Within the month of September our students took part in the following activities:

Students in Years 7-11 received PSCHE lessons on the topics of:

PSCHE topics

  • Year 7 – Keeping safe, Time management, Anger management, Friendships, European Day of languages,
  • Year 8 – Target setting, How I learn, British values and tolerance, Respecting Diversity, European Day of languages
  • Year 9 – Goal setting, Learning Skills, Human Rights, Emotional Changes, Personal Space
  • Year 10 – Goal setting, Time management, Learning Skills, Responsibility for own learning, Radicalisation
  • Year 11 – Target setting, County lines, Resilience, Relationships, Consent

Assemblies covered

  • Year 11 – Time management; Taking responsibility; European Day of Languages; Healthy relationships
  • Year 10 – Time management; Taking responsibility; European Day of Languages; Healthy relationships
  • Year 9 – Time management; European Day of Languages;
  • Year 8 – Seeking help and support; Taking responsibility; Healthy relationships
  • Year 7 – Seeking help and support; Time management; Taking responsibility; European Day of Languages; Healthy relationships

Whole School Literacy Focus:

Words of the week –

Alacrity (noun) pep in your step; lively, cheerful and eager behavior.
She lit up the dull room with her alacrity; her energy was palpable. She was thrilled to have been chosen to help.

Intrepid (adjective) Bold or brave.
The intrepid explorer has seen things the rest of us can only imagine.

Ephemeral (adjective) fleeting or short lived.
Summer romance is often ephemeral, as is the season itself.

Effervescence: liveliness and vivacity.
She lit up the party with her effervescence and cheerfulness.

Paramount: something that is paramount or of paramount importance is more important than anything else.
Oxygen is of paramount importance to life on earth.

Salvation: 1) preservation or deliverance from harm, ruin, or loss.
2) deliverance from sin and its consequences, believed by Christians to be brought about by faith in Christ.
As the waves crashed against the fragile hull, Jacob prayed for salvation.

Tumultuous: making an uproar or a loud confused noise; excited, confused or disorderly.
The tumultuous storm was beginning to lose some of its fury.

Vanquish: to thoroughly defeat.
He managed to successfully vanquish his rival.

Courtesy: considerate and mannerly behaviour.
It is a matter of common courtesy to say please and thank you.

Cantankerous: bad tempered and uncooperative.
The cantankerous old man yelled at the noisy children.

Digress: to get away from the main subject.
The enthusiastic teacher began to digress from the focus of the lesson.

Emulate: to copy or try to do better.
The students tried to emulate their teacher’s example.

Liminal: on the edge of things or between things.
The teenagers were in the liminal space between childhood and adulthood.

Hubris: excessive pride or self-confidence to the point of arrogance.
Steve’s hubris prevented him from asking directions, so he was late.

Elysian: blissful or delightful.
The students missed the elysian days of the summer holidays.

Grammar Guidance

Use the apostrophe to show possession.

To show possession with a singular noun, add an apostrophe plus the letter s.
Examples:
A woman’s hat The boss’s wife Mrs. Clark’s house

They’re – They Are
Their – Ownership
There – A Particular Location

Pupils took part in several events, including:

  • Wednesday 11th September School Photographs
  • Tuesday 17th September – GCSE Dance English National Ballet Theatre Trip, Sadlers Wells
  • Thursday 19th September Prospective Parents’ Evening, 4.30pm – 8pm (Early Closure)
    Year 8 HPV Vaccinations Dose 1, 9.00am – 1.20pm, Hall
  • Friday 20th September Year 8 HPV Vaccinations Dose 1, 11.00am – 3.15pm – Hall
  • Monday 30th September Year 9 Residential trip to Chateau du Molay, France
    until Thursday 3rd October

Within the month of July our students took part in the following activities:

Students in Years 7-10 received PSCHE lessons on the topics of:

