“All the News
That’s Fit to Print”
VOL. XXXIII . . . No. 33 THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 2011 Price in UK - FREE
FUNDRAISER OF THE YEAR
Sponsored walk this Friday - Richmond Park to Kew Cricket
Pavilion - it’s 15km of fun!
By ANDREW VERGOTTIS J6WER
The fund-raising event of the year for
our school’s current Charity Appeal is
eagerly anticipated by all this Friday
24th June 2011. For the 9.1 m/15.1
km Sponsored Walk is not only the
greatest fund-generating activity, but
also most enjoyable. Year after year, it
contributes by far the largest proportion
of the final total of the Appeal thanks
to the enthusiasm and determination
of all participants, especially the OGs
who consistently achieve the highest
sponsorships. I feel this typifies the
spirit of CLS boys - wanting to do their
best for a worthy cause, the charity
Teenage Cancer Trust, whilst enjoying
the experience and sense of team spirit
Of course, a lot of organisation goes into
this mammoth event by members of However, one variable which is outside 1st July, to form tutors, or Miss Jones.
staff and pupils and a detailed booklet our control on the day is the weather; On behalf of the Charity Committee,
is distributed to all participants. The although it is usually pleasant, it could best wishes to all participants for a
whole school takes part with the be cold or rainy; but CLS pupils should most enjoyable (and safe) walk
exception of the 5th and S6th Formers, be prepared for the worst the elements
who are on exam leave. And that is not have to offer, so that means raincoats,
counting the Girl’s School! walking shoes, etc. Regardless of the MEANWHILE HERE’S SOME MORE
weather conditions, pupils always CHARITY NEWS
The school also invites a number manage to make this event a great
of parents/carers who take on the success. Mr Farrelly has decided to cycle from
challenge, volunteering their invaluable London to Brighton in aid of the School’s
services on the day, accompanying Although most of you will have attained Charity, Teenage Cancer Trust. He will
groups of the OG, 1st and 2nd Form a large number of sponsors already, start at Clapham and speed south until
walkers; the J6th Formers participate many prospective sponsors would he reaches the sea! If you would like to
acting as marshals or guardians, prefer to contribute online, through support him you can do this through
walking with groups of Junior School ‘justgiving’. The website is: http:// his Just Giving page, www.justgiving.
boys, whilst the wonderful Friends of www.justgiving.com/clsb
CLS welcome all the participants at the
finishing line of the Cricket Pavilion Just a friendly reminder to all that the
with refreshments. money collected should be handed in by Good luck climbing Ditchling Beacon!
TWO MORE AT BARBICAN conductor Edward Gardner, REPORTING ABSENCE NON-WALKERS
The Citizen has learned this Musical Director of the Parents are reminded that Pupils who have not
week that two more pupils English National Opera. it is important to contact returned their forms for the
have joined the Barbican the School on the first day Sponsored Walk may not
Young Orchestra this year. The programme will include of a son’s absence due participate. They should
This is a prestigious annual Mozart’s Overture to the to illness. The dedicated report to the Fifth Floor at
event which now features Impresario, Pamina’s Aria absence number is 020 7489 8.45am tomorrow morning
Yuto Nishigaki, Jorritt from the Magic Flute, and 4777. Please do not call where Dr Khand will register
Donner-Wittkopf as well as Tchaikovsky’s Romeo & before 7.30am, since your them. They will spend the
Robert dos Santos. Juliet Fantasy Overture. message will be diverted to day between physics and PE
This is a terrific achievement a voicemailbox which is not and will need to bring ample
The concert will take place and all three boys should be checked. If your son is away private study to School. Boys
on July 3, at 19:00, at the very pleased. on subsequent days we will who are ill tomorrow should
Barbican, led by renowned assume that he remains ill. phone the School as usual.
Page 2 THE CITIZEN, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 2011 SCHOOL NEWS
EDITORIAL the All England Club might weather. Tomorrow’s
be grateful that this year Sponsored Walk may also
By CHARLES FILLINGHAM the weather is providing catch some of this week’s
an opportunity to try out rain. In fact, it may be really
The Citizen is one day the £100 million roof over quite wet. The walk will go
early this week, due to the Centre Court. The drenched ahead whatever the weather,
Sponsored Walk tomorrow - tennis fans are probably less so please make sure that
there would be no pupils in thrilled. your son has clothes which
School to pick up the paper will protect him against
if we published on a Friday Here at School it has been the elements. It has been
as usual. a glorious week, if not for Lower School production is a number of years since
sunshine at least for the no mean feat - the pupils the last genuinely soaking
It has been a wet week drama department. Miss and teachers involved have Sponsored Walk. Let’s hope
for Wimbledon again. Yet Dobson’s Animal Farm has given many hours of hard that the rain holds off again
according to the newspapers been a triumph over three work. Well done to them all. this year just long enough
not a drop of rain fell on the performances and you can for a day in South West
tournament last year, so read a review of the play on Meanwhile, back to the London.
