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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 5th June SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 26/05/17
    SHSG hosted our GLAM ( Girls Leading in Applying Mathematics ) morning for 80 Year 5 students from primary schools across the Borough on Saturday May 20th. The students had a chance to meet Rachel Riley and hear from her as to how mathematics is used
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  • Monday 22nd May SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 19/05/17
    On Wednesday of this week, 30 of our many talented linguists travelled to Colchester for the finals of the Have Your Say competition. This was the third round, following the school heats and the March competition, when the students competed against l
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  • Monday 15th May SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 12/05/17
    The year 7 gardens are planted and look superb. Well done to all year 7 who have learnt some really useful skills and developed their knowledge of science and maths.  Each tutor group planted their own garden.  Each garden has a different t
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  • Monday 8th May SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 05/05/17
    The PE department is organising a Curry Night to raise money to fund a team to attend the World Schools’Athletics competition at the end of June. We would love your support at our Curry Night, everyone is welcome, partners, children, family and
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  • Monday 1st May SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 28/04/17
    Please click here for the SHSG Weekly Gazette. Well done to all the girls who completed the DofE practice weekend. It was a bit wet last Saturday but they had a glorious day on Sunday to walk around Brentwood. Sometimes these things seem like a
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  • Monday 24th April SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 21/04/17
    It is Charity Week this week.  We have a non-uniform day on Monday 24th April and there will be events on every lunchtime in the hall as well as some breaktimes. Lunch events cost £2.  Break events cost £1. The money we raise fr
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  • Monday 18th April SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 31/03/17
    The music department ended last week with great aplomb. The Chamber Choir Concert was amazing and the beginning of, I hope, a strong collaboration with the boys school. All choirs and soloists were fantastic. Likewise the musicians performed wonderfu
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  • Monday 27th March SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 24/03/17
    Congratulations to all students involved in the BBC School News Report, in which students were roving reporters and investigative journalists for the day. It is a great opportunity to delve deeper into current issues and a good training for rese
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  • Monday 20th March SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 17/03/17
     The Sandwich Hut has had a complete makeover. This follows discussions at School Council with Mr Boney, in the summer term of 2016.  A competition to re-design the interior of the Sandwich Hut was run over the Autumn Term. The winners were
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  • Monday 13th March SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 10/03/17
    James Duddridge (MP) came into school this week and spent the morning talking to the LGBTQ+ group.  The students were sharing information with the MP who intends to present some of their thoughts in Parliament. It speaks volumes about our commun
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  • Monday 6th March SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 03/03/17
    The English department and library have celebrated World Book Day with great aplomb this year.  We have had two authors visit the school to talk to students and hopefully inspire their creativity.  There were also competitions – match
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  • Monday 27th February SHSG Weekly Gazette

    Published 24/02/17
    The week before half term saw our annual Inter-House Music Competition take place across four lunchtimes in the hall. Students from all houses in Years 7-13 competed against each other to win the coveted trophy that was won last year by Athene. To re
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