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Eastbury School celebrates record breaking A level results with a 99.5% pass rate PDF Print E-mail


Eastbury School celebrates record breaking A level results with a 99.5% pass rate


Eastbury School is delighted to announce another highly successful year for Sixth Form students who have once again exceeded our expectations and produced the A level and BTEC results which will enable them to go on to an outstanding range of Universities, Modern Apprenticeships and professions. At a time when the number of the top A*/ A grades is declining, Eastbury has bucked the national trend with nearly half of all grades achieved were at A* to B and 17 students achieving A* grades. Eastbury is proud that all of their disadvantaged students in receipt of free school meals have passed their A Levels and have qualified for university.  

Eastbury Loses a Valued Student - Ramela Isufi PDF Print E-mail

It is with great sadness that we informing you of the loss of Ramela Isufi and other members of her family whilst traveling abroad.
Ramela was a cherished and highly valued member of our school. Our thoughts and prayers go to the family, friends and fellow students at this difficult time.

Jamie's Home Cooking Skills Competition 2014 - winners and runners-up announced PDF Print E-mail

Mariana Isaacs - Eastbury Comprehensive School, wins the Jamie's Home Cooking Skills Comptetion - Individual Competition

WINNERS ANNOUNCED - TES Schools Awards 2014 PDF Print E-mail

Eastbury Comprehensive School, Barking, won the Literacy and English Award at this afternoon’s annual TES FE Awards.

Eastbury Comprehensive School recognises that literacy is fundamental to success in life and places this skill at the heart of its curriculum.

At the core, this means a commitment to “whole-school literacy” that has, for example, led to 28 teachers volunteering their time to share best practice and coordinate their efforts in a literacy working party.

Letter to an unknown soldier - Published online PDF Print E-mail

On Platform One of Paddington Station in London, there is a statue of an unknown soldier; he’s reading a letter. On the hundredth anniversary of the declaration of war – in this year crowded with official remembrance and ceremony – everyone in the country is invited to pause, take a moment or two, and write that letter. All the letters the soldier receives will be published on line, creating a new kind of war memorial – one made only of words.

Y10 BTEC Trip to Stubbers - June 2014 PDF Print E-mail

Seventy three students took part in team building activities at Stubbers Activity Centre on Thursday 19thJune. Students participated in all terrain boarding, abseiling, canoeing, rifle shooting, crate stack, raft building and the group really enjoyed the experience, both educationally and socially.

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