Niamh explains, "The competition had 60 teams from 20 different countries, with many national teams from European countries as well as the USA, China and Singapore. CLSG debaters were the only British team to take part. Winning four of our first six debates, including one where we had to argue that Trump's foreign policy had done more good than harm, we made it through to the novice final, which we won, successfully defending the motion 'This House Regrets the narrative that egoism is bad' against an intimidating team from China."View gallery
World class team? Not up for debate
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.