Tuesday 18th July marked the Year 10 Achievement Assembly celebrating the Year 10 Students outstanding achievements. Students were presented with rewards by both Mrs. Johnson (CEO of the Loxford School Trust) and Mrs. R. Chakravarty (Principle of the Suncity School Delhi, India).
Performances from Gurdev Singh (Eddie Gatt award Winner) on Piano, Eliie Lowe/Eden Mahele- Singing (Governors Award) and Hajar Mourag /Rebecca Roberts Vocals showcased the talents of the year group musically.
Attached are all the winners from the day and a huge thank you to all members of year 10 for what was an excellent end to a thoroughly enjoyable year. On wards to Year 11 !
On Tuesday 13th December 23 Year 10 students visited Jump Evolution in Harold Hill as a reward for the hard work and achievements gained during the past term.
All 23 experienced the thrill and excitement associated with trampoline parks and despite a few bruised ego’s, remained unscathed following the experience.
An excellent time was had by all and the students who thoroughly deserved the experience left with smiles albeit sweaty and tired.
Speaker’s School Council Award
The School council made up of students from Year 2 – Year 12, were given the opportunity to enter the School Speakers Council Award. They presented their idea of Disney, and the ways in which young people have to grow up too fast.
The school council were given support by members of senior management in order to go ahead with their projects to get Disney running throughout the school.
We have organised a trip for students to see Disney on Ice at Wembley Arena, this also supports the schools SMSC policy and ensuring that our students are rounded when they leave at the end of year 11 or 13.
We have also organised Disney viewings of films, the most recent being ‘Frozen’ as the student council decided that this would be a film which they would all like to watch. – We also have plans to organise more Disney viewings in the future, to support our project of keeping young people, involved in their childhoods.
We have also supported the school in showing more Disney / pixar animated films during wet lunches, this has supported our idea on keeping students as children and young.
We have also encouraged older students in the school, to sing Disney songs for example ‘Let it go’ to younger students which has helped them with starting the school day in a positive way, as well as ensuring that students are aware that these older students are role models and able to support younger students should they have issues.
The schools assemblies for achievement had the song ‘Let it go’ from Frozen sang, this became a song for all year groups within the school. This was also emphasised as the final song in the Winter Concert, which was supported by the schools orchestra and music department.
- We have been able to get more top up machines located in the school to reduce the time trying to load money onto our fingers.
- We have started out Disney club.
- We have all had the opportunity to vote in Redbridge Youth Election.
- Students have supported the celebrations for Chinese New Year, with Chinese food being served in the canteen.
- We have worked with the police to raise issues which affect young people.
- We have looked at ways to complete the school pledges to become well rounded individuals.