PSCHE topics

  • Year 7 – British Institutions; The British Constitution; Reflection
  • Year 8 – Healthy Eating; Mental Health; Reflection
  • Year 9 – Mental Health; Smoking; Reflection
  • Year 10 – Knife Crime; Mental Health; Reflection

Assemblies covered 

  • Year 7 – Celebrating London; Healthy Lifestyles
  • Year 8 – Celebrating London; Healthy Lifestyles
  • Year 9 – Celebrating London; Healthy Lifestyles
  • Year 10 – Celebrating London; Healthy Lifestyles

Whole School Literacy Focus:
Words of the week –
Courtesy – Considerate and polite behaviour.
Even in the most difficult of circumstances, she maintained a courteous and kind manner.

Perseverance – The ability to persist or continue striving.
Her perseverance was legendary amongst her competitors.

Vindicate – to clear from blame or suspicion.
At the end of an intense and probing investigation, he was completely vindicated.

Abundant (adj) Existing in a large or plentiful quantity
The warm summer led to an abundant supply of locally grown fruit.

Sceptical (adj) Not easily convinced; having doubts or reservations
She was sceptical about his honesty and returned his generous gifts.

Pungent (adj) Having an intensely strong taste or smell
The Stilton cheese had a deep creaminess and a pungent smell.

Sublime (adj): of great excellence or beauty
Her hands moved with a sublime grace.

Nonchalant (adj): feeling or appearing casually calm and relaxed; not displaying anxiety, interest, or enthusiasm.
He displayed a nonchalant air as he stepped out of greet the waiting crowds.

Gregarious: (adj) someone who has many friends, is sociable and outgoing.
Asif is a gregarious, happy-go-luck boy who is very popular among his peers.

Grammar Guidance

Use the apostrophe to show possession.
To show possession with a singular noun, add an apostrophe plus the letter s.

Its versus It’s
This one tends to confuse even the best of writers. “Its” is possessive that shows ownership and “it’s” is a contraction of “it is” or “it has”.

Use the apostrophe to show possession.
To show possession with a singular noun, add an apostrophe plus the letter s.
Examples:
A woman’s hat The boss’s wife Mrs. Clark’s house

Pupils took part in several events, including:

  • Monday 1st July – Year 10 Enterprise Day
    Battle of the Bands, Hall, 6.30pm-8.30pm
    Year 7 HPV Information Assembly, Hall, 2.30pm – 3.00pm
  • Tuesday 2nd July – Year 7-10, District Athletics, Hornchurch Stadium, 9.00am-3.15pm
    Friday 5th July
  • Wednesday 3rd July – Year 7 Trip Disneyland Paris
  • Thursday 4th July – County Lines/CCE talk by the Police to parents, Hall, 5.00pm
    Local Authority Secondary School Transfer Talk, 7.00pm – 9.00pm
    Anti Bullying Training Day, Haileybury, Cheshunt, 7.30am – 5.00pm
  • Friday 5th July – Year 7,8 & 9, Thorpe Park, 8.00am-6.00pm
  • Monday 8th July Year 7 Awards Assembly 2.15pm – 3.15pm
    Year 6 Parent Information Evening, 4.45pm – 7.00pm
  • Tuesday 9th July Year 8 Awards Assembly 2.15pm – 3.15pm
    Year 10 GCSE PE, Body Works Exhibition, London, All Day
  • Wednesday 10th July Year 9 Awards Assembly 2.15pm – 3.15pm
  • Thursday 11th July Year 10 Awards Assembly 2.15pm – 3.15pm
    Year 7 & 8 Essex Cricket Tapeball World Cup, Hainault 9am – 3.15pm
  • Friday 12th July Sports Day
  • Tuesday 16th July Year 10 London Zoo Trip, 8.45am – 4.30pm
  • Wednesday 17th July Year 8 Girls HPV vaccination, 2nd Dose, Hall, 9.00am – 11.00am

