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  1. Camden was founded as a school for girls in 1871 by Frances Mary Buss, one of the great pioneers of women's education. The school therefore has a long tradition of promoting opportunities for girls. Our Aims. next. Top 10 comprehensive and partially selective school in the UK. Our Main School.

  2. The Camden School for Girls (CSG) is a comprehensive secondary school for girls, with a co-educational sixth form, in the London Borough of Camden in north London. It has about one thousand students of ages eleven to eighteen, and specialist-school status as a Music College . [1]

  3. The Sixth Form PSHE curriculum is delivered at the same time as the main school PSHE curriculum, during Period 3 on Monday and builds on the knowledge and skills developed during KS4. Year 13 begins with a 4-week programme around Sexual Harassment and Consent. The aim of the sixth form PSHE programme is to equip our sixth form students with an ...

  4. Our Curriculum stems from our ethos and is rooted in the historical heritage of the school which is to provide a pioneering, exceptional, inclusive education to all, regardless of background. The three main aims of our curriculum are: A strong grounding for all

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  5. 2021 marks 150 years existence of Camden School for Girls and the school carries on its traditions and remembers every Spring its founder Frances Mary Buss who was such a visionary.

  6. Year 12 students can expect their first week at Camden School for Girls to be full of team-building and ice-breaking exercises and activities designed to help them make new friends and settle in quickly. They will also have time to get to know a key figure in their two years at Camden - their tutor. At the end of the week, they have a one-to ...

  7. Camden School for Girls is steeped in history and has a long standing tradition of providing an exceptional education for all its students. The pioneering work of Frances Mary Buss and the dedication of the subsequent school leaders and staff has culminated in the tremendous institution that the school is today and I am honoured to ‘take up the baton’.