Find out how Year 4 have been working with our secondary teachers to add depth and challenge to their and lessons in Year 4. at its best!


So much to celebrate at our secondary Academy Awards Evening!! 🎉 🏆 🎊 🥇#dontwishforitworkforit


Year 4 really enjoyed learning about historic costumes, etiquette and dance . They got to make and take home wax candles as well. A great day out and great learning too!


Congrats to our students who competed so well in the Sports Day yesterday. Fantastic day! Special mentions: Samuel (Yr 9), Samuel (Yr 10), Jefferey (Yr 7), AJ (Yr 7), Leoni (Yr 9). But all 27 of our competitors showed great maturity and


Our coaches are on their way back from sports day, but we are experiencing some delays due to traffic. Great efforts from our competitors today - well done!


Come to our 'Listening Ear' drop-in sessions, every Wed (9am to 1pm), from 31st July until 28th Aug. It means we're OPEN during the Summer holidays if you need to speak to someone, meet some staff or just have a chat and a cup of tea! All our families and students very welcome!


Kyle is all prepared for an Antarctic expedition 5/5!!


Here we go again! Year 7 B side at the National Maritime Museum. 🌊 🏛


Mr Mulhere browsing the selection at our secondary book fair! 📚 📖


A fantastic all-through sports day today!! A huge thank you to our wonderful PE staff and all our students. Well done to the victorious hub: Enterprise!


A HUGE well done to our year 7s Amirah, Lacey-Mai and Neha for their hard work at yesterday’s Spelling Bee hosted by . Thanks for having us!!


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Are you aged 16–21 and looking to develop new skills this summer? The has a new summer programme called Greengross Creatives. Find out more at It looks good! Deadline for applications is 11 July.


Download our latest school newsletter at Primary school success, finalist in Best Secondary School Award, anyone for , studies, where Year 13 are heading to uni... and lots more. Hope you enjoy it!


Best of luck to our year 12s on day two of their expedition. Here they are last week practising putting up (and packing away!) their tents.


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Stuck for ideas on what to read? Check out our summer recommended reading lists for years 7-10. Loads of great books to choose from.


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thank you having Niall come in to visit this morning. We are very excited to see some of your students up in Scotland


What a fantastic day we’ve had! We didn’t make the final, but are proud to have represented at the London Youth Games!


Tense stuff at the Cricket London Youth Games!


First ball of the first over! Let’s go Garrard let’s go!


Arrived via the ferry! Thanks Ms D’Souza for getting us here safely! Harris Garrard representing Bexley at the London youth Games!

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Posted on May 13th 2019

University Pathways Students Tour Thames and Kings College London

UP1Five Year 9 students, who have been studying coastal zone management and the River Thames, took a boat trip up the river earlier this month to see the topic come to life.

The students have been studying this subject over eight weeks as part of Researchers in School University Pathways, a programme that supports a small group of pupils to increase their chances of attending a highly-selective university.

As a final reward for their success, and to get into the field to see the subjects covered in the classroom, the students travelled on the Thames Clipper from Woolwich Arsenal to Putney.

In West London they visited the WWT London Wetland Centre (pictured) to see a restored wetland habitat and all the animal life that it now supports.

After the wetlands centre the students visited the John B Thornes Laboratory (pictured below) in the Geography department at Kings College London (KCL).  Dr. Francis O’Shea and colleagues presented a programme on the work the lab does in sustainability, including water quality testing and analysis, river flow and hydrology modelling, and the equipment they have created in the lab to do their field studies using DT and ICT. The students also heard a fascinating presentation by PhD student Randa Kachef.


Students participating in the course include (pictured here) Ayopo, Tiarna, Iyobosa, Harrison and Abdulahi. We hope the students enjoyed the trip and congratulate them on their success in completing the course.

Ms Ferran, Science Teacher