On Wednesday 12th October year 13’s brought in a mass amount of tinned food for the less fortunate.  The Harvest festival is a celebration which happens every year and is very popular around the world. Students helped decorate the stage with fabrics and leaves to personalise and show off the food that was given by…

Students and teachers from Salwan Public School (India) visited Loxford School. The educational and cultural exchange provided a fantastic opportunity for pupils and staff to learn about each others’ cultural and educational systems. Students participated in Biology, Maths, English, Science, Geography, Business Studies and RE lessons, as well as engaging in global learning activities. The students performed…

Thirty Year 10 students visited Kew Gardens to gain first-hand inspiration for their project on natural forms.  Students explored the Princess of Wales Conservatory and Palm House where they had the opportunity to photograph tropical rainforests and draw various plants including cacti, ferns, orchids and waterlilies. This correlates well with their current research project on…

24 students from year 8 went to London Central Mosque this week. Students were taken on a guided tour and took part in a workshop. Students were quizzed on their understanding on various aspects of Islam and what was taught in the workshop. They were then given an opportunity to ask any questions that they…

Boycode attended Loxford school on Tuesday 11th October. They performed a mixture of songs to both Year 8 and 9 students, and the students really enjoyed the performance.  The band came with a message for the students about cyber bullying and how they are able to stay safe online. They gave advise about passwords and…

On Thursday 6th October, Olympic Athlete Jessica Ennis-Hill visited Loxford Primary for the afternoon. This was arranged through a child in year 4, who’s mother entered a competition whilst online shopping with Sainsburys which she was lucky enough to win! The whole of the primary school attended an assembly where the children got to ask her questions about her training…

The Year 12’s visited the Whitechapel gallery, Brick lane and the Saatchi gallery on Tuesday 4th October to document their surroundings and research new artists.  For many it was the first time they’d visited these destinations. The current topic of Architectural Forms has been a starting point . During this Art trip students photographed graffiti Art in Brick…

My “Road to Becoming an Actor” started during my GCSE Year. I was ambitious to become an actor after completing successful acting performances in my Drama lessons. My drama teacher Mr Sophos and LSA Mr Howard were very supportive and encouraging throughout. They believed in me and told me never to give up my dreams…