Tunes for Charity
Mindful of the power of music to bring solace and foster community in challenging times, Shreya in year 12 brought her local neighbourhood together for a charity concert, aiming to raise £100 for Mental Health UK.
Global city: international magazine launch
The International Committee has been working hard on a magazine to celebrate internationalism at CLSG.
World class team? Not up for debate
CLSG debaters took the Dutch Schools Debating Competition – their first in the world schools format – by storm, with Anoushka, Sawda, and Niamh (all year 12), Inji (year 10), and Eliza (year 9) ending two long days debating as winners of the Novice Finals.
Public speaking success
Congratulations to Mila in year 12, who was the winner of the Worshipful Company of Educators’ Public Speaking Competition.
Many congratulations to Noor in year 12 who has been awarded one of this year's prestigious Arkwright Scholarships.
Year 7 humanities challenge: how has migration shaped our world?
Congratulations to all year 7 students so engaged so enthusiastically in this term's joint humanities challenge. Charged with the question 'How has migration shaped our world?', each form took on the role of different departments of the International Organisation for Migration and they explored the issue of migration from different viewpoints.
City of London Virtual School
Andrew Russell, the head of City of London Virtual School, which caters for young people in care recently addressed the sixth form.
An iGEM of a project
Congratulations to Ela, Lucza, Isabella, Milla, Kaavya, and Arabella (year 13), who together with a team from CLS. won a silver medal at the 2020 iGEM competition for a fascinating project on the effects of chemical pollution on the Thames' eel populations
Something afoot for anti-bullying week
On Friday 20 November, in honour of National Anti-Bullying Week, students and staff put their best sock forward for Odd Socks Day, designed to celebrate the uniqueness and individuality of humankind.