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22/10/21

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Epping Primary

So impressive! Well done everyone!

22/10/21

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Epping Primary

We spy some former pupils there - always brilliant to see they're doing so well in their school career. Well done all of you!

22/10/21

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PAPYRUS

This is incredible! Thank you so much for your wonderful support 💜

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22/10/21

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Everything Epping Forest

A day at Epping St John's School dedicated to raising awareness of mental health has so far raised over £4,000 for Papyrus, a national charity dedicated to the prevention of young suicide. https://t.co/iWtb3N8tMF https://t.co/Nb3QhLGxZ8

22/10/21

We are so proud of our school community. 💚 https://t.co/6dYY6055di

21/10/21

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Mr Reeves

So proud of all the staff and students involved in this fundraiser. Massive thanks to the ESJ community, the staff and students and our friends and families for all the donations. Totally worth the blisters! https://t.co/O8HPVTLnfT

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21/10/21

An amazing achievement. A running total of £4,000.00 and still counting, which will be donated to . The issue of mental health is of paramount importance, and we were all honoured to be part of this fundraising event. 💚 https://t.co/YMTKb6kUlX

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21/10/21

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Dee Conlon 💙💛

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20/10/21

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Epping St John’s Sixth Form

Round one of 6th Form Master Chef this afternoon. We were really blown away by the dishes. A big thank you to Mrs Marshall for running this enrichment for our Year 12 & 13 https://t.co/0B7S1WgviL

20/10/21

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West Essex SSP

Thank you leaders for all your hard work this morning.

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20/10/21

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BMAT

📢 We're Hiring! We've an exciting opportunity for someone to head up our information technology services across the trust. 🖥️ For a job description and information on how to apply, please visit https://t.co/JdnPyp6zSp https://t.co/FRbCShRUQd

19/10/21

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Adam Smith

Well done it was fantastic seeing the KS1 students at the school with our leaders. And thank you as usual it was a really well organised event. I hope it will be the first of many this year.

19/10/21

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mary burges

And it looks like all the students (leaders and players!) are doing a fine job 😃 I love the partnerships we have with our primaries; makes “big school” a much easier step to take.

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19/10/21

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Miss H Hennessy 🧚🏼‍♀️

It’s the KS1 Multi-Skills event today - the first event for all of our sports leaders! Take a look at them in action 👀 https://t.co/72SfPGaC5Q

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19/10/21

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Miss H Hennessy 🧚🏼‍♀️

Super proud of the sports leaders for leading their first primary school event today 😍 some fun leadership styles and amazing teamwork… Future coaches and teachers in the making🤩 https://t.co/XtgZwscTm9

15/10/21

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ESJ PE

A great 3-2 win by our Year9️⃣ footballers! They managed to hold onto the lead after 2 comeback goals and created many chances throughout the game! Fabulous work, well done!⚽️

15/10/21

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MrFitten

The entries for the Maths House competition have been collated. The correct number of triangles was 27🔺Winning Houses were Yr 7 Barker, Yr 8 Barker and Wright, Yr 9 Barker and Yr 11 Barker. So almost a Barker clean sweep!

14/10/21

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Mrs Christofi

Great trip for . Thank you for taking our students https://t.co/naXzIJ4bSB

14/10/21

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Jodie Newman

Thanks for you time, it’s great to have this sort of open communication.

08/10/21

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PAPYRUS

This is amazing! Thank you so much for your support 💜

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GCSE Case Studies

GCSE Case Studies

Posted: 13th August 2021

Students today flocked to sign up for a growing sixth form.

Today, we were open today for students collecting their GCSE results to register for further education classes.

Our sixth form was still celebrating seeing its biggest cohort of students achieve the best set of results in their A-levels this summer.

 

ESJ GCSE results Tilly NelsonAmong those signing up for sixth form was Tilly Nelson, from Epping, who is looking to study sociology, media studies, English and geography from September.

She achieved two grade 8, four grade 7, two grade 6 and one grade 5 in her GCSEs.

She said: “I am really happy.

“I decided to stay on at the sixth form as I know all the subjects I have picked are taught by good teachers. I have always liked the school and felt good there. The last couple of years of sixth formers have really made me want to go there, too, as they really liked the sixth form.

“When we got into Year 11, we were given so much help by our teachers, but also the freedom to work on our own.

“Over the years, the year groups have gotten closer. I already know lots of sixth formers which makes joining a lot easier. I am close with sixth formers because we have been encouraged to make those connections. That is nice as when we start sixth form, we already have friends there. That has definitely helped to make us feel more comfortable with the move.

“I am excited to get stuck in and to concentrate on the subjects I have chosen.”

ESJ GCSE results Samaya Kaleel

Samaya Kaleel, from Waltham Abbey, achieved three grade 9, two grade 8, four grade 7 and one grade 6 in her GCSEs. She had also picked up a grade 8 last year.

She will study history, English, economics and biology at the sixth form.

She said: “I was really happy with my grade 9s; I thought they would be grade 8s.

“I love the teachers, the school and the people at Epping St John’s. It is a very happy place.

“Online learning has been really difficult as it took it out of you. As soon as we came back to school, our teachers did absolutely everything to support us.

“I am looking forward to the freedom of sixth form and being in charge of my own studies, as well as applying myself to my chosen subjects.

“I can’t wait. It will be nice to get back to it.”

 

ESJ GCSE results Mia KnightFor Mia Knight, it was the relationship she has with her teachers that attracted her to the sixth form.

She will study history, Spanish and psychology after achieving three grade 9, six grade 8 and one grade 7 in her GCSEs this summer.

She said: “It was a bit of a shock when my results came through; they are better than I expected.

“At first, it was difficult to get used to online learning, but as time went on it became the normal. The school did a lot of student surveys to ask how we were finding it and lessons kept on improving.

“I am looking forward to working in the more grown-up environment of the sixth form. I know the teachers and they know me, so it feels the best place for me.”

 

ESJ GCSE results Paul AdamsPaul Adams will study maths, biology and chemistry at the sixth form, with hopes of going into a career in biomedical science.

He bagged five grade 8 and four grade 7 in his GCSEs.

He said: “My teachers have been great at recommending different revision guides and websites for me to use to extend my learning outside of school.

“Learning during the pandemic has been difficult, but I think overall I have managed it fairly well.

“I am looking forward to meeting students from other schools who join Epping St John’s.”

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