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19/10/18

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Epping St John’s Sixth Form

The Sixth Form team in action at the Harlow Post-16 event! We can’t wait to see you all at our open day on the 12th November :) https://t.co/niLz91JhyS

19/10/18

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Ben Murphy CC

Dear Parents / Carers, do you or your children have a teacher who is deserving of recognition ? If so, perhaps you will consider the . Applications can be submitted here: https://t.co/sh6LE0fsuJ https://t.co/8Rq05xRWgZ

19/10/18

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C Hines

Fab message today from with some wonderful news and feedback about Charlie! Very proud mum 😃 He’s just loving and is flourishing. Long may it continue!

19/10/18

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BMAT

The school day had a new rhythm to it on . Every lesson in all subjects for Year 7 and 8 at , in Epping, had a poetry element to it on the themed day. Full story - https://t.co/hVOEjqfl86 https://t.co/yPMU3pQyMb

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Epping Primary

We had lots of special visitors at our parade on Wednesday, but the ones who have definitely grown the most are our very first YF pupils from 2008, it was lovely to have them back again to help us celebrate. Thank you very much to for bring them back to us! https://t.co/1wswNrHi06

19/10/18

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BMAT STEM Academy

Lego robotics workshop welcome year 9 and and thank you

19/10/18

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BMAT STEM Academy

We have built a robot! and https://t.co/1kkKBtjFHa

18/10/18

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Mrs RS

Been another busy week in 6th form. Recruiting potential newbies to the ESJ family at the Harlow Post 16 event, attending careers talks on how to get into teaching, helping out in extra curricular clubs, getting offers back from universities and tomorrow WEAR IT PINK. https://t.co/TNqpklRRIn

18/10/18

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Natalie Revell

It was lovely to see the year 13’s presenting the awards for the ESJ bake off today! 😀🙌🍰 https://t.co/qXxlUVnxzM

18/10/18

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Miss E

More ESJers attended aspiration sessions today in Science and Engineering. https://t.co/GLP19GUdqa

17/10/18

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Miss E

ESJ aspiration sessions in full flow. Well done to all our year 11s making the most of what we have on offer and thanks to staff for being there for them https://t.co/pt9Op1m8s6

17/10/18

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BMAT

A Year 11 expectation evening has been held at so families can fully support children in their studies. Full story -https://t.co/QQi6pj617d https://t.co/L3WKBOsJea

16/10/18

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Natalie Revell

remember that if you’re interested in teaching there is a talk being given at 2pm tomorrow! If you signed up make sure you’re there! 😀🙌👩🏼‍🏫 https://t.co/YKdaDgCL7l

16/10/18

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nibs buses

Service 494 to is now just leaving Abridge. Due to continuing traffic problems this morning on the M25.

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nibs buses

Service 491 to is now running approx 15 mins late. Due to continuing traffic problems on the A414.

15/10/18

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ESJ English

English masterclasses for year 11 begin on Monday at 3pm. We look forward to challenging and inspiring you! https://t.co/JdOA1bf3mk

12/10/18

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Natalie Revell

When you get to mark pieces of homework like this it’s a joy! Using task tiles allows them to challenge themselves and explore their creativity, I love it! https://t.co/M7WFFnJ0g3

12/10/18

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Mrs RS

Today we had the great pleasure of hitting the 'SEND' button on UCAS for our students' applications. They have been brilliant to work with. Fingers crossed. Now on to the other 40 odd applications . https://t.co/6T7FpdALvU

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Epping St Johns PTA

Hi everyone 👋🏻 Next meeting is Wed 7th Nov at the from 6.45pm. So many came last time.. would be great to see even more new faces and keep growing our team! Please pop in & join us, your help & ideas are welcome however big or small😃#esjfamily

12/10/18

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Miss K Driver

This is why the cleaners hate my art studio 😂 we love making a mess whilst making our art! Yr10 printmaking and mono-printing experiments to meet their AO2 and AO3 assessment objectives https://t.co/U6Z2x02v6u

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Human Cultures Faculty

Subjects:  Citizenship, Geography, History, RE, Sociology, Travel and Tourism

The Human Cultures Faculty is an extremely dedicated and experienced faculty, in which staff believe passionately in their subjects and in the development of the skills required to enable students to achieve well and grow as confident individuals. Our aim is to equip young people with the subject knowledge and skills for life.    

All Humanities students are encouraged to be the best that they can be and attain or exceed expected target levels in all subject areas. Therefore, students are encouraged to make full use of our faculty ‘open door’ policy of support when and where needed, as well as attendance to our weekly homework support sessions, GCSE workshops and revision groups.

In addition, to reinforce our classroom teaching to help bring Humanities subjects alive, we offer a variety  of trips ranging from the Tower of London, Imperial War museum, London to residential trips to Berlin and Krakow, and field trips to support controlled assessments.

As a team we hold consistent values and expectations of students and pride ourselves on the standard of work produced. We rigorously apply the highest criteria to meet the curriculum requirements set out in the National Curriculum for schools and our own Learning and Teaching Framework through the following subject content:

Year 7 and 8

Throughout all years, RE encourages students of all faiths, and none, to investigate the culture, beliefs and practice of people who follow a set religious way of life. We aim to clarify misconceptions without promoting one way of life over another. The majority of study in year seven considers the Christian faith. As a Church of England School we feel it is important that all pupils have a basic understanding of Christian theology. In year 8 RE lessons pupils focus mainly on the religions of Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism. In each topic pupils are given a basic introduction into the beliefs, practices and lifestyles of the followers of these religions. In year 9 we move away from the traditional study of religions and start to introduce the ethical and philosophical issues that will appear in the GCSE course.

In Geography, Year 7 students get the opportunity to explore the meaning behind Geography and develop their basic geographical skills.  Students are expected to have impeccable standards in their book work and take pride in everything they do. In Year 8 students are expected to enhance their geographical skills and become young aspiring geographers before commencing their GCSE study in year 9.

In KS3 History, students consider people, places and key turning points in, and across British History from 1066 to 1750. In years 8 students build on the skills introduced in y7, considering the periods 1750 to 1900, and 1900 to c1990, looking at Medieval Realms, the history of the United Kingdom, the American Civil Rights period, British/European history and conflict in the Modern World.

In Citizenship at KS3 students follow a programme delivered by experienced staff and supported by experts from outside agencies, covering issues that include PSHE and Citizenship.

KS3 Course Overview Citizenship
KS3 Course Overview Geography
KS3 Course Overview History
KS4 Course Overview RE


Years 9, 10 and 11

In History, students study a three year, linear assessed course covering international relations, Germany, Crime and punishment and 20th Century Britain.

GCSE Geography is where young geographers become integrated and involved with global issues and topical events. Students study a variety of Physical and Human Geography topics.

The GCSE RE full course in Philosophy and Ethics includes topics such as Equality, Justice, Relationships, Science and Religion as well as others.

KS4 Course Overview Citizenship
KS4 Course Overview Geography
KS4 Course Overview History
KS4 Course Overview RE
KS4 Course Overview Sociology

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