Poppy Appeal

IMG_1997Each year, Loxford Sixth Form students distribute the iconic paper poppies throughout the school, collecting donations in return to help support the vital work which the British Legion does for the Armed Forces community. This year a group of year 12 students lead this charity work and we look forward to hearing how much money we have raised when your collection tins are counted.

Students wore the paper poppy on their chest as a symbol of Remembrance: to remember the fallen Service men and women killed in conflict.

The first Poppy Appeal was held in 1921, the founding year of The Royal British Legion. Red silk poppies, inspired by the famous First World War poem In Flanders Fields, sold out instantly and raised more than £106,000. The funds helped WW1 veterans find employment and housing after the war. The following year, the Poppy Factory was set up, employing disabled ex-Servicemen to create the poppies to sell during the appeal. Today, the factory still produces millions of poppies each year.

Tree Planting in Loxford Park

On Monday the 13th November, a group of  year 7 and year 12 students went to Loxford Park to help plant maple trees to support the charity ‘Trees for Cities’.   Students worked together to help dig up the soil, plant the trees and create a habitable environment for the tree to grow. Our students worked really hard  and showed great team spirit , they are so proud of what they have achieved they decided to name the trees Mavis, Matilda and Mable.  Our students are really looking forward to being able to see their trees grow over the coming years.  Tree planting will be happening throughout the months of November and December at Loxford Park and welcome the local residents to come along and help.  This weekend local residents are invited to come along to help plant tress under the supervision of a local charity called “Trees for Cities”.  They will also be providing some snacks to keep you going and  expert instruction on how to plant the trees.  The aim is to  plant many trees to improve the landscape of the park along with Redbridge as a whole.  So if you fancy having a go, why not pop along to Loxford Park at the weekend.

Danielle Siequien,
Year 12 Year Care Team.

Attendance to School

We strongly believe that full attendance to school is the only way to ensure outstanding results on A Level and level 3 BTEC courses.  All students have a target attendance of 95% or above.  Some students exceed this target:

Winners 100%

The following year 12 students have maintained 100% attendance, never missing a single lesson throughout the year so far:

Afful, Chelsea
Dhali, Dibha
Foxley, Christopher
Rychlowska, Izabela
Stangaard, James

 

Runners Up 99%

The following students have also maintained an excellent record of attendance, with a figure of above 99%:

Ahmad, Mahnoor 99.86
Yiadom, Darnell 99.86
Wabulo-Wamono, Jefferson Nicholas 99.84
Patel, Mayuri 99.83
Panesar, Pavneet 99.67
Rezai, Qais 99.67
Badenko, Paulina 99.65
Dhingra, Kuran 99.58
Virk, Rajan 99.58
Manivannan, Shangeetha 99.53
Saujani, Aisha 99.52
Patel, Radhika 99.51
Kandasamy, Arunthiya 99.5
Chowdhury, Zaynab 99.47
Siddique, Arooj 99.47
Vigneswaran, Sujana 99.25
Bahan, Karwan 99.21
Mehta, Rhiya 99.17
Tahlil, Maymun 99.17
Iqbal, Saif 99.16
Odedra, Jankhana 99.12
Adeyemo, Shereef 99.09
Abdalla, Abubakar 99.04
Atere, Timilehin 99.03
Sureswaran, Sugieth 99.03
Chongo, Chakumuka 99
Rahman, Nishat 99

 

Positive Achievment Referrals

When students produce an exceptional piece of work in class, for homework or in a test, teachers make a positive referral to the Achievement Team Leader.

The following students have the highest number of positive referrals in year 12:

41 India Tyga- lilly Henry-Muir
38 James Stangaard
36 Thasnim Begum
36 Iyeza Mirza
34 Farakh Ali
34 Matas Gumbelevicius
34 Safa Mahmood
33 Amin Ahmed
33 Jonada Osaj
32 Abimbola Adelodun
32 Zainab Khanom
31 Shereef Adeyemo
31 Mashrin Hossain
30 Aisha Magho
30 Filza Raja
30 Kishan Solanki

 

Successful Students from Tracking

According to their teacher assessments, the following students on BTEC  courses are well on the way to achieving distinction grades.  Congratulations to them all:

JAMA Mubarak
KAUR Simran
MEHMOOD Humna
ROMUKAITE Gabriele
HANNA Rohan
JACUSEVICIUS Paulius
UDDIN Mohammed
BASHIR Zayna
FAISAL Madeeha

 

According to their teacher assessments, the following students on A Level courses are well on the way to achieving 2 or more A/B grades at A Level.  Congratulations to them all:

BHAKRI Shivani
HUSAIN Romana
MAGHO Aisha
PANESAR Pavneet
ELAMAM Sarah
HASAN Muneeb
TAHLIL Maymun
CHOWDHURY Jasmin
KHAN Aliyah
AHASAN Shoisob Ashraf
AHMAD Mahnoor
ASGHAR Maryam
ASGHAR Ubaid
ASLAM Zakia
BHATT Ankit
BIRDI Eleasha
DHALIWAL Harkaran
DHINGRA Kuran
FOXLEY Christopher
GUMBELEVICIUS Matas
HOSSAIN Mashrin
HUSSAIN Yousaf
KAMRAN Naba
MIAH Mohammed Monjur
MURIDI Liban
RAJA Filza
RAJA Zain
RAMOS Zhanaia
SABREEN Samah
SALEEM Sannah
SKOWRONSKI Alex
TERPANI Luis
VIRK Rajan
WRITER Taslima
YIADOM Darnell
ZIA Sohaib
AHMAD Umar
ASHRAF Zaid
DHALI Dibha
HASSAN Talal
OSAJ Jonada
SHAH Arbaaz
TAHIRA Areeb
ABDI Mahad
PATEL Radhika
SABBIR HASSAN Barat
STANGAARD James
AFRAH Ismahan
KABIR Noubih Promi
LAURUSONIS Nedas
SAUJANI Aisha
TESLYAR Dennis
VYAS Jay