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20/02/19

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Mrs RS

What a fab day with fab bunch of students and the fab at . Lots of info, op to meet current undergrads, tour the college, explore the city and our own private physics lecture. https://t.co/UhwI9bO2i3

19/02/19

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Mrs RS

A reminder to all Y10/11/12s going to tomorrow (Wed) that we leave at 8am sharp. https://t.co/kH2rC5oGlS

18/02/19

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Miss Petrou

Anyone catch us on Krakow live cam? https://t.co/LmUuyBBMsD

18/02/19

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Miss Petrou

Instagram vs Reality https://t.co/6iZzbItDvA

18/02/19

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Miss Petrou

101m underground, surrounded by salt https://t.co/6gy7iAOH1l

18/02/19

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Miss Petrou

With my amazing Year 11 class https://t.co/5Tao6EM0We

18/02/19

Girls are putting their best foot forward and reaching their goals in sport. Female students at Epping St John’s School are winning their way through to the finals of various competitions. Full story - https://t.co/BZEOm6XoiU https://t.co/ghy4YQEbVC

17/02/19

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Mr Yerosimou

Respectful, interested, sorrowful. students were fantastic today. https://t.co/LSTMEBf3r3

17/02/19

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Miss E

February half term aspiration sessions begin tomorrow. See program which can also be found on our school website. https://t.co/Cyr64in8wB

16/02/19

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Miss Petrou

East Side Gallery ✅ Reichstag ✅ Jewish Memorial ✅ Soviet Memorial ✅ Brandenburg Gate ✅ and many more... https://t.co/rsulZUs15h

16/02/19

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ESJHistory

Soviet memorial, such an inspiring monument! ...loving the sunshine too https://t.co/ScnZhwgAHI

16/02/19

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Mr Yerosimou

Some of the amazing sites from our tour of Berlin https://t.co/0R8s1f0qQz

16/02/19

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Mrs Ahmed

Launching bottle rockets with our astronomy club today! https://t.co/5z4oqX9SaW

15/02/19

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Epping St John’s Sixth Form

Destiny in Year 12 will be doing a skydive for Orphans in Need this September! She’s aiming to raise £365+ in order to sponsor an orphan for the year. Anything you could give would be hugely appreciated. Click the link below :) https://t.co/qKDwMhqYcz https://t.co/6gHii0DC33

15/02/19

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Mr Yerosimou

We have arrived! https://t.co/Cr1QQgFl7a

14/02/19

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Miss E

Year 10 and 11 having fun whilst learning MAD skills! Revision doesn’t have to be dull! https://t.co/kpF5vsxynt

14/02/19

Determined teenagers are attending school six days a week in an effort to achieve their full potential. Aspirations sessions have been launched on Saturdays to give Year 11 students extra time in the classroom to prepare for their GCSE exams. https://t.co/DD5bL67Cvq https://t.co/m0PqYLodYG

12/02/19

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ESJPE

Great result for the year 8 football team beating Ongar 4-1 tonight in their last game before we break for half term.

12/02/19

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Mrs Christofi

Un grand merci for a really enjoyable day for our Yr 12 students Thoroughly enjoyed language session and Intouchables. Looking forward to our next visit! https://t.co/5lpS6uTPCo

12/02/19

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Mrs RS

Y12/13 interested in a career in media - here is the opportunity to apply for work experience over the easter break with channel 4 https://t.co/SjxvJGxCDF

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Enterprising Logic Faculty

Subjects:  Mathematics, Business Studies, ICT, Computing

The Mathematics and Numeracy Faculty aims to deliver an innovative and creative curriculum to all students within a supportive and stimulating environment.  As a team we share a dedicated passion for our subjects and strive to make each area interesting, fun, challenging and accessible to all students. The mathematics staff are all highly qualified graduates, many of us with extensive A level teaching experience.

In mathematics we aim to involve students in a variety of approaches to their learning.  We encourage them to work co-operatively, sharing ideas and communicating mathematically, as well as using creative and independent approaches to problem solving.

ICT, Business Studies and Computing are taught to all budding entrepreneurs at GCSE.  Computing is being taught throughout Year 7, enabling students to acquire programming, logical thought and problem solving skills.  These skills will permeate through all aspects of learning and will prepare our students for ever changing life in the 21st century. ICT and Business Studies are very popular and successful subjects at GCSE.

Mathematics is taught throughout all Year Groups in sets based on progress and prior attainment levels.  Students are assessed and sets are regularly reviewed to track and ensure good progress. 

Years 7 and 8

At the start of year 7 students take a baseline test. The results are used to ensure that students are placed in the correct sets. These sets are reviewed at regular intervals throughout the year.

In years 7 and 8 we follow the National Curriculum requirements of learning and problem solving through the broad areas of number, algebra, geometry and statistics. The new National Curriculum requires that we teach the basic skills of mathematics in greater depth to ensure students are equipped to solve problems using these skills and to prepare for more demanding GCSE questions. We are adjusting our schemes of work to take account of this as we teach throughout year 7 and 8. We also now have more time throughout the curriculum to facilitate this.

KS3 Course Overview Mathematics
KS3 Course Overview Computing


Years 9 to 11

In years 9 – 11 students being taught the GCSE Mathematics linear specification to ensure good preparation for their exams in Year 11 and further study to ‘A’ Level.  All students are taught at the levels which suit their needs with the aim that most are entered for the higher GCSE in Year 11. If it is more suitable some students are entered for the foundation paper. Students can achieve at least a grade C on either paper. Students in the top sets are taught skills to allow them to access ‘A; Levels in Core (Pure) Mathematics and Mechanics or Statistics, in preparation for entry to high quality universities. Mathematics A level is highly respected and can lead to careers in vehicle design, engineering, accountancy and sciences such as astronomy and medicine.

KS4 Course Overview Mathematics
KS4 Course Overview Business Studies
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KS4 Course Overview Computing

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