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Good Morning Britain - 13 May 2015 PDF Print E-mail

I am extremely proud to report that the kindness of Eastbury students has been recognised by a national TV company.  Following our national award for kindness, and hearing about our students’ involvement with peer mediation, charity and sports leadership, the company wants to feature Eastbury in a live broadcast.  We are currently finalising the details with the producers.  The programme will be broadcast on Wednesday 13 May between 6am and 8.30am.

Year 8 Student has her Article Published in "The Scholar" PDF Print E-mail

Jonida Kolgjini is to be congratulated on having her article "HOW USEFUL IS JOSEPH CAMPBELL’S HERO WITH A THOUSAND FACES AS A TOOL FOR LITERARY CRITICISM?" published in the lastest edition of The Scholar, the Brilliant Club online magazine. (Page 30-31)



Year 8 Art G&T trip to The Saatchi Gallery - April 2015 PDF Print E-mail

Thirty Art gifted and talented year 8 students were selected to attend The Saatchi Gallery: PangeaII exhibition on Monday 20thApril. Students were selected to go on this amazing opportunity because of their creativeness and commitment they have shown in their Art lessons so far. 

This opportunity allowed students to explore Contemporary Art from artists from Africa and South America and develop critical skills by sharing their work with peers.

World Book Day - March 2015 PDF Print E-mail

On Thursday 5 March we celebrated World Book Day with a Come as Your Favourite Book Character Day. Over £600 was raised for our nominated literacy charity The Book Bus which helps distribute books and teaches reading to children throughout the world without access to books, schools and libraries.

Mr Durling also joined us in the library for the day for a very popular storytelling and hobbit riddle session.

Barking and Dagenham schoolgirls raise voices to end FGM PDF Print E-mail

“We would be foolish to think Female Genital Mutilation [FGM] is not happening here. We’re a very diverse borough that has people from practising communities living here.”

These are the stark words of Natalie Smith, the education director of Dagenham’s Arc Theatre, which helps pupils lead peer discussions on FGM.

Its trailblazing female empowerment scheme, which aims to tackle the subject head-on to improve confidence in girls from Year 7 upwards, was among the borough’s FGM-tackling efforts featured in BBC Three documentary Stop Cutting Our Girls.

The Comic Relief funded programme, which aired earlier this month, showed Fresh Meat star Zawe Ashton visit Eastbury Comprehensive School in Barking to see Arc Theatre’s Raised Voices group lead a presentation.

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Visit - March 2015 PDF Print E-mail

Students from Years 10 went to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Wednesday 11th March to discover job opportunities that will soon be available in and around Stratford. The activities and workshops were designed around the themes of inspire, discover, test and present – which helps young people learn about careers in the following sectors:

Creative Arts and performance, Media, Broadcast, Digital and Communication, Science, Engineering and Technical, Construction and Manufacturing, Sport and Leisure, Finance and professional services.

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