Within the month of June our students took part in the following activities:

Students in Years 7-10 received PSCHE lessons on the topics of:

PSCHE topics – 

  • Year 7 –   Hygiene; The effects of alcohol; Refugee Week; Relationships
  • Year 8 –   Independent Learning; British Institutions; Refugee Week; The British Constitution
  • Year 9 –   Female Role Models; Anti Social Behaviour; Knife crime; Britain
  • Year 10 – Revision; FGM; Social Media and Reputation; Fake News

Assemblies covered:

  • No Assembly – Year 11 GCSEs

 

Whole School Literacy Focus:

Words of the week

Staid  – (adj.) sedate, serious, self-restrained (The staid butler never changed his expression no matter what happened.)

Sycophant – (n.) one who flatters for self-gain (Some see the people in the cabinet as the Prime Minister’s closest advisors, but others see them as sycophants.)

Taciturn – (adj.) not inclined to talk (Though Magda never seems to stop talking, her brother is quite taciturn.)

Adept – Definition: being highly skilled or well trained in a particular discipline; an expert

She’s an adept graphic designer and was employed by The Times newspaper.

Mellifluous – Definition: to flow or sound sweet or smooth

Sonia was nervous about her speech, but her mellifluous words brought the crowd to their feet.

Ubiquitous – Definition: present everywhere; everywhere at once

Try as competitors might, the iPhone has become ubiquitous.

Justify: Show or prove to be reasonable.

I found it easy to justify why I consider Macbeth a deeply flawed character.

 

Contrast: The state of being strikingly different from something else, typically something in juxtaposition or close association.

The contrast between the heat of the day and the icy conditions at night was remarkable.

 

Suggest: Put forward for consideration (a viewpoint); cause one to think that (something) exists or is the case.

It is reasonable to suggest that Reggae music helped to establish Jamaica as a force to be reckoned with on the world stage.

 

Estimate: calculate the approximate value of something

James estimated that he would need five square metres of carpet for the hall and stairs.

 

Epoch: a particular period of time in history

The Industrial Revolution marked a significant epoch in the development of labour saving technology.

 

Gregarious: outgoing; extroverted

Our host was gregarious, generous and charming.

 

Grammar Guidance

Use the apostrophe to show possession.

  • To show possession with a singular noun, add an apostrophe plus the letter s.

Its versus It’s

  • This one tends to confuse even the best of writers. “Its” is possessive that shows ownership and “it’s” is a contraction of “it is” or “it has”.

Use the apostrophe to show possession.

  • To show possession with a singular noun, add an apostrophe plus the letter s.

Examples:
A woman’s hat        The boss’s wife       Mrs. Clark’s house

 

Pupils took part in several events, including:

  • Monday 10th June                   Year 9 Vaccinations, 9.00am – 11.20am, Library
  • Wednesday 12th June            Year 9 Leadership Academy, Rainham Cricket Club, 8.00am-4.30pm
  • Monday 17th June                   Year 10 Internal Assessments-
  • Wednesday 19th June            Disneyland Paris Parent Meeting, 5.00pm
  • Tuesday 25th June                   Year 6 Induction Day, 9.00am – 3.15pm
  • Thursday 27th June                 Year 7 Parents’ Evening, 4.00pm – 7.00pm
  • Friday 28th June                       Year 11 Prom, Halfway House, 7.00pm-11.00pm

 

Within the month of May our students took part in the following activities:

Students in Years 7-11 received PSCHE lessons on the topics of:

PSCHE topics – 

  • Year 7 –   Anti Social Behaviour, mental health, British values
  • Year 8 –   Ramadan, mental health, Social media
  • Year 9 –   FGM, mental health, cyber bullying
  • Year 10 – Stereotyping, mental health, self-harm

Assemblies covered:

Year 11 – Managing anxiety

Year 10 – Managing anxiety

Year 9 – Managing anxiety

Year 8 – Managing anxiety

Year 7 – Managing anxiety

Whole School Literacy Focus:

  • Words of the week

Intrepid – (adj.) brave in the face of danger – After scaling a live volcano prior to its eruption, the explorer was praised for his intrepid attitude.

