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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.

Year 11 Revision Challenge Evening

On 21st March 5.15-6.15pm we will be holding our annual ‘Up for Revision Challenge’ evening for students and parents in Year 11.

Up for Revision Challenge

This is the final opportunity we have to meet as a year group and we will be sharing crucial information about your daughter’s preparation for her GCSE examinations. This will include a comprehensive revision and exam timetable, specific revision information and how to cope with the stress of exams. We will also be presenting students with a record of achievement folder.

You will also be able to enjoy short performances showcasing the work of some of our GCSE Performing Arts students.

It is really important that Year 11 parents and students attend this event so that we can share crucial information as it will be our final opportunity for us, as a staff, to meet with you.

Schedule of events:

5.1`5pm Arrival
5.20pm Key note address: Mrs Jones (Headteacher)
5.25pm A Year Leader's Perspective: Mrs Devaney (Year 11)
5.30pm GCSE Performing Arts performance
5.40pm Study Skills: Mrs Durrett (Assistant Headteacher)
5.50pm GCSE Performing Arts performance
6.00pm Wellbeing: Mrs Durrett (Assistant Headteacher)
6.10pm Closing address: Mr Conduit-Smith (Deputy Headteacher)
6.15pm Finish

CHSG Careers Fair

The CHSG Careers Fair 2019 will also be held on Thursday 21st March from 6.30 pm so students and parents will have the opportunity to meet with local businesses and careers advisors.

We are very pleased that a number of people from a broad spectrum of careers will be present to promote and explain their career paths together with a number of agencies who can advise on career opportunities. We are inviting parents, carers and students from Years 8 - 13 to come along and meet with these professionals in order to gain an insight into their profession and what pathways they took to get there. Attending this Careers Evening may help students to make informed University choices and/or inspire them towards a future career, which in turn may influence the GCSE courses they choose.

As always, we look forward to meeting Year 11 parents and students on 21st March.

If you have any questions relating to above information please contact Mr Conduit-Smith