the facing page. To stage a
THE DIARY Ms MacDonagh’s
MONDAY 27 JUNE
- Model UN (OG to 6th Forms), Coulson, 12.50pm By Ms A M MACDONAGH
- Creative Writing Society, Rm 316, 1.15pm
- Friends 2nd Hand Uniform Sale, Middle School Games Room, 5.00 - 7.00pm Marinated Sundried Tomatoes
TUESDAY 28 JUNE Ingredients:
- 3rd Form Craft & Design, W1, 12.50pm ½ cup sundried tomatoes
- Maths Circle, Rm 409, 12.50pm
1 bottle cheap red or white wine
- Debating, 2nd/3rd Forms,Coulson,12.50pm
- Junior Classics Club, Rm 426, 1.00pm 1 bottle olive/sunflower/rapeseed oil
- Railway/Warhammer Club, Model Rm/309,4.10-5.00pm 1 cup wine vinegar
- LOWER SCHOOL CONCERT, 6.00pm 3 cups water
5 cloves of garlic, unpeeled
WEDNESDAY 29 JUNE Dried oregano, fennel or chilli flakes
- 2nd Form Craft and Design Club, W1, 12.50pm
- Debating, OG & 1st Form, Coulson, 12.50pm Method:
- Cricket, 1st XI v Old Citizens, Grove Park, 1.00 - 6.00pm 1. Rinse tomatoes 3 or 4 times before
- Water Polo, U13 v Alley’s Habs & Bedford Modern, Home, 4.00 - 6.30pm
placing in a large mixing bowl.
- Friends 2nd Hand Uniform Sale, Concourse, 5.00 - 7.00pm
2. Pour the wine over the tomatoes.
THURSDAY 30 JUNE Top up with cold water until all the
- Debating, 4th Form and above, Coulson, 12.50pm tomatoes are covered. Cover with cling
- Philosophy Society (OG to 3rd Forms), Rm 323, 1.00pm film and let them soak overnight or for
- Leavers’ Ball, HMS President, 7.00pm at least 8 hours.
3. Pre-heat oven to 100°C and place a
FRIDAY 1 JULY tray containing approx 6 medium size
- Citizen editorial meeting, Rm 111, 12.50pm clean glass jars and metal lids inside
- Barnes-Amis Society, Coulson, 12.50pm
- Christian Society, Rm 110, 12.50pm
- Darts Society, Rm 304, 1.10pm 4. Put wine and water in a medium
- Philosophy Society (4th to 6th Forms), Rm 322, 1.15pm size pot and bring to a gentle boil.
- Railway/Warhammer Club, Model Rm/309, 4.10-5.00pm 5. Drain tomatoes and let them sit in a
6. Blanch small batches of tomatoes
and garlic in the boiling pot for 3
minutes and transfer to a bowl.
7. Remove jars from oven, add a bit of
oil and sprinkle the dried herbs to the
bottom of each jar. Carefully layer the
tomatoes with a bit more oil, herbs and
garlic until ¾ full. Top up each jar with
oil and cover tightly with the lids.
8. Let the tomatoes sit for a week
SCHOOL NEWS THE CITIZEN, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 2011 Page 3
All animals are equal but some are more equal than others!
By MR G S GRIFFIN
What a brilliant night’s entertainment
Animal Farm was on Tuesday. Those
familiar with the Orwell novel, but
not used to the stage adaptation,
would have recognised his chilling and
worrying message, excellently conveyed
by the cast in the Winterflood Theatre.
I could identify the obvious stars
(namely the ‘pigs’) or the impressive
‘storytellers’ who ensured that the
story unfolded smoothly and the pace
was maintained, but quite honestly the
whole ensemble was superb.
The acting, the choreography, the
stage management, the costumes and
the lighting contributed to a wonderful
performance, expertly directed by Miss
Dobson. And remember, this was the
Lower School play from OG to Thirds.
We have some very talented thespians
for future productions …
walking backwards. The backward dance and walk legend to be shown on
Walk this Way walking technique was an old walking
method, but Michael Jackson
performed the motion as a dance move,
the Walks of Fame.
