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  1. Celebrating 150 years of pioneering education. 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.

  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. The school has long been associated with the advancement of ...

  3. Courses. Our Sixth Form core and extended curriculum is broad, varied and designed to allow students the pleasure of abundant choice and the opportunity to discover what they are good at and flourish in their areas of strength. A distinctive part of our offer is the ability to study subjects that are not traditionally available in state sixth ...

  4. Camden School for Girls is one of the few remaining maintained schools to offer the full range of classical subjects; Classical Civilization, Latin and Ancient Greek. Key Stage 4 – Years 10 and 11 In Years 10 and 11 students follow a rich programme of core and optional subjects.

  5. A fascinating memoir of Camden School for Girls which was founded in 1871 by Frances Mary Buss. Written by Fiona Millar, writer, journalist and CSG alumna with photographs and archive material spanning the decades across 150 years.

  6. A state school for girls aged from 11 to 18. Boarding: No. Local authority: Camden. Pupils: 1,050; sixth formers: 451 (139 boys) Religion: None. Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review. Ofsted: Latest Overall effectiveness Good 1. 16-19 study programmes Outstanding 1. Outcomes for children and learners Good 1.

  7. Camden School for Girls is steeped in history and has a long standing tradition of providing an exceptional education for all its students.