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16/10/19

Students spent a day off the usual timetable to indulge in topics outside of the traditional curriculum. The day is held each year at Forest Hall to broaden students’ horizons and give them opportunities to indulge in a theme for longer than lessons allow. https://t.co/ytqVNFFjbL https://t.co/ubgJV1i8I0

15/10/19

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Epilepsy Action

This is fantastic, thank you and good luck! 💜

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15/10/19

This Friday students will be selling tea, coffee and cakes to raise money and awareness of epilepsy as part of Epilepsy Action Tea Break! Please allow your child a small amount of money to purchase these https://t.co/YPxdKDdqWO

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15/10/19

A reminder that the PTA Bag 2 School collection is tomorrow at 9am. Please bring any donations to school by then. https://t.co/zyKNAquWnt

14/10/19

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Kelly Clark

Good day at client where I heard about their collapsed timetable day and sign language lessons!

14/10/19

A reminder that the Yr 7 reward trip to Rollerworld (which takes place this Friday) is still open on ParentPay to those who have been successful. We have opened up 25 spaces for Yr 8 students on a first come first served basis. For more information, please contact Miss Griffiths.

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14/10/19

The annual Stansted Mountfitchet firework display will be at FHS again this year. https://t.co/bhFYJu79Mw

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12/10/19

We're excited to announce the launch of our consultation to expand Forest Hall School . More information is available here: https://t.co/D1XiPJZNYn https://t.co/r0K5XtboCi

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11/10/19

A big thank you to Herts Young Homeless, London Ambulance Service and Aspire for leading activities today. https://t.co/jqXMty73ui

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11/10/19

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We're excited to announce the launch of our consultation to expand Forest Hall School . More information is available here: https://t.co/IIOhN8WJuN https://t.co/gELKAdlI9W

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11/10/19

It’s our first collapsed timetable day of the academic year. Year 9 to 11 are focusing on their KS4 option subjects while Year 7 focus on careers with our independent careers advisors and Year 8 focus on first aid! https://t.co/FqA0yCjsKP

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10/10/19

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London Stansted’s student mentoring programme returns to Forest Hall School https://t.co/oqRMEVt8V9 https://t.co/mRIsz9l41o

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10/10/19

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BMAT schools are participating in for . Lots of activities are taking place across this week. https://t.co/37aZ4Ya3ko

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09/10/19

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A summer building programme saw £1.8m invested in our family of schools. BMAT operates primary and secondary schools in Harlow, Epping and Stansted in Essex and Newham in London. https://t.co/cAv7z3asSn https://t.co/oakKaUTqRj

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08/10/19

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Supporting Human Roots in their Community Gardening Project, aiming to Educate, tackle Social Isolation, reducing Food Poverty and promoting good Mental Health and Welbeing https://t.co/d2Mq2boxZq

08/10/19

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. have taught over 18,000 young people about how to effectively challenge discriminatory language and behaviour in schools across the country. We want them to continue their great work, but can only do so if you become a HEF member today. ➡ https://t.co/aJ2mLriCu9

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07/10/19

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Monday morning post! Thrilled to receive this Gold Award 🥇 for our outstanding support to our Initial Teacher Education Partnership trainees https://t.co/vbEsDqA2db

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07/10/19

The school book fair will be open Tuesday 8th at break, lunch and after school. It will then reopen at 4.30pm until 6pm should parents/carers wish to attend to purchase books. The last chance to buy a book is on Wednesday morning. https://t.co/b4VghQxZet

07/10/19

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Students hope for national gardening success

Students hope for national gardening success

Posted: 4th October 2019

Green-fingered students are hoping to have national success with their gardening project.

Year 8 students at Forest Hall School are taking part in the Royal Horticultural Society’s Campaign for School Gardening project The Green Plan It Challenge.

The six students - Darcy Ayliffe, Emma Erasmus, Courtney Joynson, Jack Clarke, Eden Armstrong and Ollie Law – have taken on the challenge to plan and build a model of a garden they would like to see in their school or community.

The team has been working with mentor Anthea Harrison – an award-winning garden designer from Stansted - who has been offering guidance on designing a garden from scratch and practical plant knowledge about what will work in the space used.

The students spent a day at RHS Hyde Hall, near Chelmsford, to learn more about the project and take part in activities to get a better understanding of the competition’s aims.

They also worked together to design a super plant with special abilities to address a specific problem.

Daniel Ricketts, gardening club leader who is teacher responsible for the project in school, said. “It was a brilliant day with the RHS team. It was really exciting to see hidden skills and knowledge being displayed by our students. All six have shown great commitment to working on the garden in the past year and this is the perfect way for them to show an even wider array of talent and really get the space used to its full potential.”

The ten-week project involves the team using a wide range of skills such as maths, computing and English as they will prepare a report and a presentation on the garden they have designed to be judged by a panel of horticulture experts in November at RHS Hyde Hall.

Head of school Hannah Jones said: “I am extremely proud of how hard our students have worked on our school garden and now in the wider community. Our students have shown a real passion in improving the environment for all which is great to see.”

Follow the team’s progress on Twitter @fhs_garden

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