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.
Best Ever GCSE Results in 2018!
Students and staff at Connaught School for Girls are delighted with their GCSE exam performance in 2018. 76% of students achieved five standard passes (grade 4+) including English & maths, compared with the school’s previous best comparable figure of 72% in 2016.
Year 10 Visit to the Science Museum
Ms Hickes and her Year 10 History class visited the Science Museum on Monday 23rd April 2018.
Cultural Residential Visit to St. Omer, France
Forty-five students from years 8, 9 and 10 and five staff spent a wonderful four days and three nights immersing themselves in French life over the 2018 Easter weekend. Using the excellent 'Le Manoir' building at Chateau d'Ebblinghem just outside St.
A Snowy World Book Day!
Students and staff at Connaught School for Girls shrugged off the cold weather to celebrate the 2018 World Book Day.
The 70,273 Project
The project helps remember the 70,273 innocent physically and mentally disabled people (men, women, teens, boys, and girls) who were murdered by the Nazis between January 1940 and August 1941 (before the Holocaust began) in the Nazi ‘Aktion T4’ project.
Senior Citizens Christmas Dinner
Local residents were warmly welcomed by ten year 11 students from Connaught School for Girls in Leytonstone and were ushered into the school’s hall—decked with well decorated tables and twinkling lights—for a festive evening of fun, music and food.
Oxbridge lectures and university taster sessions
The trip to Heron Hall Academy was an outstanding educational experience that helped us learn a lot about the variety of subjects we can study in our GCSE’s /A levels and at university. We took part in three workshops that were each led by representatives from Oxford University, Cambridge University...
Mathematics lecture at Forest School
Last half term a group of twenty Yr.11 students went to Forest School to attend a lecture on statistics called, “Yeah…but is it significant?” The engaging lecture was given by Dr.Jennifer Rogers, the director of Statistical Consultancy at the University of Oxford and a popular science presenter.
Soho Theatre Company
Connaught School has been chosen as the new home for Soho Theatre's Walthamstow Workshops programme. Students will participate in workshops on A Wednesday from 6-8pm starting on 27th September and resulting in a final performance on the 6th December.