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Friday 2nd February 2018


Message from the Headteacher

Dear parents and carers
On Friday 9 February 2018 we will have completed the first half-term of the Spring Term! Term will resume on Monday 19 February 2018. Before then the Secondary Phase will have its second Academic Review Day on Thursday 8 February. This is a very important day as it gives us the opportunity to discuss with you, and your child, their progress to date and to agree the way forward. Appointments are being made and we have tried to scheduled them to accommodate the needs of working parents. Your child will be set work to do at home; please ensure that they complete all of the work set, so that your child does not miss out on a day of their education. You may have heard of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). This is a requirement for all public bodies,businesses etc. Huge amounts of data are held by companies – particular where we have loyalty cards (such a Tesco Club card, Nectar etc.) and is designed to protect us from data being sold onto others. Anyone who has been subjected to ‘cold-calls’ from insurance companies will know the nuisance it can be! All of the data we hold on your child is data you have either supplied to us (when they joined the school- data such as name, address, date of birth, your phone number etc.) and data that is created whilst they are here (progress data, attendance etc.) that we share with you when you get reports. But we need you to sign to say that you are happy for us to hold it. We did a data checking exercise at the last ARD. You will be asked to sign a form at Academic Review Day. If you have any questions then please direct them to Mrs Petts, our Data Processing Officer.
Yours sincerely
Dr S M Tranter
Executive Headteacher


 CELEBRATING SUCCESS IN THE SIXTH FORM

Open Evening
On November 23rd 2017 ECS Sixth Form Team opened our doors to the community for the Sixth Form Open Evening. This was a great opportunity for us to show the local community our record breaking results from the Summer and celebrate the success of the students who left us. We had a brilliant turn out of students from Year 11, not only from ECS but also from neighbouring schools who attended with their parents. There was a keen interest in the career pathways for the students in our community. We were happy to deliver the structure and vision of our Sixth Form and teachers were able to interact with students and parents in more detail about Level 3 courses. Thank you for all the applications we have received to our Sixth Form, the Sixth Form team are now processing applications for interviews to start next term.

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Friday 26th Jan 2018


CELEBRATING SUCCESS IN THE SCIENCE FACULTY

So far this year, students have been extremely busy in Science. We’ve been really pleased with the hard work and dedication that a lot of students have shown across the year – below is a highlight of some of the students who have recently been nominated for a Science Faculty badge. Well done! Your badges are on their way to you shortly.

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Friday 19th Jan 2018


Message from the Headteacher

Dear parents and carers
I wish you a Happy New Year. I hope that you enjoyed the festive period and feel refreshed for the return to work. Year 11 students sat practice examinations in December and on Thursday 18 January 2018 received their results as part of the Year 11 Curriculum Evening. We arranged the ‘results evening’ to simulate what it is like in August; the opening of the envelope, and the results! For many students, the hard work preparing for the exams has paid off and they are in a strong positon going forward. For others there was something of a shock when they realised that the exams are difficult and hard work is required from everyone as we go forward.

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Turkish Students Visit to Docklands Academy

On the 17th January 2018, Sixth Form Turkish language students from Edmonton County school visited the Docklands Academy. The purpose of the visit was to introduce the students to academics and professionals with the aim of inspiring them to continue with their academic studies in pursuit of professional careers. When we arrived at the academy we were greeted by Mr Sahan Onder, the owner of the Academy, and before the tour refreshments were provided in the canteen.

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CELEBRATING SUCCESS IN YEARS 10 & 11
Year 10 News

On Tuesday the 19th of January the Year 10 team selected a number of special students to attend an ice skating session at Alexandra Park as part of a rewards trip. The students who were chosen by the Progress Leads were selected on how well they had contributed to school life over the winter term. The students selected had shown outstanding behaviour, attitude and progress since September and this trip was to reward the positive behaviour from these particular students. As a Phase Team we always encourage and recognise good school principals and look forward to further reward trips in the future.

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Year 8 Festive Disco


Friday 12th Jan 2018


A G & T Year 8 – Food & Nutrition Club

Last term we introduced Year 8 students to Food & Nutrition Club where students developed a variety of practical skills and
gained an understanding of basic nutrition.

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CELEBRATING SUCCESS IN THE PE FACULTY

Basketball

The Junior girls came 1st in the Borough tournament and will represent Enfield in the London Youth Games
qualifiers.

