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19/10/19

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ESJ English

Congratulations to who has been appointed KS3 English and Literacy coordinator! You will be incredible. Your enthusiasm is contagious. ❤ https://t.co/znGeUWP8LX

19/10/19

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ESJPE

vote for an old team mate of one of the staff. Can he get his hat-trick in the last 10 minutes? https://t.co/0ZMuj9zeV7

19/10/19

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ESJPE

The u19s played in the first EVER first team Essex Cup game tonight thanks to running a fixture on a Friday. Happy to say they won 1-0. Great work from the squad and the PE team to end a huge week of sport for our students.

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19/10/19

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Epping St Johns PTA

We’ve been busy this morning sorting the dreaded shed - safe to say Team Shed smashed it! All tidy and ready now for our Family Quiz Night next month and of course the Winter Skating in December 7th! https://t.co/VpPcn4KZwr

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18/10/19

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Miss Viccars

prefects are spreading the word and fundraising today for 🔴 Break time cake sale sold out in minutes with more fundraising at lunch! https://t.co/RbOXpU1CY9

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18/10/19

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BMAT STEM Academy

Come and visit us at our Sixth Form information evening! Wednesday 23rd October 4-7pm at BMAT STEM Academy, next to Harlow College. For more information and to register your interest online - head to https://t.co/ON2TBeo0J9 https://t.co/DUJqBSsNwu

17/10/19

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Epping Primary

So lovely to hear - we miss them!!

17/10/19

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ESJPE

Absolutely gutted for our year 7 boys football team tonight. To come back from 4-1 down shows real resilience and belief in their ability. We tied 4-4 and then unfortunately lost 6-5 in extra time after taking a 5-4 lead. Good Luck

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17/10/19

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ESJ_Music

Well done to our new team of Music Prefects! I look forward to seeing you all during registration on Wednesday, October 23. https://t.co/7ISrATMNAm

17/10/19

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Mr Reeves

Big day tomorrow as the Prefect team host their first charity event at school for Show Racism The Red Card. Please remember to pay for the non uniform day on parent pay or bring £1 in tomorrow. Lots of activities during break and lunch too!

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17/10/19

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Miss Monty

Year 7 Netball just won their Essex Cup game! Superb performance in defence and from our shooters! https://t.co/t38jv80EBX

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17/10/19

Come and visit at our open evening! Tuesday 12th November 6-9pm at . Register your interest online - head to https://t.co/Rjh3fBO8J6 to find ! https://t.co/iCWPIzHCpw

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17/10/19

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Epping St John’s Sixth Form

Come and visit us at our open evening! Tuesday 12th November 6-9pm at . Register your interest online - head to https://t.co/alxjXZHww1 to find ! https://t.co/8bRZVb6Y7E

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17/10/19

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Epping St John’s Sixth Form

Continue with Epping St John's Sixth Form! Find out more and apply online at https://t.co/alxjXZHww1 https://t.co/7vxO6sbV5p

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16/10/19

English Lit students enjoyed a stunning performance of Brian Friel’s Translations this evening https://t.co/H0Xfnyxtoc

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16/10/19

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The U13s are playing in their first ever National Cup fixture am away experience for them. Currently 1-0 down and a missed penalty opportunity from us https://t.co/9s9zlqLAj0

16/10/19

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Ivy Chimneys Primary

It was an honour to meet and listen to Vera today. I can’t think of a time when I’ve seen children more spellbound: listening to her paint the moving story of her life and experiences - I’m sure the children will remember it for a long time to come https://t.co/wQnCprXK10

15/10/19

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ESJPE

In all of the excitement I forgot to take a picture of the game. BUT our U12s are through to the second round of the Essex Cup after a 2-1 win in a great spectacle of a match. Well done to year 7 boys team. Brampton Manor are up next away.

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Students perform after 5 months rehearsing

Students perform after 5 months rehearsing

Posted: 5th April 2019

Five months of preparation have culminated in a school’s latest showstopping performance.

Students at Epping St John’s School have been rehearsing three days a week for their production of High School Musical since October.

Year 7 to 13 students have taken on the roles of dancers, singers, actors, technicians, stage crew and artists as the school continues to grow its performing arts department.

Sarah Viccars, assistant headteacher and director of learning, said: “As our reputation grows, as does the pressure for an incredible show! We started raising the bar three years ago with our first production of School of Rock and have continued to set higher challenges ever since.

“This is the first production that involves our sixth form students and it’s great to see students performing together from age 11 to 18, creating the inclusive environment we want within Epping St John’s.

“The community are an incredible support and always turn out in force to watch our students – we are incredibly grateful for that. It’s great to have the community behind our children as we allow them to showcase their talent on a celebrated platform.”

Marley Chick, Year 10, played the lead role of Troy Bolton. He said: “The excitement and satisfaction of putting on a show is amazing. The people who come to see us are proud and we are proud of our friends, too.”

Reuben Hamilton, Year 7, formed part of the technical crew and was in charge of the curtain and sound throughout the performance. He said: “This is my first experience of a show. Although I’m not on the stage, I still feel the buzz of being part of the show as I have a key role. It has been really good.”

The school’s PTA has helped to fund the production, provide refreshments, create a themed stand and sell American themed snacks in the interval.

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