Young Enterprise

North London Young Enterprise Final

The North London Young Enterprise final took place at Pentland Brands.

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Duke of Edinburgh

Silver Duke of Edinburgh

55 intrepid Year 10 students accompanied by 12 staff (including 2 ‘old girls’- Grace Hurford and Rachel Narunsky), donned their walking boots, waterproofs and backpacks to take on the challenge of Box Hill for their Silver Duke of Edinburgh Practice Expedition.

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Jazz Evening

Jazz Evening 2019

We held our 12th Channing Jazz Evening in the Arundel Centre.

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CyberFirst Defenders

CyberFirst Defenders course

The course was open to Year Eight girls across the country who had taken part in the 2019 GCHQ-run CyberFirst Girls’ Competition earlier this year.

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Montpellier Trip

Over the Easter holidays the French department took twenty one Year 10 pupils and two Year 12 pupils to sunny Montpellier for five days.

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Norton Rose Fulbright

G(irls)20 event at Norton Rose Fulbright LLP

G(irls)20 is an initiative with aim of ‘advancing the full participation of girls and women globally through their economic and educational empowerment’. Every year, G20 holds a summit in one of the 20 countries involved with a female delegate, aged 18-22, to represent each of those countries. G20 cultivates and develops these leaders to support the advancement of others.

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Announcement from our Headmistress

This week saw the announcement from our Headmistress, Barbara Elliott that she will be taking a sabbatical during the forthcoming summer term, returning in August for the A Level and GCSE results and in good time for the start of the next academic year. Mr Underwood, Deputy Head will stand in for her during this period.

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World War II

World War II Workshop

Pupils in Year 6M were transported back in time to May 1944. The day began by listening to stories, based on the style of an Enid Blyton children’s adventure, set during World War Two. The girls imagined themselves in London, ten days before D-Day, where they were tasked with handling a variety of primary evidence and artefacts.

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Choral Concert

Any concert that begins with the Grand March from Aida and ends with the Hallelujah chorus is destined to inscribe itself in Channing history.

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