Watch a fantastic animation created by Richard. Funding by Media Box and with help from his family. A real outstanding talent!
Work & Events Blog
In this blog you'll find all the latest information on what the pupils have been getting up to in and out of school. Use the category listing to filter the blog. Click on each entry to view the full page which in many cases includes photographs and video.
My Alter Ego
Post 16 students took part in an art project with art students from an organisation called Create to Learn who came into school to work with them. They worked on a project called My Alter Ego where students had to think about themselves as their heroes or imaginary people they would like to be…………
Charlton Students Perform at The House of Commons
The Bard and Building schools for the future at the House of Commons 15th May 2008
Charlton students perform at the house of commons to a an audience of MPs and Partnership for schools.
The Call and response drama group performed an extracts of Romeo and Juliet using 4 languages, extracts of Shakespeare’s text , key signs from BSL and words and phrases Arabic and Hebrew.
We will be performing Twelfth Night at the next Shakespeare Schools Festival in October 2008 , PJ as youth director .
London Regatta Competition
Students from Royal Hill take part in Rowing regatta last sunday. This was along side other schools, athletes who have qualified for the olympics and paralympics. A great achievement - well done
Charlton School becomes Rydell High
On April 1st 2008 the drama group received rapturous applause for their production of Grease. It was a fantastic day, with the sound of Summer Nights, Grease Lightning and much more being heard throughout the school. Well done to everyone involved…………..
Film Production Course
An exciting opportunity has been provided for a group of students at Charlton School and St Ursula’s Girls School to take part in a Film Production Course ran by Spectrecom Film Company……………..
Presentation by Toby Hewson
Post 16 students enjoyed a very interesting presentation by Toby Hewson last week. Toby came in to talk to students about his life and setting up and running his own company called JustDifferent at just 26 years old. He gave some very good advice to students on making the most of their time in school and to staff he requested that we are ambitious for our students and not just for what may be achievable but what may seem impossible. Toby was also filmed by the film production students and interviewed by Georgina.
Charlton School Football Song
Post 16 Creative Arts group have written the lyrics, recorded the song, created the art work, planned, filmed and edited our own School Football Song. Watch and enjoy the fun!