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Carshalton High School for Girls

Carshalton High School for Girls

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

School News

Welcome to our School News page.  Here you can keep up-to-date with everything that has been taking place at Carshalton High School for Girls.

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  • 09/04/19

    Book Pixies

    As part of CHSG Book Pixies project, whose motto is ‘Take me, Read me, Leave me’, student volunteers had been dropping books into wards of the local Children's hospital and various locations in the Carshalton area. #CHSGBookPixies dropped books outside Rushy Mea...
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  • 09/04/19

    Romeo & Juliet

    On a wet and windy night, 180 students and 20 members of staff went to the 'Playing Shakespeare' Deutsche Bank's 2019 production of 'Romeo and Juliet' at the open-air  Globe Theatre. This is a GCSE English Literature set text so many of our students were keen to see a liv...
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  • 08/04/19

    National Storytelling Week

    National Storytelling Week theme this year was Fantastic Females. We celebrated strong female characters, real and fictional during lessons. Sixth Formers learned of female role models, MFL told fairy tales in foreign languages and all departments mentioned a leading strong female from w...
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  • 08/04/19

    Royal Courts of Justice

    On the trip to the Royal Courts of Justice on 8th March we had the opportunity to look around at the different rooms within the court and the guide explained the different functions of these rooms as well as the history of the building. The basis of the trip was a ‘Question Time...
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  • 08/04/19

    Act of Kindness

    We are very proud of Emily and her kindness to patients who need donors like her.
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  • 08/04/19

    Global Citizens Club

    On 15th March, me and other members of the Global Citizens Club marched down to the office of our local MP, Tom Brake, on our lunch break. We handed Tom a petition of over 300 signatures, requesting that he raise our concerns on environmental issues in Parliament. Tom was happy to talk to...
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  • 08/04/19

    Gardeners Wanted!

    Wanted: Do you have green fingers? We need student help to look after the flower beds and garden areas. From designers, to gardeners, to fundraisers, there are plenty of things you can do to help. Please see Mrs Stangroom in B3 or your form
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  • 08/04/19

    Big Battery Hunt

    The Green Prefects have been working on litter and closing door campaigns this half term. Look out for the posters on doors and bins around the school. A new inter-house, inter-year competition has been launched for Years 7 & 8 over the Easter break to collect used batteries for recyc...
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  • 08/04/19

    Tom Brake Supports Students

    Recently in Citizenship we have been creating campaigns on local issues in our community. As part of this, our class contacted our local MP, Tom Brake, inviting him into CHSG to answer questions we had about our local area. My group’s campaign was about raising awareness of foodbanks in...
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  • 08/04/19

    My Wellbeing Day

    Wellbeing day is a day to focus on ourselves and how the way we live and the things we do can also affect our later lives. During form time that day we were discussing what we would like to do with our lives and what we want as careers and how we wanted to live our lives after school. I talke...
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  • 08/04/19

    Barrister's Seminar

    I visited The  Inner Temple in London for a Barristers’ Seminar. We listened to Judge Tan Ikram on his journey to becoming a barrister and then a judge, which was very insightful. We enjoyed a really posh lunch and had the opportunity to speak to barristers during the meal...
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  • 08/04/19

    Yoga & SEAD Health

    Every year citizenship students in Year 9 take part in the ‘WE Day’ project, with the chance to win tickets to the actual event. WE Day is a celebration of young people making a difference in their local and global communities. WE Schools is the year long programme that nurtures compa...
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