Coherent – (adj.) logically consistent, intelligible – William could not figure out what Harold had seen because he was too distraught to deliver coherent statement.

Novice – (n.) a beginner, someone without training or experience As we were all novices at archery, our instructor decided to begin with the basics

Demure (adj). quiet, modest, reserved – Though everyone else at the party was dancing and going crazy, she remained demure.

 Incisive (adj). clear, sharp, direct – The discussion wasn’t going anywhere until her incisive comment allowed everyone to see what the true issues were.

 Innate (adj). inborn, native, inherent – His incredible athletic talent is innate, he never trains, lifts weights, or practices.

Grammar Guidance

Its versus It’s

This one tends to confuse even the best of writers. “Its” is possessive that shows ownership and “it’s” is a contraction of “it is” or “it has”.

 

Pupils took part in several events, including:

Tuesday 5th March –        Year 10 Jack Petchey Speakout Challenge

Tuesday 7th May –            Year Council Meeting

Wednesday 8th May –      Year 9 Leadership Academy, Rainham Cricket Club

Thursday 9th May –           Year 10, Oxford University Trip

Friday 10th May –              Year 10 GCSE History, Trip to Whitechapel

Friday 17th May                 Year 10 GCSE History, Trip to Whitechapel

Monday 20th May              Year 9 & 10 Parliament Outreach

Wednesday 22nd May       Year 9 Leadership Academy, Rainham Cricket Club

Wednesday 22nd May –   Monday 27th       Year 10 Business Studies Students, New York Trip

 

Within the month of April our students took part in the following activities:

Students in Years 7-11 received PSCHE lessons on the topics of:

PSCHE topics – 

  • Year 7 –   Easter, Respecting Diversity
  • Year 8 –   Easter, Gangs
  • Year 9 –   Easter, Gangs
  • Year 10 – Easter, Smoking
  • Year 11 – Easter, Voting in the UK

 

Assemblies covered:

Year 11 –  Achievement awards, Honesty

Year 10 –  Achievement awards, Honesty

Year 9 –   Achievement awards, Honesty

Year 8 –   Achievement awards, Honesty

Year 7 –   Achievement awards, Honesty

Whole School Literacy Focus:

  • Words of the week
  • Preposterous: (adjective) contrary to reason or common sense; utterly absurd or ridiculous.

Claiming that Southend United will win the FA Cup is a preposterous suggestion.

  • Cajole: (verb) to persuade (someone) to do something by sustained coaxing or flattery.

Her best writing had to be cajoled out of her by her teachers.

  • Nadir:  (noun) the lowest point of something; the opposite of zenith.

James knew he had reached his nadir as a writer when he failed to sell a single copy of his latest book.

  • Sprightly: (adjective) full of energy; lively (especially of an old person) 

My grandmother charged up the escalator at a sprightly pace.

  • Atone: (verb) to make amends or reparation for wrongdoing

I felt such guilt for my actions that I felt the need to atone for my crimes.

  • Resilience: the capacity to recover from setbacks or difficult situations

He demonstrated enormous resilience in overcoming the difficulties that might have prevented him achieving his ambition.

  • Grammar GuidanceIts versus It’s

This one tends to confuse even the best of writers. “Its” is possessive that shows ownership and “it’s” is a contraction of “it is” or “it has”.

