GCSE Results 2017
There were many Connaught students who achieved exceptional GCSE results in in the first year of a new system where English and Maths qualifications have changed significantly, including:
Oxford University Visit
On the 28th of June, a group of year 10 students went on a trip to learn more about Oxford University and writing personal statements. We also attended a lecture, which linked maths and symmetry to Islamic art.
Artist of the month
Congratulations to Tegan who is July’s Artist of the Month.
Connaught student in West End debut!
Connaught School For Girls’ year 10 drama student Miah Baree has been cast in The Adventures of Pinocchio, in the West End. After auditioning through The British Theatre Academy she was chosen to perform in the musical after a rigorous audition process.
Languages Visit - Spain
On March 30th 2017, 46 girls and 5 members of staff hopped onto a plane and started the journey to Barcelona. After a flight of 2 hours and 10 minutes and a coach journey to the coast, the school party reached their hotel then went to spend their first sunny,...
SSAT Educational Outcomes Awards
Connaught School for Girls has been nationally recognised for its exceptional GCSE performance in 2016 by the School, Students and Teachers network (SSAT). Educational outcomes data analysis from SSAT has shown that the school is in top 10% of non-selective schools nationally for both attainment and progress.
Weekly Maths Challenge
Maths is everywhere in our daily lives and we all use it all the time, often without even thinking.
Artist of the Month
GCSE student Brigita Tarakanovaite is our Artist of the Month!
On Tuesday 17th January 2017 20 Year 9 students went to an Apple Workshop in Oxford Circus arranged by Mr Ali. We left the school at 9:40am and reached at the store around 10:30. When we reached there we received awesome t-shirts and even got to put them on.
History visit to National Portrait Gallery and Tower of London
This year, History GCSE students have been learning a new topic; Elizabethan England 1558-1588.They completed their studies by December 2016 and this trip in the New Year was intended to offer development and extension of knowledge. It was an interesting day and served a useful purpose to consolidate student learning.