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CGA Newsletter 26 May 2011

CGA Newsletter 26 May 2011

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CGA Newsletter 26 May 2011

  1. 1. Building Friendships through International Partnership“It’s so exciting to be part of the International Partnerships Group, we have lots of ideas and can’t wait to share them” – D Avram 9CThe Crest Girls’ Academy has formed an educational partnership with The KamabaiSecondary School in Sierra Leone, West Africa.Students and staff from both schools have begun communicating with each other tolearn more about our different cultures, share good practice and plan jointeducational projects. CGA students selecting photographs and reading letters from Kamabai Secondary SchoolThe CGA International Partnerships Committee is made up of over 35 Year 8students. They are supported by 3 Year 9 ambassadors, who are already experiencedin hosting international visits to our academy.Activities to date have included, creating ‘the life of a London school girl’ collage, aCrest Girls’ Academy information pack, signing up to write friendship letters, writing a‘week in our academy life’ diaries and editing our forthcoming Kamabai SecondarySchool / Crest Girls’ Academy newsletter.Students will also have the opportunity to work collaboratively with other E-ACTacademies involved in the project, which is supported by Plan www.plan-uk.orgTo find out more about the partnership or be involved get in touch with Ms Kamala –Senior Vice Principal / International Partnerships Coordinator.
  2. 2. Crest Girls’ Academygains InternationalSchool AwardMembers of the CGA InternationalPartnerships CommitteeOur next steps will be to gain intermediate level of the International School Award.We intend to achieve this by further developing: • An international ethos throughout the academy • Collaborative curriculum-based work with a number of partner schools • International Citizenship Projects • Ensuring year round international activity • Expanding the involvement of our wider communityMs Kamala – Senior Vice Principal
  3. 3. Anastasiya wins film competition!Brent Artists Resource in collaboration with the Brent Council and Film Londonrecently announced Anastasiya in Year 11, as the winner of the Film Brent in 90seconds.Follow the link below if you wish to view her winning entry:Title : Enlarging your world.YouTube URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3c6ou-1rWQMs Kamala – Senior Vice Principal

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