Michael McIntyre’s Skip
sliding his black dance shoes along the Stand-up comedian Michael McIntyre
By SAM KAUFMAN 1S is usually so excited to get onto the
stage, he skips there. Little did he
know that his enthusiastic skip would
In the spirit of tomorrow’s Sponsored be so memorable. In this amusing
Walk, I have come up with a collection walk, McIntyre jumps around the
of famous walks. These recognisable stage, swinging his arms back and
walks may not be known for their forth together with his leg movements.
distance, but accounted for their sheer It’s nearly as funny as his jokes.
brilliance. They have brought notice
and a high profile to walking. As keen Usain Bolt’s Celebration Sprint
walkers at The Citizen, we look up to In a 100m sprint, the aim is to run as
these walking legends. Walkers, we fast as you can, paying no attention
salute you! to anything else except for where the
finishing line is. If you’re Jamaican
John Cleese Silly Walk Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt, the aim
This walk is formerly known as becomes to celebrate halfway through.
Cleesepromenadian. In 1970, comedy In the Beijing Olympic Games, Usain
troupe Monty Python’s sketch, was way ahead of his opponents, so
‘Ministry of Silly Walk’s’, featured a he looked around curiously, started
legendary walk conducted by John patting his chest in celebration, and
Cleese. In this witty piece, Cleese got a World Record, all at the same
walks in a fashion so silly and so time.
funny sticking his extra-long legs up in
the air every alternate step, including So when you’re doing your sponsored
random hilarious moments of genius, walk tomorrow, have a bit of fun.
you just can’t stop laughing. Sprint to the end, while celebrating; or
skip the whole way, Michael McIntyre
The Moonwalk style; or just do a seriously silly walk.
Most walks go in the forwards Whatever you do, just have fun, and
direction; however King of Pop, Michael floor. Michael first performed the walk enjoy your walk, just like our walking
Jackson came up with the idea of on his HIStory tour in Germany. It’s a ancestors did.
Page 4 THE CITIZEN, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 2011 SCHOOL NEWS
Should we FRIENDS OF CITY OF LONDON SCHOOL
have a son SUMMER JAZZ ON THE ROOF
Tuesday 5th July
and daughter’s The Music Department and the Friends are joining forces again to present
‘Jazz on The Roof’ on Tuesday 5th July. As ever it should be a fantastic,
fun evening. THE FRIENDS OF CLS ARE URGENTLY APPEALING FOR
day? PRIZES FOR THE RAFFLE AND AUCTION. Fifty per cent of the proceeds
will be used to support The Friends’ activities with the other fifty going to
By DAN KENWAY 3A Teenage Cancer Trust. All donations will be gratefully received, however
small. If you can help, please send your donations to School Reception,
clearly marked for the attention of ‘Friends of CLS, Auction and Raffle’.
So, last Sunday was Father’s Day
and as I speculated over what to gift For more information please contact us by e-mail: email@example.com.
my wonderful father with I thought Full details via Year Group emails and on The Friends website: www.
about why I owed him anything. I friendsofcls.org.uk. Thank you for your support.
mean, besides from the fact that he
pays thousands of pounds of school COMMISSION BIDS FOR JAZZ EVENING AUCTION
fees each year, keeps me fed, clad and
quenched all year round he doesn’t do If you wish to bid but are unable to attend we accept Commission
a great deal. Bids. Through the great generosity of local businesses and parents we
have some fabulous items including a half day photo shoot, two £200
My giving policy is practically physics, lunch/dinner vouchers and a private box at the Royal Albert Hall.
every giving action has an equal
and opposite reaction; he gets me
There are brief details of all ‘lots’ on page 10 of The Citizen along with a
Christmas presents I do the same for Commissioning Bid form on page 11. Full details will be posted on our
him, he gets me birthday presents, website www.friendsofcls.org.uk and will be sent via the usual group
as do I for him. Yet when it comes to emails. For further details or questions on commissioning bids please
Father’s Day I do not see what I am contact Lorette Fredericks via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by
paying him back for; some might say it
is slight repayment for his fulfilment of phone on 07712492130. Even if you can’t be there on the night you can
my necessities, however do not forget it still support the ‘Teenage Cancer Trust’ and ‘The Friends’.
was him who chose to have a child he
would raise as well he raises me. JOINT CLS OG AND CLSG U2 SOCIAL
Monday 4th July, 4.30pm-6.30pm
Surely I should only be getting him
a Father’s Day present if he gets me CLS will be hosting a Joint Social Evening for CLS OG and CLSG U2. An
something as well. Unfortunately for evening of team games, quizzes and much more. BOOK NOW. Tickets
me, my birthday is always in the same £5 (including refreshments). Booking form in The Citizen, via e-mail and
week as Father’s Day and therefore website.
