The Study Zone

30th March – 3rd April 2015

10am to 1pm at the Cambridge and Bury Campus Canteens.

All Year 11 Students Welcome.

  • 10am Independent Silent Study
  • 10.55am Break
  • 11.10am Study session 2
  • 11.55am Break
  • 12.10pm Study session 3
  • 1pm Dismissed


Terms and Conditions

1. Students attending are required to bring their own revision material and a personal revision plan for the session.
2. Lanyard and ID needed but no phones or electronic equipment are allowed.
3. Refreshments provided.
4. Free cinema ticket provided to students who successfully complete 3 sessions.
5. All attendees are expected to be focused on their work at the allotted times, students who are not will be asked to leave.

Easter Holidays

Dear parents and carers

The spring term ends on Friday 27 March 2015 and I would like to take this opportunity to wish you a pleasant spring-time. I hope that you have some time to spend with your friends and family over the Easter period. Of course, our Year 11, 12 and 13 students will be busy preparing for their examinations!

On Friday we say farewell to several staff. Ms Lauren Mack is leaving after fulfilling the maternity leave contract, Ms Francine Quaicoe is leaving from the SH&D faculty, Ms Lucy Blincoe is leaving from the Languages Faculty and Ms Vineta Mitchell is leaving to begin teacher training. We thank our colleagues for their service to the school and wish them well in their careers.

Term resumes on Monday 13 April 2015 and will continue to the half-term break that begins on Monday 25 May 2015.

The Police have asked me to inform you that there are three dispersal Zones being implemented during this week. Palmers Green and Enfield Town are in place on Friday 27th from 8am to 8pm. There is also a dispersal zone around Southgate station and along Chase Side throughout this week too.

I wish you all a safe and peaceful break.

Yours sincerely

Dr S M Tranter

Executive Headteacher

Attendance Winners

“Regular attendance at school is vital to help children achieve and get the best possible start in life.”

Congratulations to our following students who have achieved 100% attendance for the Autumn 2014 and Spring Term 2015:-

  • Christopher – Jellyfish Class
  • Mariam Bibi – Jellyfish Class
  • Oliver in – Caterpillar Class

A very, very  big well done.  They were presented with a Certificate and Easter Egg by Miss Tooulis

The following students achieved 100% for attendance for the Spring Term 2015, they also were presented with a Certificate by Ms Tooulis

  • Ibrahim
  • Amber
  • Christopher
  • Nathaniel
  • Alexandros
  • La’Kai
  • Mariam Bibi
  • Deniz Kursun
  • Freddie
  • Rhyiana
  • Camarey
  • Marcia
  • Rohat

Primary Easter Competition

Here are what the students of our Primary School have done for the Easter Competition, and some of the Staff’s efforts!

Easter Competition

Above: Primary Easter Competition

Easter Competition

Above: More Easter goodies by our students

Staff-Easter-Creations

Above: and finally our Staff Easter treats!

Sixth Form Success on Summer Programmes

Aspiring Professionals

Congratulations to Ohid Islam, Mehmetcan Goksungur and Abdisamad Omar from Form 12I, who have all been accepted onto the Aspiring Professionals Programme through the Social Mobility Foundation. These programmes are open to motivated ambitious students from less privileged backgrounds and the first in the family to go to university.

Read more in this months Newsletter (Download PDF)


Ernst and Young

Congratulations also to Akin Tasar, Form 12I who has been offered a place with Ernst and Young on their Smart Futures Programme. Ernst and Young is a global company spread across the world in over 40 countries. They work with some of the largest banks, insurance, government and oil companies.

Read more in this months Newsletter (Download PDF)


Sixth Form Students – Intergenerational Project – Ridge Avenue Library

33 more of our Sixth Form students are signed up ready to begin the next five Intergenerational Projects at Ridge Avenue Library taking place in April to July. The students will assist an over 50s borough resident with an online guided programme called ‘Learn My Way’ which is designed to introduce new computer users or those less confident in their IT skills to a computer. The course covers topics from mouse and keyboard skills, to setting up an email account, social networking and filling in forms online.

Read more in this months Newsletter (Download PDF)

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