jiyaa came away from the day reflecting that "interviewing and presenting news articles in [Amy Hitchcock's] field is challenging at times but definitely a rewarding experience" and thinking of "the plethora of career options that were linked to the field of Music, and also how a creative subject is always valued in any occupation!"
City girls in the arts
Year 8 play around with film
Filming of the year 8 play, This Changes Everything, carries on apace. Head of Drama, Mr Whyld has been "bowled over by the ingenuity, creativity, sheer hard work and passion put into what I call 'The Oil Rig' film. Talk about making the best of a very difficult situation - I am in awe of year 8 and their director, Mrs Mapstone."
One lockdown more? Year 12 CLS/CLSG singers
Year 12 singers in both schools have been hard at work on a joint choral project. It will eventually be a two-part mash-up medley, but we are delighted to share a preview with you now! Part one is based around 'One Day More' from Les Miserables, but there is also a teaser line from the other mystery musical which finds its way in during this part... can you spot it?
Afternoon chari-tea: Mission recipe book
It is a truth universally acknowledged that bake sales are the backbone of school fundraising. As Covid and its friends lockdown 1, 2, and 3 came along, of course, this became impossible, leaving everybody had no choice but to make their own individual banana breads.