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News

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  • Review By The PE Department

    Published 07/07/20
    In our latest blog, the SGGS PE department explains how they devised a new format for the annual Enrichment Week, creating activities suitable for lockdown living. Every year, students at SGGS take part in Enrichment Week, a fun-filled five da
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  • Lily Jackson, SGGS Alumna

    Published 02/07/20
    In the latest addition to our blog series, we hear from a former SGGS student who has continued to succeed since graduating from our Sixth Form. Lily Jackson, who studied at SGGS until 2018, is currently studying BSC Politics and International Rel
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  • Rachel Hunwick, Science Technician

    Published 02/07/20
    Throughout the lockdown, many members of staff at SGGS have gone above and beyond, adapting their usual job roles and responsibilities in order to help the school maintain the best educational provision possible. In our latest isolation blog, SGGS Sc
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  • Eleanor Beckett, SGGS Alumna

    Published 30/06/20
    As part of our ongoing blog series, former SGGS student Eleanor Beckett shares her experience of raising mental health awareness and provides current students with an artistic activity to engage with. Over to Eleanor … I first joined SGG
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  • Liz Stringer, Head of German and Head of Cygnus House

    Published 25/06/20

    In our latest isolation blog, SGGS Head of German, Liz Stringer, shares her thoughts on the unique experience of teaching Modern Foreign Languages throughout lockdown.

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  • Brooke Beech, Year 8

    Published 23/06/20
    Since the very beginning of lockdown measures in the UK, SGGS has remained open to children who have keyworker parents or may face other vulnerable circumstances.  As part of our ongoing blog series, Brooke from Year 8 shares her experience of w
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  • Jess Bassil, Year 12

    Published 23/06/20

    Year 12 student Jess Bassil has shared her list of ten influencial figures from LGBT+ history, to coincide with Pride Month... 

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  • Jacqui Cornell, Headteacher

    Published 18/06/20
    In our latest isolation blog, Jacqui Cornell, Headteacher, discusses her experience of the lockdown and what this unique situation has meant for the SGGS community... One quote that I wholly agree with and often share with my students is: “A
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  • A Reflection on Lockdown Technology

    Published 16/06/20
    In our latest isolation blog, we consider our technological response to the lockdown and what positive changes to expect in future. Throughout the coronavirus lockdown, SGGS has been finding new and innovative ways to educate and communicate. In m
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  • Susan Frater, Joint Head of Drama

    Published 11/06/20
    In our latest isolation blog, SGGS Joint Head of Drama Susan Frater, discusses how students and teachers of performing arts continue to adapt to the online learning environment. Initially, when we went into lockdown in early March, I had a strange
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Published on 11th July 20