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City of London School for Girls is an independent day school for girls 7-18, aiming for excellence in the education and development of young women.
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We are delighted to welcome to the school today as our Founder’s Day speaker. A fascinating and humorous talk on education and inequality
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CLSG Music Apr 15
Congratulations to Music Scholar Alice who achieved 140 in her Grade 8 Violin! Wondeful achievement.
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Rhinegold Jobs Apr 11
Visiting Music Teacher of Double Bass, and Visiting Teacher of Singing (Maternity Cover) - , Barbican (Closing date: 23rd April 2019):
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CLSG Music Apr 6
Great to hear ⁦⁩ on ⁦⁩ - Inside Music, The honesty of a solo recorder with Charlotte Barbour-Condini
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CLSG Music Mar 31
What a busy spring term of music-making at ! How wonderful that this vital part of education is given the space and support to flourish for the benefit of the girls.
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The Charterhouse Mar 29
We had so much fun last week with the during their ! Check out this video of some of the highlights of their visit.
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CLSG Sport Mar 27
Great play from the year 7 netballers at the joint 5th place out of 33!
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CLSG Mar 25
Good luck to the students taking part in this afternoon's Public Speaking Competition!
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The Charterhouse Mar 22
Wow, our 2019 with started with a great performance of Greensleaves in the presence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth I. Here is our Queen attending to her royal subjects!
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The Charterhouse Mar 22
Our Tudor Great Chamber was alive with activity as the showed family and friends their fiendish Tudor board games.
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The Charterhouse Mar 22
The Young Osteologists showcased their brilliant skills in laying out a full, human skeleton and explaining the different bones to the public.
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The Charterhouse Mar 22
Wow, the famed Nicholas Hilliard from graced us with her presence drawing portrait miniatures of the public at our brilliant 2019 ! ✏️😀
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The Charterhouse Mar 22
From welcoming visitors to handing out information & taking tours, the embraced with full enthusiasm. We were so impressed!
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Kids in Museums Mar 22
Great to see our first of the year at today! It looks like the students at did a fantastic job of taking over the former monastery. Our first national is on 28 June. Find out more here:
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The Charterhouse Mar 22
We loved the musical performances in the chapel. Here is Jemima from serenading us with a stirring piece in the afternoon.
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The Charterhouse Mar 22
From monks to monarchs, our thanks to for a BRILLIANT 2019. We can't wait to do it all over again next year!
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Street Child Mar 22
Fantastic teamwork, creativity and energy from in their first ever RAG week! Thank you all for your support of
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Ann Kenrick Mar 22
So impressed by knowledge and chutzpa of Year 4 on day who took over as & to acclaim from mayor of . Come again next year!!
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CLSG Mar 22
Congratulations to who have raised a grand total of £1215.97 for during RAG Week. Thank you for your donations, everyone!
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CLSG Mar 22
Last week we had the pleasure of welcoming students from to the school for an outreach project with our Year 7 and 11. The students collaborated to produce a piece of creative writing inspired by “Spring Pools” by the American poet Robert Frost
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