Botany Bay Junior Cricket

Botany Bay Cricket Club

Junior Cricket 

Age Groups

Under 8s (Years 1 & 2)

Under 11s (Years 3, 4, 5 & 6)

Under 13s (Years 7 & 8)

Under 15s (Years 9 & 10)

Under 17s (Years 11 & 12)

  •  ECB Qualified Level 1 & 2 Cricket Coaching (all CRB checked)
  •  Coaching designed for boys & girls of all abilities ranging from absolute beginners to advanced players in a safe & friendly environment
  •  Coaching every Monday between 15 April – 22 July 2013 (18:30 – 20:00)

Contact: Mark Couzens 

Tel: 07775 694656 E-Mail: mark@couzensonline.com 

 

BOTANY BAY CRICKET CLUB 

Centenary 1999

(Affiliated to the C.C.C and Middlesex Colts Association)

President: M Deasey Esq.

Ground: EAST LODGE LANE, THE RIDGEWAY, ENFIELD, MIDDLESEX, EN2 8AS 

Telephone: 0208 363 4482

Guys and St. Thomas Hospital Talk

Are you interested in a career in medicine?

WHAT: Come and listen to a junior doctor from Guys and St. Thomas’ Hospital talk about her experience and learn about the entry requirements and training for medical school.

FOR WHO: Open to all students who a seriously considering a medical/health-related career.

WHEN: Tuesday 16th April 2013

TIME: 3.15pm – 4.15pm

WHERE: Room 82 Cambridge Campus

Crew Hill Golf Club Family Scheme

As you know golf club membership fees are considered to be a deterrent for many parents and families from taking up the game. At Crews Hill Golf Club we are conscious of this and have come up with a scheme to help golfing parents.

A parent can join the club as a full member paying full membership fees with up to 2 of their children joining for free!! The children will have full access privileges to the course and clubhouse and will be able to receive coaching and enter junior competitions.

For more information please contact Dominic Slatter – marketing manager – on 02083636674.

UCAS Fair

On Wednesday 27th February, sixth formers were given the opportunity to go to a UCAS fair where we gathered information on the universities, apprenticeships and employment. We were able collect valuable information as well as all the prospectuses we want!

The fair was an excellent opportunity for us to meet university representatives who were present to help us and answer all of the questions we wished to ask. Some of the questions regarded the grades needed in order to apply and whether it was a suitable course for future career options. Overall this gave the sixth formers a sense of direction of which university they should consider and why.

So when asking what some of the sixth formers thought about the UCAS Fair, this is what was said:

‘It was a helpful experience as I asked questions about the things I’m worried about concerning the course I wish to study.’ – Aysegul Mete 

‘The main thing I liked about the UCAS fair was the fact that I was able to collect as much prospectuses as I wanted and also talk to the representatives about their expectations’. – Pakize Celik. 

Raissa Awa Coulibaly 

(Year 12 Student)

World book week and Readathon 2013

World book week at Edmonton County School

Congratulations to Year 7 students for raising at least £593.92 as of 12th March – there is still money coming in from their sponsored Readathon last week. Students wore their pyjamas and got comfortable in the libraries for an hour’s reading. They worked hard to get so many sponsors and we are really proud of them. Most importantly we are so pleased to see them enjoying reading. A big thank you to Mrs C Harvey and Mrs S Adams for their organisation of this event. See below for a more detailed account of the day.

Student leaders interviewed staff about their favourite books during the week and staff read with students in the library.

Please encourage your child to read for pleasure.

Miss M.Panayi

Assistant Headteacher


Readathon 2013 

Back in February, I read an article about READATHON, the UK’s national sponsored reading event which encourages children to read for pleasure, while raising money for seriously ill children. As school Library Managers, Mrs Adams and I loved the idea and, after getting more information and speaking to the English department, the idea took shape with thoughts of the children bringing in pyjamas, blankets and pillows to make themselves cosy and providing a drink and a few snacks to eat while reading.

The logistics with senior teachers were worked out and it was decided to run this in the week of World Book Day (7th March this year). Each Year 7 class was brought down to the library for their hour of reading, and all students settled down to silent reading. It was a real pleasure! Bury students collected £269.72 and Cambridge students collected £324.20. This is a fabulous achievement – all money raised will go to charities such as CLIC Sargent, Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity and ReadWell.

“I think the Readathon was really good fun and it encouraged Year 7s to read more after the event. I enjoyed it a lot and read new books. Thumbs up to the Readathon.” – Zaina Ali

“I think the Readathon was really fun because it was quite peaceful and I enjoyed the books.” – Zilan Akgul

Mrs C Harvey & Mrs S Adams 

Library Managers, Cambridge and Bury Campuses 

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