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Rev Rumens
28 May 2021

Farewell, Reverend Katharine Rumens

Reverend Katharine Rumens - who will be a familiar face to many after twenty years as Rector at our neighbouring St. Giles - retired last week

Year 11 celebrations
28 May 2021

Celebrating year 11!

On Wednesday, we celebrated the end of both Year 11's assessments and their time in the senior school.

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14 May 2021

Help with exams

Grays Inn
12 May 2021

Joint junior school with CLS opening Sept 2022

We are delighted to announce that, together with City of London School, we will be opening a junior school for girls and boys aged between 7 and 11 in September 2022.

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28 April 2021

New head girl team

Congratulations to the new Head Girl Team, who were voted in this week!

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19 April 2021

World heritage celebration

To celebrate World Heritage Day on 18 April, some year 12s organised a virtual trip around the world! Students were able to visit some incredible World Heritage Sites from Argentina to Kosovo to Bangladesh and learn about their cultural importance. Click here to see what was on the itinerary and enjoy a much-needed holiday!

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14 April 2021

Race equality review published

Last autumn, together with City of London School, we commissioned an independent reviewer to scrutinise every aspect of school life through the lens of race equality.

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26 March 2021

House music 2021

Congratulations to all Houses for rising to the challenge for this year's virtual House Music, and ending this term with a (rhythmic) bang! Although whole houses were unable to gather together in the main hall, there was certainly no shortage of house spirit. Vocal, instrumental, solo, and House song entries were all filmed in advance and broadcast simultaneously to form rooms, from which chants could be heard ricocheting across B floor corridors at truly impressive volume.

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26 March 2021

Great job, careers committee!

City hosted a series of informative, virtual talks this week about careers ranging from law and journalism to finance or medicine. So far, so usual. But this time, they were entirely student-organised by our sixth form Careers Committee!