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North Dulwich

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  • Coronavirus information update - 3 June 2020

    Published 25/02/20

    Coronavirus/Covid 19 update Tuesday 3 June, 2020 

    Welcome back to the final half term of a tumultuous year. 

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  • Black Lives Matter at TCSND

    Published 30/06/20

    Students and staff have been finding creative ways to show their support for the Black Lives Matter movement over the past few weeks.

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  • House Competition: Go PLASTIC FREE

    Published 18/06/20

    Take action with our Digital ‘#Return to Offender Campaign’. We at Charter North Dulwich want to urge manufacturers to reduce their plastic packaging and tackle plastic pollution which has unfortunately been increasing in our local parks and open spaces during lock-down.

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  • Parent Forum presentation - Thursday 7 May

    Published 07/05/20

    We hosted a 'virtual' Parent Forum on Thursday 7th May to keep parents and carers up to date with what the school is doing to support students during the continuing school closure.

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  • New CEO for The Charter Schools Educational Trust

    Published 13/12/19

    The Trustees of The Charter Schools Educational Trust (the Trust) are delighted to announce the appointment of Cassie Buchanan to the post of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Charter Schools Educational Trust, following an open recruitment process. Cassie will join the Trust from April 2020, when she will take over from Kieran Osborne, who has been CEO of the Trust on a part-time basis since April 2018. The Trust is immensely grateful to Kieran for the excellent job he has done to oversee the Trust and prepare it for its next chapter.

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  • Friends Christmas Fair raises over £6k

    Published 13/11/19

    This year's Christmas Fair was a huge success despite the damp conditions. Hundreds of visitors from the local community braved the cold to enjoy an evening of festive food, drink, music and shopping.

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  • First World War memorial for Herne Hill unveiled

    Published 06/11/19

    The Herne Hill Society and staff and students at The Charter School North Dulwich have worked together for the past two years on the 'Remembering Herne Hill 1914-18’ research project.

    The project was awarded £5,200 from the Heritage Lottery Fund’s (HLF) First World War: Then and Now programme and the aim was to tell the story of all those from from the area who served in the First World War, as well as the experiences of non-combatants.

    As a direct result of this project, Sunday 10 November saw the unveiling of the first permanent memorial to commemorate Herne Hill residents who lost their lives in the Great War. The event was well attended by local residents, politicians, staff and students.

    The school was represented at the ceremony by Year 13 Jessie Ross who read and excerpt from Philip Larkin's MCMXIV, while fellow Year 13 student, Walter Feeney, played the last post to signal the start of the two minutes silence at 11am.

    The school’s involvement was led by our Head of History, Dan Townsend.

     

    Photo credit: tricia@portrayedphotography.co.uk

     

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  • Read the November newsletter here

    Published 31/10/19

    Find out more about the events and activities that took place in school last half term, keep up to date on the latest dates and helpful resources.

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  • Pupils at The Charter School North Dulwich celebrate outstanding GCSE results

    Published 22/08/19

    Pupils at The Charter School North Dulwich are today celebrating their GCSE results.

    • 82% of all students in Year 11 at the school gained a standard pass or above in both English and Maths (grade 4 to 9)
    • 67% gaining a strong pass in both English and Maths (grade 5 to 9)
    • 44% of all GCSEs gained by Year 11 pupils at the school this year were graded 7-9
    • 42% of pupils achieved at least five GCSEs graded 7-9
    • 49% of pupils gained the English Baccalaureate  
    • 68% of pupils gained at least one GCSE with a grade 7-9

    Headteacher Christian Hicks said today; “We are extremely proud of our Year 11 students for their perseverance and commitment to excellence over the past two years that has led to these fantastic results. We are also very grateful to our teachers and support staff, as well as to parents and carers, for their hard work and support which has led to these positive outcomes for our pupils.” 

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  • Pupils at The Charter School North Dulwich celebrate exceptional A level results

    Published 15/08/19

    Sixth form students at The Charter School North Dulwich in South East London are today celebrating another set of fantastic A level and BTEC results.

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  • Grease wows audiences over three nights

    Published 17/06/19

    This years whole school production of the musical, Grease, opened to rave reviews on July 3rd and played to packed houses over three nights.

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  • The Charter School North Dulwich re-accredited as a World Class School

    Published 05/06/19

    We are delighted to have been re-accredited as a World Class School this month.

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