School Closure 28th March

Dear parents and carers.

Further to the Newsletter of last week, I am sorry to tell you that Edmonton County School will be closed to students on Wednesday 28 March 2012.

The National Union of Teachers (NUT) has called for industrial action as the next step in the pensions campaign. This strike call is for London schools and the number of teaching staff who are responding to the call means that we cannot operate the school safely on Wednesday. However, some teachers of Year 11, 12 and 13 classes will be making arrangements with their classes to teach on Wednesday.

I am pleased to tell you that the Year 12 UCAS Trip to Olympia will go ahead as planned. The students need to be at the Cambridge Campus for 7.45am to allow the coaches to depart promptly, the expected return time will be 1pm. This is a very important trip to allow the Year 12 students to make informed decisions about their university application.

I apologise for any inconvenience that this news may cause you but hope you appreciate that it is beyond the school’s control.

Yours sincerely

Dr S Tranter Headteacher

(download a copy of the letter here)

Street Active Easter Programme

Enfield Council Sports Development Team are putting on some events over the Easter break, please see the attached PDF for more information.

Street Active Easter Programme PDF

The Demon Headmaster

Edmonton County School is proud to announce their school production of the Demon Headmaster, produced by the Drama and Music Departments of the schools Expressive Arts Faculty.

The production includes our very talented students from various year groups in the school who have shown great dedication and commitment to the production. The show promises to be a great performance, providing entertainment for all ages.

Tickets can be purchased from the school direct in advance*

*No tickets will be available for sale on the night

The performance is being held :

Wednesday 14th/15th/16th March 2012

Edmonton County School, Cambridge Campus, Great Cambridge Road
Enfield, Middlesex

Powerful ways to access arts and culture (updated!)

On Monday 20th February ‘a new direction’ and ‘Fundamental Architectural ‘will be visiting our school to present a workshop for a group of KS4 students and Teachers at Cambridge campus.

The workshop activity – arranged by the Expressive Arts faculty is about the 2012 Olympics and will provide the students and teachers the opportunity to look at different challenges and issues related to the Olympics.

The activities are based around the KS4 curriculum providing the students with a variety of learning activities and outcomes.

UPDATE: Here are some photos of the event…

Photographer Richard Ash visits ECS

Richard Ash, professional Photographer, visits Edmonton County Expressive Arts Facility


On the 23rd February a workshop organised by Ms Jimenez Head of Art was held at Cambridge campus.

The year 12 and 13 A level photography students and the gifted and talented year 10& 11 photography students attended the practical photography workshop presented by professional photographer Richard Ash from the Imperial War Museum

The students attended a whole day of activities to improve their camera handling, lighting effects and Photoshop techniques. All students took part in photographic instructed tasks to help improve their photography and their understanding of the DSLR cameras .

They also had an opportunity to see the work of a professional photographer and ask him questions about his work and experience. The day was a great success and the students produced some improve pieces of photographic work. Well done to all the students and teachers that took part.

The following photographs are taken by the students at the workshop:

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