 

Pupils took part in several events, including:

School Events –

 

Monday 1st April –          Year 8 Science Museum Trip

Tuesday 2nd April –          Year 8 Science Museum Trip

Wednesday 3rd April       Year 10 GCSE Geography Urban Environments trip, Stratford London

 

Within the month of March our students took part in the following activities:

Students in Years 7-11 received PSCHE lessons on the topics of:

PSCHE topics – 

  • Year 7 –   Positive Role Models, Managing Stress, Relationships, Autism
  • Year 8 –   Knife Crime, Healthy Living, Friendships, Autism
  • Year 9 –   National Careers Week, Relationships, Fake News, Autism
  • Year 10 – National Careers Week, Catfish, CSE, Self-Harm
  • Year 11 – National Careers Week, Catfish, CSE, Self-Harm

Assemblies covered:

Year 11 –  Next Steps, Healthy Relationships, Easter

Year 10 –  Prefects, Healthy Relationships, Easter

Year 9 –    Options, Knowledge and memory, Easter

Year 8 –    Internet Safety Week, Knowledge and memory, Easter

Year 7 –    Developing your identity, Healthy Relationships, Easter

Whole School Literacy Focus:

  • Words of the week
  • Appease (verb)  to calm, satisfy.

When Karina cries, her mother gives her a piece of fruit to appease her.

  • Extol (verb) to praise, revere.

Kamila extols the benefits of a vegan diet to her friends and family.

  • Unison (noun) a performance or other action performed delivered simultaneously.

The pair moved across the ice in perfect unison

  • Empathy (noun) understanding and sharing another’s feelings.

I feel such empathy for my dog that when she is upset so am I.

  • Insatiable (adjective) impossible to satisfy.

She had an insatiable thirst for knowledge.

  • Conjugate (verb) to give the different forms of a verb according to tense, voice, number and person.

The class had to learn to conjugate être and avoir for the end of term French assessment.

  • Acquiesce (verb) to agree or express agreement, usually with some reluctance.

Eventually she was forced to acquiesce with the officer’s demand that she step out of her vehicle.

  • Serendipity (noun) good luck in making unexpected and fortunate discoveries.

His discovery of the largest deposit of gold in the county of Essex was an instance of great serendipity.

  • Infer (verb) to deduce or conclude something from evidence and reasoning rather than from explicit statements.

Her reading of the article allowed her to infer that the author was not in favour of a longer working day.

  • Modicum (noun)a small quantity of a particular thing, especially something desirable or valuable.

There was not a modicum of truth in her statement.

  • Plethora (noun) a large or excessive amount of something.

There is a plethora of revision sites available on line.

  • Zenith (noun)the time at which something is most powerful or successful; the high point of an object’s ascent.

By the time he realised he was thirsty, the sun had reached its zenith.

Grammar Guidance

  • Never write or say WE WAS. The correct expression is always WE WERE

Pupils took part in several events, including:

  • Tuesday 5th March                Year 10 Jack Petchey Speakout Challenge, LRC, 9.00am-3.15pm
  • Thursday 7th March               Year 10 HSBC Workshop, HSBC Canary Wharf, 10.30am – 2.30pm

Year 9 Options Evening, 4.00pm – 7.00pm

  • Tuesday 12th March               Ax Junior & AX Dance, Dance Competition, Copperbox Arena, 7.30am – 5.30pm
  • Friday 15th March                   Year 9 Options Interviews
  • Wednesday 20th March          Year 11 RE Conference, City Gates Church, Ilford, 8.15am – 4.00pm
  • Friday 22nd March                  Year 10 & Year 11 GCSE Drama, Woman in Black, Fortune Theatre, 12.30pm – 6.30pm
  • Tuesday 26th March               Year 11, An Evening of Drama, 6.00pm – 7.30pm
  • Wednesday 27th March          Year 8 Romeo and Juliet, The Globe Theatre, London, 12.00pm – 5.00pm
  • Thursday 28th March              Year 10 WWI History Trip to Ypres, 5.30am – 9.00pm
  • Friday 29th March                   Year 10 GCSE Geography Urban Environments trip, Stratford London, 9.00am-3.30pm

 

Within the month of February our students took part in the following activities:

Students in Years 7-11 received PSCHE lessons on the topics of:

PSCHE topics – 

  • Year 7 –   Internet Safety, What is CSE?, Fairtrade Fortnight,
  • Year 8 –   Internet Safety, What is CSE?, Fairtrade Fortnight,
  • Year 9 –   Internet Safety, Acid Attacks, What is CSE,
  • Year 10 – Internet Safety, Drugs, Fairtrade Fortnight,
  • Year 11 – Internet Safety, NCS, What is knife Crime?

