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22/07/19

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mary burges

Totally agree. has supported ex Ivy chn at events and elsewhere. He goes above and beyond and is one of a kind. Wonderful school. None of us ever really leave 💚

22/07/19

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Epping Forest Guardian

Epping Bowls Club may have produced the next generation of the sporting world! https://t.co/nfKvCsGnw8

20/07/19

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Miss Petrou

Thanks to all of the parents and students for lovely words and gifts. Had the pleasure of teaching and being Head of Year to some amazing young people. Best job in the world!

20/07/19

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Miss Monty

Don’t forget to watch!! 🌹 https://t.co/ffLyeJGB4K

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19/07/19

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Miss Monty

Cannot wait until finals day in Liverpool!! Anyone else going?! 🤞🏼 https://t.co/YnlbKwC0JU

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19/07/19

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BMAT STEM Academy

How science features in the world around us was demonstrated to young scientists. on Tour brought the subject to students at BMAT STEM Academy. Fellow students from schools also got to experience the Careering Into Science show. https://t.co/z8nwuIM6AL https://t.co/pwsucb0EYE

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18/07/19

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Sammy O'brien

Ta Prohm temple 🇰🇭 https://t.co/7Wk4VcKIjs

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18/07/19

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Sammy O'brien

Angkor Wat 🇰🇭 https://t.co/0xr2lm4JcC

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18/07/19

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Sammy O'brien

4 day trek....... 34 miles in 37 degree heat.... our students are unreal https://t.co/j0dSA4mylJ

17/07/19

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Miss Monty

What an absolutely wonderful experience. Enjoy every moment!!

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17/07/19

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Sammy O'brien

WiFi for 10 minutes! Beyond proud of our ESJ students.... they are doing us proud! https://t.co/Y4hNI8gnk7

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17/07/19

Cambodia Update: And we couldn’t be more proud... 34 mile trek over 4 days in 37 degree heat ✅ https://t.co/VbxmxfdyEU

17/07/19

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Jes

My girls adore her too... she’s amazing ☺️

17/07/19

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Epping St Johns PTA

You’re all very welcome - thank you so much for all you do. Have a wonderful summer!

16/07/19

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Jes

To all the staff and students at ESJ... hope you have a wonderful summer 😎... couldn’t ask for a better leadership team in Sept... exciting times ahead! 💚

16/07/19

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Julie Dreeling

Although my child is not in Year 7 anymore, fully agree with your comments!

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Students complete 100 hours of extra work

Students complete 100 hours of extra work

Posted: 23rd April 2019

Determined students have put in more than 100 hours of extra work to improve their chances of securing a university place.

Year 13 students at Epping St John’s School have submitted Extended Project Qualification coursework in addition to their three or four A-levels.

The work by the 16 students contributes to the UCAS points required for university entry.

Each student has picked a topic they are interested in, researched and completed a dissertation or created an artefact and gave a presentation.

The work equates to up to 100 hours of extra independent study.

Ann Robinson-Smith, senior assistant headteacher, said: “Students learned many skills completing this work, including suitability and reliability of research, how to use Harvard referencing, evaluation skills and how to write bibliographies.

“We have been very impressed by the calibre of presentations given by our Year 13s. They have chosen topics they are passionate about and have spent a great deal of time becoming mini experts on the issues.

“The skills they have learnt from this process will be invaluable as they embark on their university careers.”

Project titles included “Is England losing its national identity”, “Are primary schools successful at teaching phonics” and “Do we really only use ten per cent of our brains”.

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