Our students took part in raising money for local charity- Nawaal Benevolence Fund by having a ‘Bake Off’ competition at the school. They baked cakes and other sweet cakes to enter the competition. We had
Our Year 11 students had a visit from the Deputy Head of 6th form at Brampton Manor. As they are considering what options to take in terms of further education they were given vital information
The Acting Borough Commander, Ian Lardner, at Forest Gate Police visited the school to let us know how much the staff and students’ gesture of kindness has affected everyone at the station. He said everyone at the
Our students took part in raising money for Comic relief. They baked cakes, sold desserts and also sold red noses to help raise money for the charity. We managed to raise £375.
Our secondary students participated in the British Science Week 2017. The week was filled with fun science related events for students to take part in. This will included; Science Experiments for both Primary and Secondary
Year 2 went to kidspace for PE. They got the opportunity to develop balance, agility and co-ordination in a new environment specifically made for the development of children in PE.
Year 4 went to Better extreme for PE. They had an opportunity to master basic movements including running, jumping, dodgeball, as well as developing balance, agility and co-ordination in a new environment specifically made for
Year 6 went to the Tower of London as part of their History lesson. The students had an opportunity to learn about periods in history and discuss the impact and causes of historical changes in
During RE Year 3 studied Hinduism and India. They learnt about the different gods, places of worship and celebrations. Ms Choudary organised a Indian themed Party in which girls dressed up in Indian attire. They also presented what
Year 5 visited ‘Ripley’s Believe It or Not!’ It was a fantastic opportunity for the pupils to engage with quirky artworks and scrapheap sculptures, discover medieval mysteries and explore curious cultures, whilst immersing themselves in