after the ongoing piles of presents I
receive only days beforehand I do seem
to feel guilty if I do not pay him back SECOND HAND UNIFORM SALES
with at least a cheap ‘World’s Best Monday 27th June and Wednesday 29 June
Dad’ mug. But then I remember my There will be two Second Hand Uniform Sales this term: Monday 27
rule; I can pay him back for the piles June in the middle school games room and Wednesday 29 June on the
of presents when his birthday comes
around. Therefore I put my £4.99 concourse, both from 5-7pm.We would be grateful for any donations of
back into my pocket and go back to CLEAN uniform in GOOD CONDITION. Donations may be left at Reception
watching the Five O’clock News and in a bag marked clearly ‘Friends of CLS - 2nd Hand Uniform’. In particular
eating a homemade scone. we need BLAZERS, SLIPOVERS, TIES, SPORTS TOPS AND SOCKS. There
will be special offers on white shirts, jumpers and trousers. Thank you
But after all my pondering I remember
every instance where my unintelligent for your continued support.
actions cause my parents distress and
and I realise that that is what I am ALL YEARS COFFEE MORNING
paying my parents back for, whenever I Wednesday 29th June
do something unnecessarily ridiculous The next Coffee Morning will be our first ALL YEARS gathering on
and they take my side, forgive me
and so on I realise I owe them one Wednesday 29 June, 8.30am-11.00am. All coffee mornings for Parents
big time, and when Father’s Day and and Carers are held in Café 101 (Salvation Army), 101 Queen Victoria
Mother’s Day come round I realise it is Street, London EC4 (entrance opposite The Sports’ Entrance of School ie
my time of year to pay them back for the swimming pool side). These are an excellent opportunity for parents,
my mistakes. I do not disobey my rule
therefore if I get them a present on the old and new, to make contact with other parents. Why not use this event
given day. That’s why last Sunday I to bring into school a raffle donation for Summer Jazz?
bought my Dad a very overpriced bottle
of Scotch from the hills of northern FRIENDS OF CLS WEBSITE
Scotland, and why every Mother’s Day Keep up to date with all events on our website: www.friendsofcls.org.uk
I try to get my mother a nice box of
In response to my original question CONTACT FRIENDS OF CLS
no, we should not, because despite the Co Chairs Lorette Fredericks: email@example.com, Fiona Yates:
awkward arguments in traffic jams my firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com
parents hardly ever embarrass me or
cause me harm, therefore they don’t
owe me, unfortunately, anything.
NEWS AND COMMENT THE CITIZEN, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 2011 Page 5
Lazy Britain told to work longer
By NIMA AMIN 4A and ZAID
The Government’s plans to increase
the retirement age of public sector
workers by six years has been
condemned by the Unions as
being ‘gunboat diplomacy’ and are
threatening strikes that would damage
the economy even further.
Danny Alexander, the head of the
treasury, last week announced that the
retirement age of public sector workers
would have to increase by six years
with the measures being implemented
by 2020 bringing them in line with
the private sector. They will also have
their pensions reviewed to match
their average salary over their careers.
Mr Alexander has warned that it
would be a ‘colossal mistake’ to reject
the Government’s new layout and
sacrifice the best offer they will receive. However, ministers claim that the needed a bailout from the UN, and the
However, with 750,000 teachers and changes are needed to fit in with UK was one of the countries that gave
civil servants planning to go on strike the cuts and rising life expectancy money. Greece remains unstable with
later this month, these measures could especially when the private sector most people suffering from the lack of
prove to be a real ‘show stopper’ in does not have as generous pensions. services and last week they announced
negotiations. It is their belief that the And to be honest we believe that the that they would be making further cuts
current system should be kept the targets and rules that have been set to their services, roughly £75 million
same, if not be improved. by the Government are fair and just. worth.
In the 1970s, the life expectancy was
less and so it was acceptable that you Now, of course Britain is much more
would retire at a younger age and advanced than Greece and we do
LOWER SCHOOL the Government would take care of
your costs. But now with the increase
not want to imply that the same will
happen to the UK, but if history has
CONCERT in medicine and health care, we are
expected to live to, at a minimum,
taught us anything, it is that we
should learn from mistakes in the
80 years old. Then surely it would past so that they are not repeated. As
be common sense to increase the David Cameron constantly says, the
Tues 28 June, retirement age too? Conservatives have ‘inherited a huge
6.00pm In theory it is a fantastic idea to have
deficit from Labour’. It was crucial
that whatever party was elected, they
the Government pay for your expenses tackle this deficit vigorously, making
after the age of 60, but in practise, cuts and changes. Personally, we
Great Hall someone needs to pay for these
expenses and given the large deficit
believe that the measures which have
been taken by the Conservatives and
and dependency ratio, there is little Liberal Democrats have been fair and
Second Orchestra money to do this. extremely well thought out.
