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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

14/11/18

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ESJStudent_Lead_2018

Want to recap everything that happened last term? Want to read an exclusive interview with our new headteacher? Read the student newsletter! It's on the wall in the upstairs west wing and it's still available for download here -> https://t.co/Avv66DFh7W

14/11/18

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Mrs RS

Congratulations to our winners Y13 Ellisha Y13 Millie Y7 Rosemary https://t.co/0zdBxCfXbe

13/11/18

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ESJ - CPI Faculty

Great to see our class of year 10 PE students embracing their yoga lesson this afternoon with the lovely Debbie from - they can’t wait for the next one!

13/11/18

The exciting possibilities of science are being enjoyed by students in Epping. Year 7 and 8 students have joined a new after-school science club at Epping St John’s School to explore the subject in more depth. Full story - https://t.co/CZnMhrTbzf https://t.co/6G9K3Jbw8P

13/11/18

Teenagers are reaching for the stars when it comes to their extra-curricular activities. Year 9 students at Epping St John’s School have signed up for the latest after-school club which will see them achieve a GCSE qualification in astronomy. Full story - https://t.co/OrKmi1w1JB https://t.co/bShbUzcDh6

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EFD Sixth Form

Welcome to Epping St. John’s Sixth Form,

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our dynamic, successful and growing Sixth Form. Please take time to peruse the information on this site. More importantly take time to visit us while the school is in action. Experience our Sixth Form for yourself to make sure that we are the correct fit for you. We want all of our students to be happy with their choices so that they can become successful and reach their full potential.

If you want to book a tour of the school please contact Mrs. Madden on 01992 573028 or via email MaddenV@bmatesj.org.uk

Ann Robinson-Smith

EFD6

Epping St John's Sixth Form is part of a wider consortium called EFD6. This includes Roding Valley High School and Debden Park High School. This consortium arrangements allows us to offer courses that would n't otherwise run in each individual school. For example, students at Epping St John's who opted for English Language might take the classes for this one A Level at Roding Valley, or students at Debden Park who opted for French A Level may study for this at Epping St John's. Transport is arranged to ferry students to or from their host schools. Further information on this and other aspects of how the consortium works can be found on the following website: www.efd6.net

Enrichment Opportunities

At Epping St. John’s we are not only concerned about the academic success and wellbeing of our students. We are also committed to providing opportunities for personal growth through our enrichment programme. We want the young men and women who live here to have the skills and qualities that employers and universities are looking for. We encourage our students to take full advantage of the range of activities on offer:

- Completion of an Extended Project Qualification on a topic of their choice.

- Level 3 Maths qualification (for those students not taking A Level Maths but still interested in the subject, or those who are studying subjects with a proportion of mathematical skills eg Psychology, Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Engineering)

- Physical activities

- Classroom Assistant experience

- Mentoring younger students

- Volunteer in the local community eg Primary School, Nursing Home

- Work experience (Students are welcome to organise this during their free           lessons)

- First Aid course

- Open Learn certificated courses (free online courses in areas of a student’s own interest)

- Food Hygiene Certificate and

- Fundraising for charities

- Involvement in whole school productions

- Supporting at extra-curricular clubs

- Sixth Form Council

- Trips

 

* Students are also welcome to put forward their own ideas for enrichment clubs.

Careers and Post 18 advice

Careers advice for Sixth Form students begins during the interview process where applicants are questioned about their aspirations to ensure that the choices they are making are in line with that vision.

Our help and support does not end there.

Mrs. Madden is our dedicated careers advisor and Sixth Form administrator. She works tirelessly to ensure that all students are given the support they need to make decisions about their post 18 lives. This includes:

-          University Admissions

-          Apprenticeship Applications

-          Work Experience

-          University taster events

 

Further careers support is delivered by our Sixth Form Tutor team during SMSC time. Students are encouraged to investigate the range of options available to them when they leave Epping St. John’s, research the entry requirements for these courses, investigate the costs of these options and how to manage their money and ultimately make the best choice for them as an individual. In addition tutors offer advice on writing CVs and personal statements and on how to apply for part-time employment. Some of our most used resources are listed below:

-          https://www.ucas.com/events/exploring-university/learn-about-uni-taster-  course

-          http://www.bestcourse4me.com 

-          http://www.studentladder.co.uk/

-          https://www.gov.uk/student-finance

-          http://www.applytouni.com/

-          https://www.notgoingtouni.co.uk/

 

Dress Code

Students are expected to dress appropriately for school and act as positive role models to the rest of the school. Their uniform should reflect business dress and look professional at all times.

Male Dress Code

-          Lanyard with identification to be worn at all times

-          Suit

-          Collared Long Sleeved Shirt

-          Tie

-          Jumper (optional)

-          Shoes – Formal footwear. No trainers, canvas or leisure wear shoes.

-          Coat – Formal coat. No hoodies, sportswear or track suit tops. Coats                  must be removed when inside the building.

-          Headwear may be worn for religious reasons.

 

Female Dress Code

-          Lanyard with identification to be worn at all times

-          Suit (trouser, skirt or dress suit)

-          Dress – business style dress, must be knee length

-          Skirt – knee length

-          Shirt/blouse – must be appropriate for the work environment i.e. not see              through, cropped or off shoulder.

-          Jumper/ Cardigan

-          Shoes – Formal footwear. No sandals, trainers, high heels or open toed   shoes.

-          Coat – Formal coat. No hoodies, sportswear or track suit tops.

           Coats must be removed when inside the building.

-          Headwear may be worn for religious reasons.

 

For all students

-          No visible tattoos

-          No extreme hair styles or colours

-          If you have a visible piercing clear retainers must be worn

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