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Miss Petrou

Unbelievably proud of these two incredible young ladies!

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Richard Wain

On Saturday 18th July my son Barney will cycle 39miles from Epping to Southend raising money for an expedition to Kenya in 2021 that he and other Epping St John’s pupils will undertake. Please help & donate if you can https://t.co/lLaSAmeoIH

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My artwork from today’s leson https://t.co/l377bJ5uAJ

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Ms Horner

Some incredible poetry readings sent in by Year 6 students who will be joining us in September for their ACE challenge! What lovely intonation of voice you have, Ellis. I loved your readings of 'Parting Thought' and 'Lunch Line' by Steven Camden. https://t.co/6g0PQnE86c

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Ruby hasn’t seen her email yet! She will be thrilled. Thank you for supporting her

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ESJ Art, Textiles & Photography

So proud! Well done!!

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Ms Horner

Congrats girls! You will be fantastic ambassadors for your peers and the school! 👏

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Miss Viccars

Very much deserved. An incredible interview with so many strategies to help the school move forward. Your passion is infectious!

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Sybs✊🏾🇬🇭

So grateful for this opportunity! Thank you😊

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Thank you so much! Looking forwards to next year x

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Epping St John’s Sixth Form

Here it is! Introducing our Head Students - Harper and Sybil! One for the ESJ history books... our first students in charge and two Head Girls representing You will both be an asset to our school A big well done to everyone who applied! https://t.co/DWeGsPcqKJ

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Miss Viccars

Well done also to our StLT Year Leaders who were appointed this week by their Head of Year: Y8 - Thomas and Kara , Y9 - Ruby and Sawyer , Y10 - Max and Sonny . Welcome to !

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Tooze 🌍

Two amazing young women. Both survivors of the infamous Thorpe Park bus incident. Both fantastic role models for their peers.

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Nicola Tait

Charlie's Food and nutrition homework was to create foccacia bread and turn it into a piece of art. We had to improvise as we have no yeast but our cheese on toast lunch was very tasty. https://t.co/H8sbSxteJg

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Miss Viccars

Introducing our Head Students - Harper and Sybil! One for the ESJ history books... our first students in charge and two Head Girls representing . Can't wait to complete interviews in September for other roles! https://t.co/lfv54xwmRI

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Tracy Ward

All of you! 🤩🤩🤩

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MrFitten

Always a pleasure, its nice to be able to teach again even if it is into a computer!

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Heather Fisher

Thank You for making maths fun for Isabella even with a blank Teams screen She is enjoying learning maths for the first time ever please can we nominate him for one of your awards

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Miss Viccars

https://t.co/XIaN9heDzU - there you go!

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Miss Viccars

https://t.co/XIaN9heDzU - Staff Star nomination time! Who deserves a little thank you?

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Sixth Form team building

Sixth Form team building

Posted: 16th September 2019

Pizza lunch, Lego, fun activities and brand-new facilities – the first day at Epping St John’s Church of England School sixth form was a blast for students.

Year 12 and 13 students who have signed up to study at the sixth form, in Epping, started the school year with a day of teambuilding.

With a larger number of students than previously, the growing sixth form continues to nurture its family ethos by encouraging all to get to know each other well.

The start of a new school year was also marked with the opening of brand-new facilities for the sixth form, providing a new study room and revamped common room area for the older students.

Riley Perril, Year 13, said: “Now there are more of us, having the extra room will be really helpful. It will enable us to have some quiet study time and get our heads down as Year 13 is so important.”

Milli Wilson, Year 13, said: “It looks like a studio apartment I would love to buy!”

The induction day started with an assembly to outline expectations for Year 12, as well as an introduction for Year 13 to UCAS, completing personal statements and being prepared for the important year ahead.

The afternoon was spent taking part in teambuilding activities with external organisation EML.

Finley Jacobs-Roth, Year 12, will study history, government and politics and sociology at the sixth form. He said: “The induction day has been great as we have not been dropped straight into it.

“It has been a long summer, which I have loved, but I am excited to get started.

“I wanted to stay at the sixth form as I’ve been at Epping St John’s for five years and know the school and the staff well.”

Sam Cosford, Year 12, will study physics, computing and philosophy and ethics. He said: “I am looking forward to seeing how it goes as it’s a new chapter for us.

“I like that it’s a safe environment which provides the feeling of familiarity. All the teachers here are supportive.

“The induction has been interesting as a lot more people have stayed on to sixth form than I had realised. But, it’s also good to see new faces mixed in who have joined the sixth form from other schools. It’s nice to meet new people.”

The sixth form this summer celebrated its best ever exam results, with 100 per cent of students achieving at least a Pass in either an A-level of BTEC course.

Fulin Baki, head of sixth form, said: “Today has been about getting to know each other all in the spirit of family. We are growing, but we are not so big that we cannot all get to know each other.

“It feels really positive to see Year 12 start their time with us, nervous but excited. They look so smart and grown-up in their workwear. They will set a great example to the rest of the school. It makes them feel important and responsible in this new chapter.

“They represent the community and the culture of the school.”

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