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Eastbury 1st and 3rd Place Winners of Jack Petchey's "Speak Out" Challenge - April 2014 PDF Print E-mail

Congratulations to the Following Eastbury Students for placing first and third place in the Jack Petchey's "Speak Out" Challenge.

Year 7D Prize Winners in Fourth Plinth Schools Awards Competition PDF Print E-mail

We are delighted to inform you that Mr Bartholomew’s year 7D form class, ‘Totem Pole’ 3D colourful artwork has won a prize in this year’s Fourth Plinth Schools Awards competition!

Mock Trial Competition - Year 9 PDF Print E-mail

Congratulations to the year 9 pupils that took part in the Magistrates Mock Trial Competition.

They worked really hard to prepare and rehearse a trial scene based on the case of a stolen bike. They played the parts of lawyers, legal advisors, witnesses, magistrates and defendants.

Tate to Tate GCSE Art Trip - March 2014 PDF Print E-mail

On the 18th March 2014, GCSE Art students visited the Tate Modern and Tate Britain permanent collection. This experience gave them an insight into the contemporary and traditional art market and showed them some of the best cutting edge visual arts in the world.

Understanding, analysing and connecting with Art in galleries is a vital part of the GCSE Art syllabus. Seeing original work rather than reproductions has many benefits, including enhancing the student’s knowledge.  Students documented a range of relevant artists that they discovered at the galleries, which link back to their current Still Life and Portrait GCSE coursework.

Head boy and girl nominated for London-wide award PDF Print E-mail

A head boy and girl described as “outstanding role models” have been nominated by their teachers for a London-wide competition hailing the achievements of young people Damilola Olabisi and Aliyah Aslam, both 15, of Eastbury Comprehensive School, Hulse Avenue, Barking, have been nominated for the John Lewis Young People of the Year awards in London (YOPEYs) – which has £1,000 of prize money up for grabs for unsung heroes.

Eastbury - A school to educate Michael Gove PDF Print E-mail
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