Junior Jazz Band A fantastic example of this was the
bankruptcy of Greece this year. When
The problem of the changes does not
lie with the severity of the actions
Junior Choir Greece joined the UN, its retirement
age was 65, however, over time the
taken by the government but by the
negative, weak and frankly naive
government reduced this age to 50 so attitude of the British public. The men
EVERYONE they remained popular amongst the
Greek population. All happy times,
and women of this country do not
appreciate how good their standard of
WELCOME! right? The Greek government was
left in a disastrous position because
living is considered to other countries
in Asia or Africa for example. They
it could not afford to take care of all seem to believe that they are entitled to
these retired people. It resorted to be given benefits and support without
No tickets taking huge loans from European really working for it. Thanks to these
countries to maintain the services for new Government measures, Britain
the dependant population, which led to might finally become a little bit less
an increased deficit. This year, Greece lazy.
announced that it was bankrupt and
Page 6 THE CITIZEN, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 2011 NEWS AND COMMENT
NEWS ROUND-UP 2012 Republican US Presidential
Brian Haw dies after battle with
Veteran peace campaigner Brian Haw By THEO SERLIN 3B
has died after a long battle with lung
cancer. The campaigner, who had been
Numerous members of the right wing republican party are contending to be
at his post in Parliament Square since nominated to run against Obama in the 2012 US election. This infographic
2001, had been protesting against US shows the candidates’ views on many issues, as well as their probable position in
and UK foreign policy, in particular the race.
against the treatment of civilians in
Iraq and Afghanistan.
Russian plane crash kills 44
A plane has crashed in Western Russia
killing 44 people on board, while
trying to land in difficult conditions in
Petrozavodsk. The RusAir Tupolev 134
plane missed the airport runway and
tried to land on a nearby motorway.
Unfortunately, it crashed and caught
fire. Miraculously eight people,
including two children, survived the
accident, albeit with serious injuries.
The end of .com?
The Internet Corporation for Assigned
Names and Numbers (Icann), the
organisation responsible for managing
the number of domain addresses,
has voted to increase the number of
top-level domain addresses. The move,
which could see the arrival of website
suffixes such as .google and even .clsb,
follows six years of negotiations, and
is the biggest change of its type for 26
... and finally
The Finnish National Library is using
a computer game and the power of
the Internet to help them digitize their
archive. In the game, Digitalkoot,
the player has to type up words that
appear on the screen, in the process
checking the results of the computer
programme that recognises words in
Nintendo, Apple, Google - the competition’s is going might need one extra piece of
information about the Wii U - many
closer than you think of its new games will be controlled
by a small touchscreen tablet-like
This month during (which is Google controller.
the iconic E3 gaming By MAHMOUD GHANEM 4B technobabble for
conference, where all “thing which lets This means that Nintendo, Apple
the gaming companies come together phones and tablets connect to things and Google are all coming together
to show off their new ideas in advance like a TV”). and doing very similar things in very
for this Christmas, Nintendo once different ways: Apple and Google will
again sent the gaming world into Finally Apple, within two days of connect their tablets and phones to
disarray with the announcement of its this, announced that iOS 5 (their games consoles and TVs while, in turn,
new console, the Wii U. new iPhone and iPad software) would Nintendo will connect their consoles to
be able to connect to and act as tablet-like controllers.
Elsewhere Google announced its controllers for an Apple TV.
Android Tablet and Phone External How long will it be before a TV
Application Programming Interface Those of you who can’t see where this company like Sony get in on the act?
NEWS AND COMMENT THE CITIZEN, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 2011 Page 7
Is this Aston too ‘every day’ for Daniel Craig?
By ALEX KITSBERG OGM
Aston Martins have always had huge
respect from car aficionados. James
Bond was known for driving one and
more recently Prince William borrowed
his father’s vintage example as the
parting piece for his wedding.
But what is it that makes this Aston,
the Virage Coupe, so special? It doesn’t
have scissor doors and it can’t break
world speed records.
This new release has the typical Aston
Martin characteristics i.e. smooth
outer body, luxurious interior and
eye-catching stylish looks. Like other
Astons, (unlike some sports cars),
this one has an engine in the front. The interior has seats made of grams and has a turning circle of 11.5
Its acceleration is round about the leather with a leather steering wheel metres.
same as a sports car doing 0-62mph and heated sport seats in the front.
(0-100kph) in 4.6 seconds. It has a The Virage also has front and rear The Virage Coupe costs upwards of
maximum speed of 186 mph (299 kph). parking sensors, satellite navigation £140,000. It guzzles up petrol like a
But despite not making a huge Ferrari- and cruise control. It has a length of sports car. It is however a very classy,
type noise it still attracts attention 4722 centimetres, a width of 190.5 elegant if somewhat pricey, every day
when driven down the street. It is centimetres, and a height of 128 car.
quite simply a fantastic-looking car! centimetres. It weighs 1785 kilo
CLS OG and CLSG U2
famous photo An evening of team games, quizzes and refreshments
On Monday 4th July, 2011 from 4.30-6.30pm
By NIMA AMIN 4A
At CLS on the Concourse
Tickets – the bargain price of £5
Book now to avoid disappointment!
