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Weekly Gazette

The SHSG Weekly Gazette is sent electronically each Friday to all parents of students at the school.  It contains news items, notices about competitions, revision sessions,  sports news and a Week at a Glance section with details of clubs and extra curricular activities.

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  • Monday 20th November SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 17/11/17
    Tickets for our Christmas concerts, which start at 7.30pm on the 5th, 6th and 7th December in the school hall, are now on sale at the School Bank, priced at £6 for adults and £4 for concessions; if your daughter is performing in one of th
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  • Monday 13th November SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 10/11/17
    We are fundraising to replace the grand piano in the main hall and the three pianos in each of the music practice rooms that have served the school well for over forty years, but are now sadly beyond repair. We are inviting the school community, both
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  • Monday 6th November SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 03/11/17
    The day we broke up for half term was the school’s 104th birthday and we celebrated in the usual style -  cards were given, cakes were prepared and eaten, Happy Birthday was sung and presents were given. There were two fashion shows one at
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  • Monday 30th October SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 20/10/17
    This week's newsletter contains a glowing critique on SHSG's Novem Consort.  To read this and much more please click here for the SHSG Weekly Gazette.
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  • Monday 16th October SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 13/10/17
    Outstanding performances by  the under 14 and 16 netball teams last week in the pre-county netball tournament means that both teams qualified comfortably for the County Tournament on Sunday 19th November at the Gilberd School in Colchester. 
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  • Monday 9th October SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 06/10/17
    A level Art students visited London at the end of September and enjoyed the BP Portrait Award - this an annual portraiture competition held at the National Portrait Gallery. It is known as the most important contemporary Art competition in the world.
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  • Monday 2nd October SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 29/09/17
    It has been a delight to welcome our German partner school who are with us this week.  The students are enjoying their time with our girls and their families, visiting London and also seeing the contrast between the two schools.  Judging fr
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  • Monday 25th September SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 22/09/17
    Our two World Challenge teams braved the rain for their practice expedition and camp which took place in Ashdown Forest, East Sussex. New skills were learned in preparation for our expedition next summer to Swaziland and Mozambique. It was hard work
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  • Monday 18th September SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 15/09/17
    At the beginning of this school term,  the Parents' Association launched a "Christmas Cracker" fundraiser!   This is a massive fundraiser to help with the purchase of a new and much needed mini-bus under the motto &q
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  • Monday 11th September SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 08/09/17
    We would like to offer a wide range of language courses for parents and people in our local community as well as our own pupils and those from other schools.  We are also offering Japanese after school lessons to our Year 7 and 8 students. 
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  • Monday 4th September SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 21/07/17
    This last week of term has seen sports day and rounders morning bring a more leisurely end to the year. In four or five weeks students will know the results of their A level or GCSE examinations.  The vast majority will be very pleased with the
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  • Monday 17th July SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 14/07/17
    Thanks to the PE department for a very successful Sports Awards Evening on Tuesday. The sports women in the school really do put themselves beyond their comfort zones giving every effort into their sport. It is no wonder that in Sports Magazine&rsquo
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