End of Term Easter Letter

Dear Families,
As we approach the Easter break, we look forward to rest and rejuvenation. Easter is a time for new beginnings and re-focus. In the 40 days before Easter, Christians observe Lent by entering into a period of self-examination and repentance through prayer. It would be beneficial that all of our students reflect on the past term and their successes, but also that they think carefully about how they can improve and move forward in the next term to strive for excellence.
Exam Season

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Oxford University Trip

On the 7th of February 2019, a group of year 10 students had the opportunity to visit Oxford University – St Peter’s Campus.  They were given a talk on degrees they can study, facilities and opportunities available followed by a tour of the campus.  The students got to share lunch and  have a chat with current Oxford students.   Later on students were given a tour of Oxford and what it offered.  The day ended with students doing a taster course in English where they discussed ‘should books be banned’ a very emotive subject.  Students had a very enriching day and got to ask questions about Oxford University and had a taste of what University life might offer.   Well done all. 

Students attended were:  Zara, Monica, Boran, Neo, Raymond, Grace, Rhianna, Alexander, Zayn and Elise.

 

Whole School Enrichment – Dance

An amazing start to the new Dance club has seen full capacity at every session.  Both boys and girls have been choreographing a street dance performance and have lots of fun on the way!!  A reminder to all students/parents that the commitment to extra-curricular activities has a proven impact on exam results whilst reducing stress in young people.
 
 
Mr Jennings
Whole School Enrichment

 

Child staying over and in your care – Who knows where they are?

Dear parents and carers,

Child staying over and in your care – Who knows where they are?

Children are among the most vulnerable members of society and this is intensified when they are unaccounted for and potentially missing. As adults, we have a moral and legal obligation to safeguard them. The Metropolitan police are therefore seeking your assistance to enable the whereabouts of children to be known to those responsible for their care, especially when sleeping away from their usual home address.

Staying Over Letter

Jack Petchey’s “Speak Out” Challenge

Enfield_2019_-1132Congratulations to Rachael Chyke for her successful performance for Jack Petchey’s “Speak Out” Challenge at St Anne’s Catholic High School. Despite being one of the last contestants to perform, Rachael’s passionate, articulate and inspiring speech “What colour do you see?” energised the entire audience and thoroughly impressed the judges. Rachael came second out of fifteen for the Regional Final – a fantastic achievement! 

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Extra-Curricular Activities

We are delighted to inform you of a new addition to our programme
starting Thursday 7th March.

Dance

We are in the process of setting up a Dance club focusing on Street Dance that will run after school on Thursday’s 3:45 – 4:35pm.  This will be FREE and open to all students who can commit to every session.  PE kit is required.  The aim is for the group to choreograph a performance at the end of the 12 week block.  If your child is interested in this they must see Ms Ali (Science) and register their interest.  We only have space for 20 students and the start date is Thursday 7th March 2019.

Mr Jennings – Whole School Enrichment

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Reggie Yates atends the Rhema Arts Music & Poetry Workshop

This term we had a visit from Reggie Yates during the Rhema Arts Music & Poetry Workshop.

Little did we know that Reggie Yates was coming to announce that Rhema Arts had won this year’s Aviva Community Fund. 

This funding will allow Rhema Art’s to continue working with us & other schools delivering Creative Arts workshops.

Well done to the founder of Rhema Arts Ruth Ekong who is a former student of Bishop Stopford’s School.