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Welcome to the Carshalton High School for Girls website.  Thank you for your interest in our school.

Carshalton High School for Girls is a highly successful school, judged by Ofsted in November 2017 as ‘Good’ in all categories.

We are an inclusive learning community that puts excellence, achievement, respect and care at the heart of everything we do.  These principles are reflected in our Safeguarding Statement and summed up in our core values of Community, Harmony, Success and Growth.

The aim of this website is to give you a range of information about the school, as well as a flavour of daily life and the vast range of opportunities available for our learners.  Should there be any information you are unable to find, please do not hesitate to contact us.  We will be happy to help.
 
 
 

 


    Latest News and Events

    • In the lead up to Christmas staff responded to an appeal by Queen Mary's Hospital for Children for donations of toys and books for  those children who were unfortunate enough to have to spend Christmas Day on their a ward.


    • CHSG British Values Quiz Week Commencing 15th Jan

    • Parents and carers of Sixth Form students are invited to a Parents’ Evening on Thursday 25th January from 4.30pm to 7.30pm.


    • The CHSG Word of the Week beginning 15th January is PRODUCTIVE.


    • The CHSG Thought for the Week commencing 15th January is...


    • The current position regarding CHSG joining what will be the 'Girls’ Learning Trust' (currently the 'Nonsuch and Wallington Education Trust') is as follows.


    • CHSG offers a wide choice of wonderful extracurricular opportunities throughout the school year.


    • The Spring Term is a key time for Year 11 students as they undertake their final preparations for their GCSE examinations.


    • The Star Reading assessment is part of the Accelerated Reader programme which assists in supporting and enhancing students' literacy skills.
       

    • Sixth Form Open Evening took place on the 3rd November


    • Parents and carers of Year 8 students are invited to a Parents’ Evening on Thursday 18th January from 4.30pm to 7.30pm.


    • Following on from Anti Bullying Week Year 8 have been thinking about ways to be Kind and how Kindness can be rewarded.


    • Since the beginning of October 30 of Year 10s keenest readers, identified by Mrs Devaney, Year Leader, and the English department, have been involved in a Paired Reading Project. 


    • Year 9 have completed all of their GCSE taster courses and have made a great start to the academic year. 


    • Year 7 have made a fantastic start to the Year and we are very impressed with how they have adjusted to the increased pressures and demands of Secondary School.


    • Foreign Language Spelling Bee is a competition for students in Year 7 to practise and improve their vocabulary, spelling and memory skills in a foreign language (French, German or Spanish).


    • Translation Bee is a competition for students in Years 8 & 9 to build on the modern foreign languages work they did in Year 7. 


    • The CHSG Word of the Week commencing 8th January is Diversity


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