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22/06/19

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Miss Trainor 🌍

Today, I said see ya 👋🏽 to a wonderful bunch of year 11s https://t.co/nDlFLBUFTj

21/06/19

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Impressionable Minds

Thank you so much to all the staff at Forest Hall. Year 8 students were so engaged throughout. A credit to you all 👍🏼 https://t.co/nTRco9AHWZ

21/06/19

Today our Year 8 students had a day of workshops and activities focused on keeping safe. These included gangs, drugs, mindfulness, online safety and rail/road safety. Workshops provided by were great!

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21/06/19

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Impressionable Minds

Super excited to be delivering Gangs and Drugs workshops at tomorrow. Should be an awesome day 😉 https://t.co/nHpu2SfLjO

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21/06/19

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Our Stansted

Over the last 2 days we’ve welcomed over 100 students from our partner school . Year 11 students joined their mentors on a shadowing day and year 9 met engineers, a pilot, an X-ray technician and head of passenger services at the Aerozone. https://t.co/gEzjJHtIoe

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21/06/19

Even on a school trip to Mersea our Eco Ambassadors are busy collecting litter! Well done! https://t.co/gRwnnFruo0

21/06/19

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London Stansted Airport

You're very welcome, ! 😊✈

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20/06/19

Very proud of our Year 10 students working in the community today to improve it. Community matters! https://t.co/auSmLOJfBa

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20/06/19

A big thanks to for allowing us to visit as the last part of our airport monitoring! https://t.co/ZGWD3ztdzK

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20/06/19

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neil banks

Great to have students from as part of our mentoring program https://t.co/Tikq1jmDO4

20/06/19

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GROW@FHS

A final update - we did a second sale on Tuesday and raised our total to £91.93! Thanks to all the hungry and generous people at !

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18/06/19

A big thank you to the PTA for organising the Bag 2 School scheme. Thank you also to all those parents/carers and community members who donated clothing etc today. https://t.co/mwPds38P75

17/06/19

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GROW@FHS

This is hugely worrying for everyone but are doing our best to keep up with this in our area. https://t.co/eSGwE57Bnx

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17/06/19

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GROW@FHS

held a sale today and raised £75! Thanks for all your purchases and thanks to all the bakers! We will shift the last few cakes tomorrow lunchtime for 20p each! Our proceeds will go to the and our charity. https://t.co/JwQ6wV50cz

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15/06/19

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Literacy Trust

The Jacqueline Wilson Creative Writing Prize is looking for budding young writers! One lucky winner will have their story published in a Jacqueline Wilson book: https://t.co/PckyHq5fcx https://t.co/bynH8v0N1i

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14/06/19

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Uttlesford DC

UDC is proud to be flying the Rainbow Flag 🏳️‍🌈 at our London Road offices today ahead of Essex Pride on Saturday 15 June and in ongoing support of the LGBTQi+ communities. It's flying high despite the rain. 💦🌈 https://t.co/t6tqaF56Y3

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13/06/19

Top mathematicians had their knowledge extended with a trip to Bletchley Park. Students in Year 7 and 8 who excel in maths had a guided tour of Bletchley Park and heard about its history from WWII. https://t.co/pjhsFw3KcN https://t.co/8IpReGrj4f

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13/06/19

Forest Hall School has planted 160 trees as part of its eco work. The Eco Club teamed up with the Woodlands Trust for the project. https://t.co/vqD6d0euti https://t.co/GWMkCCdUu3

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06/06/19

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Kate Mallinder

Thank you to and for asking me to skype with some of your Year Sevens. They were fabulous; engaged, polite and with great questions. And their creative writing was outstanding! 🌟 https://t.co/yM6Avi2Vfc

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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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