Any queries, please contact:
CLS: Fiona Yates at firstname.lastname@example.org or
CLSG: Jane MacLean at email@example.com
The ‘Unknown Rebel’ was the
nickname given to an anonymous man Son/daughter’s name ………………………………………....................../ Form……………..
who became internationally famous for
being photographed standing before Please delete as * applicable
a line of tanks during the Tiananmen * My daughter will join/not join the escorted group from CLSG to CLS
* My son/daughter will be collected from CLS sports entrance/will go home independently
Square uprising of 1989 in China. The
* Special Dietary Requirements:
photo was taken by Jeff Widener. The
man seems to be stopping the advance
of the tanks and the image has been I would like/am unable to help from …….pm
around the world.
TEL. NO ………………………………………MOBILE……………………...........................
In China, the picture was used by the
government as a symbol of compassion EMAIL ………………………….............
the soldiers of the People’s Liberartion
I ENCLOSE A CHEQUE FOR £5 made payable to ‘Friends of CLS’.
Please leave your booking form and payment in an envelope marked OG/U2 Joint Social at
Army felt towards the Chinese people
Reception (for CLS) and in Prep Corridor (for CLSG)
and their desire to protect them.
Despite orders to advance, the tank
driver refused to do so.
Page 8 THE CITIZEN, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 2011 NEWS AND COMMENT
The Music Department &
Friends of CLS present
With The Big Band, Swing Band, Close Harmony Group and many more…
Adults - £15.00 each
Accompanying Children - £10.00 each
(Do not book tickets for participating Musicians)
Please ensure you bring your ticket with you, they will not be available on the
night and must be purchased by TUESDAY 28th JUNE 2011
LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR THIS EVENT – TICKETS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE AFTER 28 JUNE
Any budding Jazz artists, soloists or ensembles, from any year group are
welcome to perform during the evening. If you are interested please see
Mr. M Holiday for more information before Friday 17th June.
To: Mr B Darling, Deputy Facilities Manager
Please supply the following tickets for the Jazz Evening on Tuesday 5th July:
Adults @ £15:00: ……..……. Children @ £10.00 ……………
(DO NOT BOOK TICKETS IF YOUR SON IS PLAYING IN A MUSIC GROUP)
I enclose a cheque for £……………. made payable to: City of London School
Name: Son’s Name: Form:
PUZZLE PAGE THE CITIZEN, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 2011 Page 9
CITY QUIZ CROSSWORD
1. Which was the only non-European
nation to win the men’s football world
cup in the 90s?
2. Which Sicilian Mountain is Europe’s
3. Which sign of the zodiac do two
4. In which city is the Wailing Wall?
5. Which world famous landmark is
found on Mount Lee?
6. What is known as the ‘Old Lady of
7. Belgium, France and Germany were
three of the six original countries that
formed the EU; which were the other
8. Outside of Paris, which city contains
the most French-speaking people?
9. Which element is the most toxic
known to man?
