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Mr Reeder

Exams on monday: Y11 - English lit, non calc maths. Y13 - business, english, chemistry Be prepared (as scar would say)!! https://t.co/3VARuWXr9b

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ESJ Aspirations

This makes it all worthwhile. Teachers of you are the incredible individuals who give our students the best possible chance to succeed https://t.co/6hdauuRYhi

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Essex Music Hub

takes place with on March 9. More details in our fortnightly e-newsletter, In-Tune, and here https://t.co/g8XnCJHi5L https://t.co/Xkp0WVxaDZ

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Jude Machin

Thank you and to all the teachers who gave up their time during half term to help the kids revise this week. P says it’s been really useful.

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Mr Reeder

Aspiration complete with 11 separate scientists (6 more were in maths!). We covered useful skills for the PPE. That's 65% of the separate science cohort attending well done! I hope it was helpful.

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20/02/20

Last day tomorrow for Feb Half-Term Aspiration Sessions These sessions are making a real difference & your teachers are reporting great things. You’ve got this!... Triple-Science, Science & Maths to finish https://t.co/FtlsTkId5J

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Adam Smith

18 students in for PE intervention today, well over half the cohort, best turn out I have ever had at a intervention and I have been teaching at the school a very long time.

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Mr Omilli

Quiz for Year 13 French. Can you spot one of your potential A-Level French speaking topic hidden on this photo? & Georgie 🇫🇷 https://t.co/5ZlzRRPGpE

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French, Spanish, Food & DT on Thursday. Keep going & you’re doing brilliantly! https://t.co/oYJPJUCMAZ

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MrsMcG ☀️

is joining us. How lucky are we? Bring your calculators, trig is on the agenda

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mary burges

This looks like a VERY exciting opportunity, take a look Y11 students ...even better, apply!! https://t.co/jogvyiUlsn

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Mr Reeder

And here's the Year 13 one. https://t.co/YDFEJB11yH

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Mr Reeder

A reminder of the Year 11 exam timetable for after half term. English and Maths to start. https://t.co/qYTGuIxncF

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EFYC

The deadline to apply for Epping Forest Youth Council is THIS FRIDAY. Don't miss your chance to make a difference for young people in your community, fill in your nomination form today! https://t.co/vmjpxXhyfu https://t.co/fLh2OMRqRF

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Great turnout today. Well done !... PE & Maths up tomorrow https://t.co/yKgC8soKZH

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Mr Latch@Year8ESJ

Less than 2 weeks to the parent carers meetings - students should now have quite a few appointments

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Mr Latch@Year8ESJ

Thank you for the opportunity to join such a wonderful and respectful group of students on the Berlin Krakow visit. https://t.co/VwnUcp5Nmc

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17/02/20

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Miss Petrou

And like that, the trip is over! Jam packed day in Kraków today https://t.co/KmQ6ooDaeU

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Young readers take on marathon challenge

Young readers take on marathon challenge

Posted: 24th October 2019

Young readers are limbering up to take on a unique challenge.

Year 7 and 8 students at Epping St John’s Church of England School have been challenged to take part in a Reading Marathon and read a total of 26 books during the academic year.

They can opt to complete a half marathon with 13 books or take part in a reading relay with a group of friends.

Serife Horner, assistant headteacher and head of English, said: “Children have a real love of reading when they are in primary school and during the summer there seems to be a disconnect with some starting secondary school seeing it as a babyish thing to do.

“This is not an enforced activity; we want them to take part in the Reading Marathon because it is fun and they want to. We want them to discover a love of reading for pleasure again.”

A display board in the school will keep track of the marathon leaders, with the number of “miles” covered at the end of each half term recorded.

The school also takes part in the Drop Everything And Read (DEAR) scheme for all students.

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