Assemblies covered:

Year 11 –  Internet Safety Week, Fairtrade Week, Internal Assessments

Year 10 –  Internet Safety Week, Fairtrade Week

Year 9 –    Options, Options, Options

Year 8 –    Internet Safety Week, Fairtrade Week

Year 7 –    Jaimee Lampard – Speaker, Fairtrade Week

 

Whole School Literacy Focus:

  • Words of the week
    • Implicit: (noun) suggested but not directly expressed
    • Jubilant: (adj) full of high spirited delight
    • Lithe: (adj) moving and bending with ease
    • Cacophony (noun) – a harsh discordant mixture of noises.
    • Elated (verb) – exultantly proud and joyful; in high spirits.
    • Analyse (verb) – break down the content of a topic into its constituent elements in order
    • to provide an in-depth account and convey an understanding of it.
    • Superfluous: more than is needed, desired, or required
    • Gratuitous: unnecessary and unwarranted
    • Collaborative: working together towards a common goa

 

Grammar Guidance – Never write or say WE WAS. The correct expression is always WE WERE

 

Pupils took part in several events, including:

Monday 4th February –         Jack Petchey Dance Workshop, Ax Juniors & Year 10 Dance, Dance Studio, 1.30pm –

4.30pm

Year 9, 10 & 11 GCSE Music ‘Get into Music’ Concert, Hall, 2.00pm – 3.00pm

 

Tuesday 5th February –         Havering Borough Swimming Gala, Swimming Pool, 2.30pm – 6.00pm

School Council Meeting

 

Thursday 7th February –        Havering Borough Swimming Gala, Swimming Pool, 2.30pm – 6.00pm

 

Friday 8th February  –            Year 10 & Year 11 GCSE Drama trip, DNA Theatre, Queens Theatre, Hornchurch,

1.30pm – 4.30pm

 

Monday 11th February –         Evening of Dance, 6.00pm – 7.30pm

 

Wednesday 13th February –   Year 10/11, Havering Trampoline Competition, Hall Mead School, 12.20pm – 3.00pm

 

Thursday 14th February –       Year 8 Shakespeare – Globe Theatre Workshop, Hall, 9.00am – 12.20pm

 

Friday 15th February  –            Year 9 DT, V&A Museum – Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt, 9.00am – 5.00pm

 

Thursday 28th February –     Year 10 HSBC Workshop, HSBC Canary Wharf, 10.30am – 2.30pm

 

Sporting Events:

Netball Year 7 15/02/2019 Havering tournament Hall Mead L10-16
15/02/2019 Havering tournament Harris L5-4
15/02/2019 Havering tournament FBA L4-1
15/02/2019 Havering tournament Emerson Park W 2-0
15/02/2019 Havering tournament Sacred Heart L8-0
15/02/2019 Havering tournament Sanders W6-0
Football Year 10 01/03/2019 League Cooper L 4-1
Football Year 7 12/02/2019 League Emerson Park L3-1

 

 

Within the month of January our students took part in the following activities:

Students in Years 7-11 received PSCHE lessons on the topics of:

PSCHE topics – 

  • Year 7 –   Puberty, Boundaries, The Holocaust
  • Year 8 –   Acts of kindness, The Media, Body Image, The Holocaust
  • Year 9 –   British Values, GCSE Options, Radicalisation, Knife Crime
  • Year 10 – Mental Health, What is self-harm, CSE, Healthy relationships
  • Year 11 – What is sexting?, Application forms, Interview Skills
  • The Holocaust
  • Year 8  –   The Holocaust
  • Year 9 –   Knife Crime
  • Year 10 – Healthy Relationships
  • Year 11 – Interview SKills

