Channing alumnae were at St James’ Palace (again) receiving their Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award from HRH, The Earl of Wessex along with a very proud Ms Yun in the audience.
The Arundel Centre took a trip to the dizzy heights of Broadway and beyond as the fourth annual Music Theatre Evening took place….
Channing hosted the fifth annual Classics Schools Challenge.
Out of 36 teams only 6 were selected to go through to the semi-finals so it was a real cause for celebration when we heard Channing had been successful.
A moving and powerful piece of original drama, it was a true collaboration of an outstanding cast whose combined emotional dialogue and contemporary movement was complemented by atmospheric sound and lighting design.
Year 12 MFL students were lucky enough to enjoy an all-day translation workshop from Shadow Heroes.
This Friday’s ‘Wild about Wind’ Music at Lunchtime was a veritable feast.
On Monday 11th November, a panel of 13 professionals visited Channing to share their career pathways and insights with students.
On Sunday 20th October, 40 Year 11-13 girls accompanied by Mr Martini-Phillips, Ms. Newman, Miss Hunter, Mr Waring and Miss Hill set out via Gatwick to Havana, Cuba.
Channing has been celebrating Languages Week
The Board of Governors are delighted to announce that Mrs Lindsey Hughes has been appointed as the new Headmistress of Channing, starting on 1 September 2020.
The North London Young Enterprise final took place at Pentland Brands.
Welcome from the Headmistress