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Fabulous Year 8


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Year 11 aspiring and persevering with their History revision, doing some quick-fire quizzing, brain dumps and writing practice ahead of their Medicine Paper next week


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Year 10 Biology students performing a dissection on a fish to observe adaptations of their respiratory system.


The Year 11 German class is busy preparing for their GCSE speaking through a speed chatting task, pushing their peers for extended answers!


Year 10 Science students investigating properties of Sunscreens


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Her teacher said: 'Temi’s talent stood out at an early age; she is a wizard with a pencil and carefully refines her work with line and tone and the resulting pieces are stunning.'


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Warmest wishes to Muslims across Southwark and around the globe who are celebrating Eid ul-Fitr today


Year 9 Harris Experience students visit Christie's Auction House


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Everyone at Camelot School remembers today our past pupil, Jimi Adewole, our very own selfless, courageous hero. One year anniversary today of Jimi’s act of bravery here at London Bridge on 24/04/2021


We are so proud of Year 11 student Temi who received recognition for her fantastic art work by the Worshipful Company of Painter-Stainers! Well done Temi!


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Fabulous day at with the launch of during all staff CPD


Great enquiry shown in contributions to our Women’s History Month writing competitions in March Contributions range from histories of women from the UK, India and Colombia, from literary greats to leaders of change, from well-known individuals to unsung heroines


Thank you for bringing art aficionado Mr Christmas to our students today. Some of the wonderful outcomes below:


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Year 8 Parent Consultation Evening – Thursday 24th March, 4-7pm. Online event. An opportunity to discuss your child’s progress and attainment in all subjects. Full details at


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Wonderful visits to hosted by the fantastic schools liaison team at - our Y10 HEX students really enjoyed their days over two weeks of visits. We are really proud to have inspired them to think about Cambridge and university!

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Posted on March 9th 2022

Don’t Panic It’s Only World Book Day

World Book Day is always a great opportunity to celebrate our love for books and reading.

This year, our focus was on science and science fiction, which was reflected in the creative costumes of teachers. Rona, Year 8, liked Mr Lane’s outfit best because “it was really unique”.  

Lots of events gave the day an extra bookish flair including:

  • an assembly focused on reading
  • special displays
  • a whole school reading of Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
  • "Currently reading” posters
  • a bookmark competition
  • and a trip to the local bookstore, Review Books

World book day

Emily, Year 8, showed ambition and chose the World Book Day Book Think Like a Boss because “it gives young people ideas how to start your own business.” 

The highlight of the day was our party in the library, with students from Peckham Primary Free School joining us for a challenging book quiz. Co-operation across all age groups was needed to answer all the questions. Luckily some avid readers were present who knew their facts!

Free books and cupcakes were awarded to the winning teams – and finally everyone just wanted to cuddle up in a cosy corner and read. 

Ms Kohnen-Zuelzer, Librarian