Assemblies covered:

  • Year 11 – Values, celebrating diversity, Life is precious: Holocaust memorial day
  • Year 10 – Values, celebrating diversity, Life is precious: Holocaust memorial day
  • Year 9 – Options
  • Year 8 –   Values, celebrating diversity, Life is precious: Holocaust memorial day
  • Year 7 – Values, celebrating diversity, Life is precious: Holocaust memorial day

 

Whole School Literacy Focus:

Words of the week –       Amiable: (adj) friendly – He was an amiable man and got along with everyone.

                                         Exempt: (adj) free from an obligation imposed on others – Vintage cars are

                                         exempt from having to pay road tax.

                                         Meticulous: (adj) extremely careful with details – The stitching in the bride’s

                                         gown was the result of meticulous handiwork.

                                         Empathise: understanding and sharing another’s feelings

Evaluate: form an idea of the value, number, worth or quality of something

Proportionate: corresponding in size or amount to something else

Disproportionate: not corresponding in size or amount to something else

                                         Grammer Guidance – Never write or say WE WAS. The correct expression is always WE WERE

 

Pupils took part in several events, including:

Monday 7th January –           AX Juniors & Year 10 Dance – Jack Petchey Dance Workshop, Dance Studio,

1.30pm – 4.30pm

Wednesday 16th January     Year 11 Futures Evening, 6.00pm – 8.15pm

Thursday 17th January         Year 9 Trip Victoria & Albert Museum, London, 9.00am – 5.00pm

Monday 21st January           Secondary Dance Competition, Hall, 3.30pm – 5.30pm

Tuesday 22nd January         Year 11 Macbeth Performance, Sam Wanamaker Theatre, London, 12.00pm – 6.00pm – 20 Year 11 students

Thursday 24th January         Year 10 trip PwC, London Bridge, 10.30am – 3.00pm – 18 Year 10 students

Friday 25th January              Year 7 Harry Potter Studio Trip, Warner Brothers Studios, 8.00am – 6.00pm 130 Year 7 students

Tuesday 29th January          Year 11 Macbeth Performance, Sam Wanamaker Theatre, London, 12.00pm – 6.00pm – 20 Year 11 students

Wednesday 30th January     Year 11, Cambridge University Trip, 8.30am – 30 Year 11 students

 

Sporting Events:

Website update January

PE Fixture Results

Y11 Basketball

Abbs Cross V Emerson Park Lost 34–  74.

Abbs Cross V Campion Won 54 – 34.

Y11 Havering Borough Basketball Competition.

The U16 borough basketball games were held at Abbs Cross on Tuesday 11th December. The competition involved seven schools which were split into 2 groups. Abbs Cross were drawn against Brittons and Bower Park and had an excellent start, winning both games. We then qualified into the semi-final’s where we played Campion and won 12-4!. As a result we reached the finals where we met Emerson Park and after 10 minutes the score was level at 9-9! This took the game into 5 minutes of overtime, where Abbs Cross unfortunately lost 14-11 and as a consequence were the runners up in the competition. This is a huge achievement for the team, especially as the final was so close – well done to all the boys involved!

Badminton

Y7 Boys V Bower Park – Won 4-1

Y7 Boys V Coopers – Lost 5-0

Y7 Boys V Campion – Lost 4-1

Y8 Boys V Emerson – Won 5-0

Y8 V Bower Park – Won 5-0

Y8 V Campion – Won 3-2

Y8 V Coopers – 4-1.

Netball

Y8 V Emerson Park – Lost 14-10, player of the match – Natasha!

Y9 V The Brittons Academy – Won 9- 2, player of the match – Brooke!