Category Archives: Foreign Correspondence

The Bustle of the Autumn Term

Activities fair cheltenham ladies'  college

By Emma Bryan

As seen in the Gloucestershire Echo

September sees the mass migration of CLC girls from all over the world back to Cheltenham for the start of the autumn term. Silent for two months, the bustle of school life is in full swing once more, and everyone is glad to be back, whether it is their last year in SFC2 or their first in LC1.

The Children of Calcutta


As seen in Pegasus Pages (June 2013).

By Shree Ganguly

In the 1990s, over 55 million children were born in India. If those 55 million children survived, today it is likely that over 50% of them would be living in poverty. Everyday it amazes me that there was a one in two chance that I could be on a very different side of that statistic and although I haven’t lived in India for many years, it was one of the reasons for why I was very keen to revisit my birthplace and to try to make some kind of a positive impact.

Aloha, Hawaii!

Waikiki Beach, Hawaii

Sixth-former, Rizzy Yamaoka shares the best of what Hawaii has to offer.

Missing Spain’s Summer Sun

Our junior journalists have had their first articles published. As seen in Pegasus Pages (December 2012).
Violeta Marco tells us about her favourite things to do at the beach in Spain. It’s the perfect time to reminisce about summer, in the bleak midwinter! Sit back, relax, and soak in the metaphorical sunshine of Violeta’s reflections.

Cadbury World is a Chocolate Haven

Cadbury World

By Darcy Beck

Our junior journalists have taken a stab at their first articles – bravo! As seen in Pegasus Pages (December 2012).

Cadbury World is a great place to go to for a day trip. It is great for all ages and especially for children.

Talks & Lectures: Chinese Ancestral Worship


By Niamh Hanrahan

On 6th October, 2012, the first of the Principal’s Lectures took place at CLC on the subject of Chinese Ancestral Worship. Our speaker was Professor Hugh Baker, who is Emeritus Professor of Chinese at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. He has published books on the Chinese family, Hong Kong’s history and culture, and the Cantonese and Mandarin languages.

Paris’ Haven for Creative Souls

Shakespeare & co.

By Naomi Morris Omori

Situated on Paris’ Left Bank, opposite the river Seine and the Notre Dame, lies a little piece of heaven and a feast for your inner creativity. Shakespeare and Company on 37 rue de la Bûcherie is the most famous bookshop in Paris, if not the world. It is recognised across Europe for its ethos as a sanctuary for writers and readers alike, a bookshop, a lending library and a roof with a warm bed for any established or aspiring writer.

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