On 5th February 24 students from Abbs Cross AX Voices choir went to perform in a concert like no other. Joined by 8,000 children from schools across London and the South East, AX voices sung at the O2 accompanyingTony Hadley of Spandau Ballet and Rutti; the winner of The Voice. Students had been practising a…

The intimate event ran in our drama department, sharing performances from the Component 2 exam.  The evening explores serious and often demanding scripts, including ‘Find Me’, ‘The Pillowman’ and ‘Girls Like That’. Find Me: Find Me is a play based on a true story. The central character is a girl named Verity Taylor who suffers…

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, Emotions and Personal Hygiene, The Holocaust Year 8 –   Random Acts of Kindness, Media, Body Image, The Holocaust Year 9 –   British Values,…

New partnership on the rise as Havering CAMHS & Adult learning are working together! All courses are free! Supporting families to support their children with their wellbeing, language, communication and safety. Please see attached courses and a full list of upcoming course times below. Understanding Challenging Behaviour Adult Learning College Upcoming Courses Raising Confident Children Supporting…

The 2020 Havering Schools Jack Petchey Achievement Awards Presentation Evening took place at the Queens Theatre, Hornchurch on Wednesday 22nd January 2020. The Jack Petchey Award ceremony saw 8 of our outstanding students take the stage, to be presented with their medallion by very special guests and a very loud and adoring crowd. Our leadership…

The dance department welcomed Georgia Hussey to the studio, to lead a Latin American dance workshop, courtesy of Kian (year 11) Jack Petchey Award. GCSE Dance, along with performers of the Winter Variety and Choreography exam, were invited to attend the workshop. Students learned two choreographies, one to Conga, Gloria Estefan – performing fast, peevise…

  On Tuesday 17th December students from years 7-10 visited Ravenscourt Care Home.  The students led a sing-a-long of a selection of Christmas songs and carols old and new.  Many of the residents joined in and loved seeing the young people coming in for the afternoon.  After the singing had finished the students took time…

The penultimate day of term saw students and staff donning Christmas jumpers and making donations in order to support the excellent work of Save the Children.  Students celebrated Christmas together dinner in the festively decorated canteen.  Whilst the meal itself was amazing – it was made all the better by the festive tunes provided courtesy of the Music department.…

On 11th December Year 10 welcomed Street Doctor a charity which uses medical students to teach life-saving First aid skills to young people in schools around London.  In the session the students learnt a lot about how their circulatory system works and discussed the importance of blood to vital organs, the process of clotting and…