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12/04/21

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ESJ Reading Race

A bit of Monday motivation for everyone☺️ First day back of term! Why don’t you expand your knowledge in your subject areas and complete some reading races!📚 https://t.co/zxKVdHe7Km

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12/04/21

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The efforts of teachers, support staff and teams in our family of schools have resulted in 30 industry accolades. Schools within BMAT have attracted a high number of nominations in this year’s Essex Teaching Awards. https://t.co/LfPYvlNgdY https://t.co/gneRlgCAts

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12/04/21

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BMAT

Epping St John's Church of England School in Epping, Essex, have a vacancy for a PSHE & Humanities Teacher. For more information visit https://t.co/HpqTGg4196 https://t.co/3JHLyWLl91

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12/04/21

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R.E. department

Blessings at Ramadan to all our Muslim friends and family ☪️ https://t.co/v5CyUe9D69

12/04/21

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Vectare Essex

To aid with capacity, S13 journeys will be duplicated from this week on Schooldays only between Waltham Cross and with one bus reserved for school children only.

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11/04/21

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Donna Horncastle

successful Coopersale litter pick! https://t.co/3nsmhL1qBc

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10/04/21

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R.E. department

Thank you for the anti racism resources that we are implementing into our curriculum at KS3 from next week https://t.co/jMCQdhwnsE

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04/04/21

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R.E. department

Happy Easter! A day of hope for the world to come 🙏 https://t.co/TMWJmW3tDJ

03/04/21

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victoria sear

So proud of the girls volunteering to be part of this today doing something they care about 🚯🚮 Really great you organised this 👏🏻 https://t.co/8OdIDZXkEC

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01/04/21

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BMAT

Epping St John's Church of England School in Epping, Essex, have a vacancy for an Economics & Business Teachers. For more information visit https://t.co/tZv7gCRPV0 https://t.co/YOoXo6AlOJ

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31/03/21

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Mr Latchford@ESJGeographyRE

Thank you - can't put this off anymore! https://t.co/EaNqxzwVT5

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30/03/21

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Ms Horner

Grading NEAs for my Y13 English Literature students to contribute to their TAGs. Wow. Each and every one of you take a long, low bow and imagine my standing ovation! https://t.co/CihbicaYN6

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28/03/21

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Department of Health and Social Care

There are false reports that lateral flow tests can give you cancer. These rapid tests have been rigorously tested and are safe. The swabs are sterilised with ethylene oxide to ensure they are safe to use. It is one of the most commonly used sterilisation tools. https://t.co/lYWDRluMUh

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28/03/21

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Jenny Pugh

Great work again this term by Hannah thank you and she finished off the term in style with an accident and a trip to the hospital, but back in time for the awards assembly 😂 https://t.co/EhIkwbJrXT

27/03/21

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ShoeSu

Truly something I will never forget. I still replay that phone call over in my head. The staff on that trip were amazing & the kids couldn’t have been in kinder hands.

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27/03/21

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Tooze 🌍

Today is the 6-year anniversary of the day my outlook on school trips changed forever. I’ll never forget the staff and students of on this day. The last of who are now in their final year of https://t.co/FfdOQzBmYl

27/03/21

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Tooze 🌍

Truly amazing bunch of adults I took. Every single one was calm and collected. Equally, the students we took dealt with it in such a mature manner... will always remember the Year 11s who helped staff chaperone the 11 students who were taken to hospitals in an ambulance.

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27/03/21

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ShoeSu

Thankful that I am still able to say good morning & goodnight to my daughter after this 6 years ago. How we never lost anyone that day is a blessing. Can’t thank the staff enough for their support, both on the day & afterwards. https://t.co/vlLemctXAd

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26/03/21

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ShoeSu

It’s been a tricky school year. Proud that she’s been awarded this. Thank you for all of your support & encouragement https://t.co/SHfLUMSEje

26/03/21

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Miss Viccars

Very much deserved. He has worked so hard both in school and throughout lockdown! ⭐️

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Lockdown Games keeps children active

Lockdown Games keeps children active

Posted: 1st March 2021

Who says practical PE lessons are not possible in lockdown? Not Epping St John’s Church of England School.

While all lessons are being carried out remotely due to the national lockdown and partial school closures, students at the school in Epping have been getting as active as ever.

The Lockdown Games was launched by the school in January to encourage all students, staff and relatives to step away from computer screens and get moving.

The contest started with a challenge to see which form group or department could travel the furthest, by walking running or cycling.

Year 10 student Sam and his family travelled a total of 140km throughout the week.

There was also a staff versus students competition, with ten fun challenges for all to compete in, including teabag throwing, burpees, the largest object being lifted, the quickest mile run, the highest coin stack on a piece of fruit and how many times their dog could play fetch without getting bored.

Trainee PE teacher Harmony Hennessy, who came up with the idea of the Games, said: “It’s lovely seeing the school coming together, with staff and students getting involved, as well as their families. Many have been sharing results and evidence of families doing activities or challenges together, so it’s been good to see we are giving them something to do away from school/work life and away from a screen.

“Hopefully, having that break from the screen and taking part in activities together is positively impacting mental health, giving people that something extra to do, which is also a bit of fun.”

Other challenges included PE Meets Art, where tasks included nature walk art and designing a logo for PE, and families challenged to complete 100 of anything in memory of Captain Sir Tom Moore and donate to his Foundation.

The Games will continue until school fully reopens.

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