10. Who was the first Labour PM?
10. Ramsey Macdonald.
8. Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the
7. Italy, Luxembourg and the
6. The Bank of England.
5. The Hollywood Sign.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Chicken & broccoli stir Turkey escalope Roasted Hogget with Deep fried catch of the
fry with oyster sauce Spaghetti bolognaise milanese with tomato rosemary and garlic day with homemade
coriander & noodles with garlic foccacia and pineapple salsa with gravy tartare sauce and
bread lemon wedges
Lamb and mint
sausages with Summer fish stew with Beef and carrot Pasta carbonara with Homemade pizza with
Main Meal 2 yorkshire puds and rouille and croutons cobbler with rustic smoked bacon and pepperoni
sage gravy herbed scones basil
Vegetarian Meal Chick pea falafels with Spring vegetable Bubble and squeak Portobello mushroom
Macaroni cheese soured cream and red tagliatelle with lemon cakes with cheesy and butternut risotto
onion & coriander and chive sauce leeks
Mashed potatoes Scented rice Colcannon mash Roast potato Cajun wedges
Vegetables of the
Savoy cabbage Courgette Buttered peas Roasted peppers
Carrots Roasted Beetroot Fine green beans Cauliflower cheese Petits pois
Salads Selection of freshly prepared salads including mixed leaves, fresh cut cucumber and tomatoes and a protein dish
Chocolate & caramel Vanilla panacotta with Ice cream bar with Chocolate sponge Lemon meringue pie
Dessert flapjacks strawberries and toppings and sauces with vanilla sauce
Fresh Fruit & A selection of fresh cut fruit, homemade yoghurt pots and cold dessert pots, or fresh seasonal fruit served in peak
Yoghurt Pots condition, ripened and ready to eat
Be Aware Eat with Balance Go & Enjoy
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Boxing Schedule for the Summer
While I’m sure that everyone will be Heavyweight Eliminator/Silver Belt). A
upset at leaving school for the summer By JAVAD SIKDER 5A great card with three world title fights,
holidays (!), the next few months (and a former unified champion and an
indeed the rest of 2011) are packed with eliminator. 25th June will be a great
a lot of top fights. Here is a selection of Cornelius Bundrage vs. Schew Powell
night. (Live on Premier Sports from
the best: (IBF Light-Middleweight), Tavoris Cloud
25th June – Kell Brook vs. Lovemore 2nd July – Wladimir Klitschko (WBO,
N’Dou – ‘Special K’ is finally making a IBF, The Ring) vs. David Haye (WBA)
step-up, but the South African is past it – the biggest heavyweight clash since
at 39. A two-time world title challenger, Lewis vs. Tyson in 2002 as both men aim
he has never been stopped. to become the undisputed champion. In
the ‘Face-Off’ programme broadcast by
Felix Sturm (WBA) vs. Matthew Macklin HBO, Haye had Klitschko tongue-tied
– The German makes another defence and furious. Haye can back up his talk
of his middleweight belt. Macklin is the in the ring and I think that he will take
European champion at this weight but I home the belts. (Live on Sky Box Office)
see Sturm being just that bit too classy
for him. (Both on Sky Sports 2 from 9th July – John Murray vs. Kevin
20:30) Mitchell – In a battle of North vs. South,
the undefeated Murray is Mitchell’s first
Devon Alexander vs. Lucas Matthyse, vs. Yusaf Mack (IBF Light-Heavyweight),
fight in over a year. I think that Mitchell
Bermane Stiverne vs. Ray Austin (WBC
will win but his recent inactivity will
play into Murray’s hands at the ExCel
2011 JAZZ ON THE ROOF” AUCTION LOTS Arena. (Live on Sky Sports)
1. Private Box in the Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday 19 July for an Evening at the Proms 23rd July – Dereck Chisora vs. Tyson
A private box in the Royal Albert Hall for the Prom 6 concert at 7pm on Tuesday 19th July. The Fury – A big domestic heavyweight
box seats five people including a stool seat, which has a slight view restriction. The position clash at the Wembley Arena as Chisora
of this box on the second tier guarantees superb views of the concert. The evening pro- defends his British and Commonwealth
gramme includes Weber, Brahms and Stravinsky. Full details on www.bbc.co.uk/proms/2011/ titles. The 6ft 7in Fury has been taking
whatson/1907.shtm this fight very seriously, shedding the
pounds in training and I see this fight
Starting bid: £100
as a 50/50. (Live on Channel 5)
2. Dinner for four people at Alba restaurant on a date of your choosing to the value of
Amir Khan (WBA) vs. Zab Judah (IBF)
– Khan did not get a bite at WBC/
A dinner for four (maximum £50 per person) at Alba restaurant on Whitecross Street, EC1. The WBO champion Timothy Bradley but
menu combines modern Italian cuisine with Piedmont and traditional dishes. They strongly he still has the chance to unify against
believe in the use of authentic seasonal ingredients from Italy through out the year you will the dangerous Judah. Another tough
find the menu features the use of truffles, wild mushrooms, regional vegetables, charcuterie and assignment for the Olympian in Las
cheeses from small producers.” Vegas but I see him getting the decision
Starting bid: £100 using his speed. (Live on Primetime)
3. Half a Day Location Photo Shoot and £200 Wall Art Gift Certificate 27th August – Marcos Maidana vs.
A fantastic offer of a half day photo shoot with renowned photographer Laura Wadlow. Laura Robert Guerrero – Guerrero is moving
loves to create beautiful, inspiring images of children and families, utilising the natural environ- up in weight again to face the crude
ment. Laura offers a completely bespoke service, which is tailored to each individual client; she Argentine. The winner could face Amir
is able to work with their personality and interior to produce a selection of photographic wall art Khan in the future.
pieces. The offer includes a gift voucher of £200 towards the wall art work.
