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02/07/20

Madeline has been working exceptionally hard at home and been attending google classroom sessions to present her work to her teachers. We love her Ascot hat! Well done Madeline. We can’t wait for you to join FHS! https://t.co/ZlGwMn9FzM

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01/07/20

Well done to all those who entered the FHS food technology challenge last week. A big well done to Mason in Year 7 for winning! We are looking forward to seeing the next set of entries. https://t.co/8oMRekYqy0

30/06/20

Our first Yr 6 House transition evening took place tonight via Teams. Thank you to those families who joined us! Tomorrow we have Eagle house at 5pm. If you are a Yr 6 parent/carer & you require more information, please contact admissions.org.uk

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29/06/20

Well done to Faye for her exceptional achievement during working at home. We are all really proud of you Faye! https://t.co/FcDHQmT1Um

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26/06/20

Check your email account all FHS students! https://t.co/Q2IMWaHtIZ

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25/06/20

Our Year 6 exceptional home learner for today is Lizzie. Well done for your exceptional tie dye! https://t.co/ORbBA60IHx

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25/06/20

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Out Now! The new issue of Latitude - The magazine for BMAT Schools, Parents and Communities. Read it online here - https://t.co/aqc2Xy6VVz https://t.co/vQykuMBGEI

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25/06/20

We are excited to announce that on Friday 3rd July we are holding a virtual sports day. More information to follow..... https://t.co/YJdF0o05wo

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25/06/20

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National Writing Day

To everyone who joined in on the this , thank you. It's been an absoulte pleasure. Please continue to share your writing. We'll keep reading over the coming days. Plus, we'll see you next year: on Wednesday 23rd June 2021! https://t.co/xuMImTqfoz

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24/06/20

Well done Jasmine Rose some great baking skills on show here! Another exceptional home learner award given to our exceptional students. Please continue to send in your home learning success stories. https://t.co/ih5jjyYgBO

24/06/20

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Emma Nicholls

Much appreciated!! Thank you x

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24/06/20

This week we sent a message to our students via post...we are extremely proud of all their exceptional work. Keep going FHS students! https://t.co/HiBh7DVtvC

24/06/20

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Wedgie! This is absolutely gorgeous 😍

24/06/20

Another exceptional #247 from Mrs Whitbread! https://t.co/x3fNpEsvwd

24/06/20

Exceptional! Very proud of her #247 https://t.co/JZLQhrmZP7

24/06/20

Exceptional Mrs Wedgbrow! https://t.co/TsSRlQUWOD

24/06/20

Well done Miss Power! https://t.co/oz3K8QV55V

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24/06/20

Another exceptional student with their https://t.co/ks6ykwOJqL

24/06/20

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National Writing Day

THANK YOU for all the stories Forest Hall! https://t.co/S8T62kw6Jj

24/06/20

It’s National Writing Day. Here is a special message to our exceptional students ⁦ https://t.co/QoNRmBVGzU

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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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