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19/11/18

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Chris Daw QC

Please spread the word about this event, that I am pleased to be a part of. We are looking to encourage school pupils and students from all backgrounds to consider a career at the bar. 5th December @ 6:30pm. Streamed live via Twitter - tweet questions live or email in advance. https://t.co/N766nUOX9t

19/11/18

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Teaching School

Thinking about trying ? ‘A Taste of Teaching’ is a series of open school events to inform and advise potential trainees https://t.co/gD8jLnlZSR

19/11/18

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ESJPE

So our u14s have made it through to the last 16 of the Great performance from the team winning 4-2! They kept their cool and composure in a difficult game. Well done to the team!

19/11/18

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Ms Horner

We'd like as many of you as possible to get involved. What an achievement to be able to say you are a published author! https://t.co/kUXqewrzo4

19/11/18

A £10,000 piece of equipment used for drug-testing athletes helped students with their studies. Year 12 and 13 students at Epping St John’s School were given access to the spectroscopy machine by representatives from who visited the school. Full story https://t.co/dCkDCZb9JL https://t.co/rUvoq7oQ9Y

17/11/18

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ESJ - CPI Faculty

Another day, another CPI trip! are here at Twickenham and excited for some live international rugby. Come on, England! 🌹 https://t.co/wQ5EBLyfBF

17/11/18

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ESJPE

Our seats are in front of the box... Look out for the students of during the game Nice to see the legend doing pre game analysis https://t.co/Feq9RCf29J

17/11/18

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ESJ - CPI Faculty

“There’s no show like an ESJ show!” Tickets now available on Parentpay. Showcase of Dance, Drama and Music in a show of broadway classics and a second half dedicated entirely to the students’ favourite - The Greatest Showman! https://t.co/jzjhoP9oaf

17/11/18

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ESJPE

Who is excited for the school trip today?! Don’t forget to be at school for 10:30. https://t.co/soB7hRyB2r

16/11/18

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EverythingEppingForest

At tonight's Epping Forest Schools Parliamentary Debating Competition held by Epping Forest MP Eleanor Laing, a prize for Most Promising Newcomer was presented to student Lewis Martin https://t.co/bsgZvcV8TK

16/11/18

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Mr Y

Most promising newcomer in Epping Forest... Well done Lewis Matin! https://t.co/zChkHscbGc

16/11/18

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Ben Murphy CC

Wishing Lewis and Oliver of the very best of luck in the School’s Parliamentary Debating Competition hosted by this evening. They will be debating the subject of global warming 🌎

16/11/18

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BMAT

Teenagers from Harlow and Epping went head to head with a Lego challenge. Year 9 students from and and Year 10 students form took on the task of designing and programming a robot to carry out a specific task. https://t.co/VRzDINXb9W https://t.co/pjl7BcR2d2

16/11/18

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BMAT

BMAT Battle Of The Bards! Presented by . Othello by takes on Henry IV Part 1 by . 29th November at in the main theatre. Contact (email in poster) for details and tickets. https://t.co/iRKJ3gqLUe

16/11/18

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Miss K Driver

We have had over 40 entries to the Christmas card competition for ESJ! Some of these entries are the most brilliant and adorable things I have ever seen. Our students really are amazing! Brace yourself for Xmas card spam.... 🤣🤩😆

16/11/18

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Miss K Driver

Some of the finalists for this years competition!!! https://t.co/Wvj5afsF8x

15/11/18

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ESJPE

Fantastic performance from our year 9 football team in the National Competition today. After an hours drive to Kent we left with a 6-0 victory. That takes us into the last 108 teams in the entire country. Really of the boys

15/11/18

Teenagers are looking forward to making a difference to lives in Cambodia. A group of Year 11 students have signed up to spend 28 days in Cambodia next summer. Between now and then, they each must raise £3,500 towards the trip https://t.co/AL5AvWplUK https://t.co/BVwsad6yxs

15/11/18

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Epping Forest DC

Nominate candidates for Citizen or Team of the Year 2019 before 30 November 2018 https://t.co/SaruneiMt4 https://t.co/BYkGqc2r7l

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Expectations of Year 11 outlined

Expectations of Year 11 outlined

Posted: 17th October 2018

A Year 11 expectation evening has been held at Epping St John’s School so families can fully support children in their studies.

The expectation evening forms part of the Year 11 strategy for students in their final year where data is regularly assessed and interventions put into place when the data suggests they are needed.

Eposi Ewome, director of learning Year 10 and 11, said: “The aim of expectations evening was to talk about the Year 11 strategy, exam stress, exam requirements, the support we offer, how parents can support the school and their children and how students can support themselves in terms of accepting what we are offering them.

“We also speak to parents about the importance of students getting enough sleep. Occasionally, students might say they feel ill or have a headache, when it turns out they have not had enough sleep. It’s also important they do things they enjoy during Year 11, such as socialising; it’s not just about learning, it’s also about having fun.”

The school puts on weekly aspirations sessions after school for Year 11 students to complete extra revision with their subject teachers. These opportunities are also on offer during school holidays.

Mrs Ewome said: “When students stay after school, they get more one-to-one or small group support which really benefits them.

“If parents understand more about what’s going on at school, they can support their children better at home. Students have access to amazing revision resources at school which they can also use from home.”

Parents were also told about the school’s growing sixth form.

Executive head Stephen Hehir said: “It is vital that Year 11 students and their parents/carers are aware of all the support the school is providing for them over the course of their final GCSE year.

“There is a lot of exam pressure in Year 11. We believe through events such as the Year 11 expectation evening students and parents/carers are given the best advice to support them to reach their potential next summer and to achieve highly.

“Well done to all students, parents/carers and staff for attending and making this night a success!”

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