Retail value £495 Later in the year we will also see Floyd
Starting bid: £150 Mayweather make a comeback against
Victor Ortiz, the WBC title holder at
4. A voucher for up to four people for lunch or dinner on a date of your choosing at North- welterweight and Saúl Álvarez (who
bank restaurant to the value of £200 defeated Ryan Rhodes last week) could
A £200 voucher towards a lunch or dinner for up to 4 people at the restaurant right next door be fighting on the same night. Manny
to school.“Tucked under the Millennium Bridge, NORTHBANK is a relaxed, friendly yet slick Pacquiao will fight Juan Manuel
and smart restaurant and bar created by owner Christian Butler (ex-Adam Street and Baltic) Márquez in November after two epic
which opened to rave reviews in September 2007. Head Chef Peter Woods (ex-Tante Claire and very close fights. If David Haye
beats Klitschko, he may have his last
and The Belvedere) combines the simple with the clever and daring, and he is passionate about
fight in October, thenthere is the Super
sourcing fresh ingredients for his excellent modern, English menu.”
Six final between Carl Froch and Andre
Starting bid: £100
Ward, marked for late October and Amir
Plus more to come
Khan could make another appearance
Fuller details will be posted on the Friends Website in the ring in December. 2011 has been
and will be a great year for boxing.
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England vs Sri Lanka
Prix preview and
predictions Test Review
After the rapid made it difficult,
By DANNY TRAVES 1E wicket of the Rose
By RAHUL MALKANI 3S as they do have
Bowl displayed an a world class top
International Test six batting order.
Has F1 fallen in love with street Match for the very first time the test
races? After a race at a street track
series had ended with a 1-0 victory for What is not so world class about the
in Monaco, won by Sebastian Vettel,
before a street race in Montreal, won England. Certainly at times it looked Sri Lankans is perhaps their bowling.
by Jenson Button, we come to (yes, like a draw was the most likely result Remember that England have to face
you guessed it) ANOTHER street race due to unpredictable British weather, the best left-arm seamer later next
in Valencia. but one never knows with the England year - Zaheer Khan - and have not been
eleven. tested to their limits so far. Most of the
Hang on, we’ve already had a race in England batsmen have had respectable
Spain this year. Why are we back? If we cast our minds back all the way innings apart from captain Strauss.
Good question. After Fernando to Cardiff, England have engulfed Because most of the England bowlers
Alonso’s success in F1, the FIA allowed
opposition batsmen with swing and are right-handed, he has become
Spain to have two races per season.
Complicated, right? bounce. The most notable being Jimmy accustomed to the angle they provide.
Anderson who we rarely see put a foot This makes a predicament when he gets
So, what can we expect from this wrong - especially with consistent the other sort. He is keen to improve.
European Grand Prix? Er… not much. length. The giant of the attack Chris Other than that England have been
This has always had a boring feeling, Tremlett has also illustrated his father’s convincing.
and it’s because they have designed bowling style with aggression. We may
a terrible track. It is the widest street not have seen as much as we usually The big tests come from India who look
track there is, and the only man to be do of Graeme Swann - even though his on form particularly after their World
scared round there is Mark Webber,
consistency has been spot on. Broad Cup success. But they will be eyeing a
after his massive shunt with Heikki
Kovalainen last year. So don’t expect has been baffled by a number of injuries number-one spot.
anything big. in the past year, but late on he has
found plenty of rhythm. Sri Lanka have
Now, before I do my predictions, I
would just like to point out the race
feel of everyone in the paddock. Even
the managers love racing! To show
what I mean, look at this. Eddie
Jordan asked Christian Horner during
the red flag at the Canadian GP “Why
do you want this race restarted? You’ve CLS Jazz On the Roof
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Last week no-one managed the correct answer of
seven frogs. How many of Mr Fillingham’s
pets can you find this week? Put
your name and the correct answer
in his pigeonhole outside of
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Who will lift the Wimbledon Trophy?
Wimbledon is a tournament which By THOMAS BARTON 3A Queens and he may well be present to
every player dreams to win. But who
the final. Murray beat Roddick in the
will win this time?
up on the high end of tournaments but semi finals and his performance lately
there are younger players out there has a fine record beating those top
Federer and Nadal have been constant
who have more of a chance. Never the players. Murray is young and talented
title winners but is 2011 going to be a
less Federer has the skill and ability to and may slip past Federer and Roddick
different result? Nadal, ranked number
win without a doubt. to the Wimbledon final.
one player in the world is always a
favourite. He won the French Open
But will his experience be enough to Djokovic, world number two, is another
against Roger Federer in the final and
beat Andy Murray, fourth ranked in tennis player in a strong position of
is one of the most likely to win.
the world. Murray won Queens against winning Wimbledon after beating
the Frenchman Tsonga and is on form. Nadal in a previous tournament. So
Roger Federer, world number three,
Tsonga has already beaten Federer in who will win this year? We only have a
in my opinion has gone past his peak.
previous matches and was finalist at couple of weeks to wait.
Federer is a consistent player ending