Connaught in the News!
As part of the BBC's School News Report project, Connaught's student news team started an investigation into the effects of meditation on focus. The BBC were so interested they came to film it to air on their news channel! Excitingly, two girls were invited into the BBC studios in London...
Positively Mad Day!
Year 10 and 11 students experienced a two-hour workshop to help them study and revise their work effectively and get ready for their forthcoming exams.
Connaught is a Top-100 School
Connaught School for Girls has received a letter from Nick Gibb MP, the Secretary of State for Education, praising our success and confirming our status in the top 100 non-selective schools nationally.
Murderous Maths Lecture!
On Tuesday 2nd February 2016, a group of year 10 and 11 girls had a special opportunity to attend a lecture with the title of ‘murderous maths’ which took place at Forest School. This lecture which lasted around an hour, was delivered by Kjartan Poskitt the author of the series...
GCSE Biology Lecture
On Wednesday 18th November 2015, a group of year 10 and 11 girls had a special opportunity to attend a lecture with the title of Breath Analysis and the Diagnosis of Oesophago-gastric Cancer which took place in central London at the Imperial College/ Westminster School.
Stunning GCSE Results in 2015
Students and staff at Connaught School for Girls are delighted with some truly amazing GCSE exam performance in 2015. There were many Connaught students who achieved exceptional GCSE results in 2015, including:
Easter 2015 in Paris!
On the last day of term before Easter, 46 girls and the Modern languages staff set off for Paris. After a long day on the road they reached their bright, shiny and new accommodation. In the cafeteria they were instantly immersed in French as they made their selection from the menu.
Geography Visits to The Crystal
To prepare for their Geography GCSE fieldwork, the Year 10 GCSE Geography groups visited the Crystal, an exhibition centre on sustainability in Royal Victoria Docks. The students initially found why we need to be more sustainable before going on to look at how this could be done by building sustainable communities.
Science Debate 2015
The 2015 Waltham Forest School Science Debate took place on Monday 23rd March 2015 as part of Science week celebrations. The topic of discussion was “Fracking – as a short term solution to meet our increasing energy demands” .
GCSE Geography Field Trip
On Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th March 2015 Miss Quinn and the Y10 GCSE Geography students made their way to Stratford Station to meet for their controlled assessment fieldwork.