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22/08/19

"As a school, we are incredibly proud of our students and what they have achieved in their summer GCSEs." https://t.co/dLNGkSxVjB https://t.co/FXboxTbDxR

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15/08/19

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Mr. L. Davis

As the new term approaches, teachers in the area should take a look at - they offer FREE homelessness workshops to schools and a whole range of other fun, interactive and informative sessions which students find really engaging. Highly recommended. https://t.co/8vOxKy5iTY

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15/08/19

Good luck to all those students collecting their A Level results today. This time next week it is GCSE results day. Fingers crossed for all students! https://t.co/zkqtC8elrC

15/08/19

The start of the Autumn term is Wednesday 4th September at 8.45am. Students will be given their timetable & planner on this day. Students in Year 7 will be involved in an anti-bullying/friendship activities all day. Students in Year 8 to 11 will have normal lessons on this day.

15/08/19

A reminder that GCSE results day is Thursday 22nd August. Students in Year 11 are invited in at 9am to collect their results and students in Year 9 and 10 are invited in at 10am. Please be aware that students and parents/carers will need to enter school via the library entrance.

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30/07/19

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Epping St John’s Sixth Form

WE ARE STILL ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR SEPTEMBER 2019 - Our 6th Form space is currently undergoing a full refurb ready for September - to find out more and apply online visit https://t.co/SSyhHVkvzN and click on Sixth Form. https://t.co/JoZpIiB7SL

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21/07/19

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Magna Carta Primary Academy

Our defibrillator has been installed & registered. It's outside the entrance & is for use by anyone who needs it. Info' about how to open the cabinet outside school hours is on the outside.Thanks to those who donated money to pay for the cabinet and fitting. https://t.co/H0GVUKeDlY

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19/07/19

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WastepackGroup

Read more about our continued work with , and , on today: https://t.co/zA4MacXtF1 https://t.co/DFx55VPTMF

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19/07/19

Brave young people faced their fears and rose to the challenges a school holiday gave them. Year 7 and 8 students from Forest Hall School spent three days at Essex Outdoors Mersea. https://t.co/mMzRZQ04cU https://t.co/mYmKc9eLkR

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16/07/19

A night of swing incorporated a mix of student performances and music by the Blue Skies Big Band. The audience enjoyed an opportunity for a dance during the show at Forest Hall School. https://t.co/JjHwmgJ939 https://t.co/NNsjCU8iDQ

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15/07/19

Even time for waffles and ice cream tonight! Last full day tomorrow, looking forward to the Greek night in Roda with the children from the orphanage! Greek dancing, plate smashing and lots of Greek food! https://t.co/vEeCrR8X7E

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15/07/19

Hard-hitting warnings and advice were given to help young people to keep safe and well in a variety of scenarios. Year 8 students at Forest Hall School spent a whole day off of the usual timetable to focus on their physical and mental health and wellbeing. https://t.co/aJWvFt2EKo https://t.co/VJ42uvGZZA

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15/07/19

History came to life when students took a visit to the Imperial War Museum . The trip to Duxford enabled Year 8 students from Forest Hall School to get a better understanding of WWI and WWII. https://t.co/pa1vP6RJxc https://t.co/0oxu6zeTcj

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14/07/19

The day after the brief storm last night....At the water park and ready for the slides. Looks like the children from the orphanage are ready to go! https://t.co/RgpRMTwMfI

14/07/19

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Aspire

Please share this. This needs to be praised. We are all so quick to hear about negativity so let’s celebrate the good things. https://t.co/QVs2ELwFos

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13/07/19

After a day on the beach with the children from the orphanage, we have made our way to Corfu Town for dinner and shopping! https://t.co/uJmEF9gKWV

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12/07/19

Arrived at the orphanage to see the children....more updates to follow. https://t.co/Vj9xpKptta

11/07/19

A reminder that tomorrow (Friday 12th July) is a non-uniform day for students and staff. Money raised will go to the Eagle House charity - CLIC Sargent. Please ensure that payment is made via ParentPay.

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11/07/19

Students off to Corfu to visit the Smile of the Child orphanage. Have a great time! https://t.co/KYvb3YJxpw

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11/07/19

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Students prove they've got talent

Students prove they've got talent

Posted: 3rd April 2019

Students proved they really do have a diverse range of talents, from spinning plates to solving a Rubik’s cube.

Forest Hall School held a Forest Hall’s Got Talent contest to give students an opportunity to showcase their talents.

The event was also a way of raising money for the Greek orphanage supported by the Smile of the Child charity. The school made the link with the orphanage in Corfu to enable students to help those less fortunate than themselves, as well as giving Stansted youngsters the opportunity to go abroad and experience another culture.

Students auditioned to take part in the show, while their peers paid 50p to watch the process, raising £70 towards the next trip to Greece.

A group of 16 finalists made it through to the main event, where more than 80 guests packed out the audience.

Rosie Deane was the overall winner with her singing and ukulele act, while Doll House dancing group came second and Charlie Jacob singing while Freddie Challis spun plates came third.

Sarah Power, careers enrichment and mable lead, said: “I wanted to organise this event primarily to raise money for the Greek orphanage, but also to give our students a platform to showcase their talents. “A lot of our students are very talented and we may not see that in our every day school life in lessons.

“It was amazing to see some of the quieter students get up and sing their hearts out or dance as a team or even spin plates and solve Rubik’s Cubes!

“As enrichment lead at Forest Hall, I want to ensure students are enjoying their school life, trying new things, challenging themselves and taking risks. It was a great event which I hope will take place yearly.”

Stephen Hehir, executive head, said: “It is so refreshing to see our students performing, developing their confidence and giving back to others who are less fortunate than themselves. This is a tribute to everything we stand for at Forest Hall, which is to ensure students achieve highly, but also become decent, well-rounded citizens of the world.

“Well done to all students and staff connected with this Forest Hall’s Got Talent!”

Emily Konstantas, of Aspire, who is the link between the school and the charity, said: “Forest Hall has been extremely committed to raising money and awareness for the Smile of the Child charity since the school first became involved in 2015. We have built up a lovely relationship between the orphanage and the students and staff at Forest Hall.

“I couldn’t be prouder of everything Forest Hall has done in supporting the refurbishment of the orphanage. I look forward to future fundraising events!”

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