Virtual Open Evening 2020
Unfortunately, because of the Coronavirus pandemic we are unable to welcome prospective students and their parents in person at our fabulous school.
Following consultation the Governing Board has made the decision to make changes to the school uniform for Years 7 - 10 from September 2020. Please note - students in Year 11 in September 2020 will continue to wear the current uniform. Please see our Uniform page
Thank a Teacher Day 2020
On Wednesday 20th May, we are celebrating teachers, senior leaders, support staff and all those working in education settings who are making a difference to their schools and communities during the coronavirus outbreak. The Department for Education is working in partnership with the Teaching Awards Trust which has produced a...
Students via Student Voice representatives have raised the issue of making changes to our school uniform for some time. We have therefore decided to consult with all students, parents and staff, and request your views. Our governing body will consider all the feedback and decide whether to make proposed changes...
Tree Planting Week
National tree week is from the 25th to the 30th of November 2019.
New OFSTED report
Fabulous GCSE Results in 2019!
Students and staff at Connaught School for Girls are delighted with their GCSE exam performance in 2019. 80% of students achieved five standard passes (grade 4+) including English & maths, compared with the school’s previous best comparable figure of 76% in 2018.
Students Create Leytonstone History App
A group of Year 8 and 9 students have been working with Pell Ensemble and U Can Too to combine Dance, Coding, and History to create and augmented reality (AR) app called Leytonstone Trailblazers.
Youth Travel Ambassadors
The Youth Travel Ambassador (YTA) programme provides young people aged 11 to 19 with the skills and confidence to address transport issues affecting their school community. With support from TfL, the local borough and school staff, YTA teams research and develop behaviour change campaigns, focusing on Active Travel, Road Safety...
Public Speaking Competition
A group of around thirty Year 10 students participated in this year's Jack Petchey “Speak Out” Challenge! This annual workshop for Year 10 students is a programme run by Speakers Trust designed to build the skills, confidence and desire to speak in public.