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    19 June 2020

    This week’s news summary:

    • Headteacher’s News
    • DT Upcycling Project
    • Birkbeck History Conference
    • Remote Assembly
    • Y7 Art
    • Y7 English - Poetry
    • Community Safety - Network Rail

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    • Headteacher’s News

      A brand new head girl team! Congratulations to all members of our brand new Head Girl Team. They rose brilliantly to the challenge of running a remote election campaign and we have an ambitious and innovative group of students to provide leadership
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    • DT Upcycling Project

      Stay home, save lives – Upcycling Project Some adults and students do not have access to a space where they can complete their work. People are needing support to help organise themselves without having to spend money on buying products from
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    • Birkbeck History Conference

      On Tuesday 16 June, thirteen Year 12 students took part in a virtual conference hosted by Birkbeck, University of London. The focus of the conference was ‘Studying the Past’ and was designed for students who were interested in studying Hi
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    • Remote Assembly

      We have all had to change the way we live and work since the lockdown. I am sure like me, you will have come across tech we didn't know we needed. Thank you to the 157 students who responded to my survey before half term. Ms Man
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    • Y7 Art

      My year 7 students have been exploring texture and mark-making. Last week they were given the task to do a still life drawing using pen, pencil or biro. They were asked to show as many different textures as possible in their drawing. Here are some
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    • Y7 English - Poetry

      Year 7 wrote poems using the first line of Jenny Joseph's poem Warning, When I grow old I shall... Their observations about ageing were amusing, moving and insightful! I have chosen a selection as there were far too many to include. Ms Essery
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    • Community Safety - Network Rail

      As a Community Safety Manager at Network Rail it is my role to ensure people understand the dangers both on and near the railway and the far-reaching consequence of someone’s decision to trespass.  Key messages: At present the tra
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