The Year 9 boys team reached the semi-finals and a close game resulted in a loss of 33-32 during overtime. Players
of the match: Kevin and Jude.

The Year 10 boys team reached the semi-finals and a close game resulted in a loss of 64-60 during overtime.
Jonathan Sambi scored an impressive 33 points and a great team performance was displayed from the whole team.

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Friday 15th December


Message from the Headteacher

Dear parents and carers,
I hope that this Newsletter finds you well and ready for the school holiday that commences next week.
Our students have worked hard; Year 11 and Year 13 students have been revising hard for examinations and they will receive the results at the start of next term. Reception children have come to the end of their first term at school; for Year 7 it’s the end of a busy term at Secondary school. As we approach the end of 2017 we are reminded about the passage of time and how precious it is for us all.

The weather has certainly made its presence felt this week. In the event of severe weather, the school will be open for all students and staff who can get here safely. The school will only be closed if the weather is so bad that it is inconceivable that any significant number of personnel can get to work safely – this judgement is based on prevailing weather conditions, road conditions and weather forecasts. We are here to provide a service to the community and schools are criticized if we prevent parents from going to work. Once open we will only close if the site becomes unsafe or the weather worsens significantly.

If the school is to be closed, then this will be communicated via the School’s website. The school website is the most up to date source of information and will give details of partial closure or late opening, if that is deemed to be the best way to maintain operations. On Sunday we said we intended to be open, unfortunately, the website ‘crashed’ on Monday at about 6.50am and it took a while for our provider to re-boot the server so we could update the status. Going forward, parents should always assume that the school is open unless notified otherwise.
Some parents told me that the Enfield Council website said we were closed; this wasn’t the case as the Council does not post this information for any schools. However, if you type ‘list of closed schools in Enfield’ into Google it gives you a list of schools – and as we are near the top of the alphabet, we are listed!
We will be saying farewell to some staff at the end of this term. Mr Simon Shadbolt is relocating; he has been a stalwart of the Site Services team and we thank him for his loyal service. Ms Sanjo Jeffery has been promoted to SENCo at a Barnet School – we congratulate her and wish her well. Miss Zoe Lewis is relocating and as one of the first few Primary teachers we will be especially sad to see her go. Miss Natalie Duggan is leaving us to develop her career as is Mrs Paula Williams who is leaving her post as Welfare/Receptionist. Finally, we say goodbye to Ms Mavis Twum-Barimah from the Humanities Faculty. Next term we welcome Mrs Jackson as our new Head of English, Mr Delbourgo as Head of Geography, Ms Erenler to be a Curriculum Coordinator in the Primary Phase, Ms Khanom, who joins us as Science, Computing and AG&T Coordinator in the Primary Phase, and Ms Adekola who is going to be Bury SENCo for both Secondary and Primary Phases.

If you celebrate Christmas, I wish you a joyous time with your friends and family; for others I wish you a restful break. To all members of the Edmonton community, I hope the new year brings peace, prosperity and the best of times to you all.
The school is closed to children and students from the end of Wednesday 20 December and we are holding an INSET day on Monday 8 January 2018.
I look forward to welcoming all the children and students back to school on Tuesday 9 January 2018.

Dr S M Tranter
Executive Headteacher


Celebrating Success – MFL Best Progress and Effort Awards

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ECS Got Talent


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UKMT Senior Maths Challenge 2017

Friday 8th December


CELEBRATING SUCCESS IN YEARS 7 & 8
ENFIELD YOUTH PARLIAMENT ELECTION

On Thursday 23rd of November, the Enfield Youth Parliament election results evening took place at the Dugdale Centre in Enfield Town.
Edmonton County had 3 candidates from the Year 8 cohort and we are pleased to announce that Bridgette Bempah (8B5), Ahmed Warsame (8C4) and Cynthia Ogbonna (8C3) are all now official members of the Enfield Youth Parliament. Through Student Voice and the form reps, they will represent your views on borough wide issues.
Our 3 candidates really stood out on the evening thanks to their immaculate uniform, really making a strong impression as to what Edmonton County School and our students are about.
Well done to all 3 and we wish them well in their political endeavours.

Miss H Roberts
Year 7 & 8 Progress Lead
Cambridge Campus

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ECS Got Talent


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Friday 1st December


Expressive Arts Faculty – Design Ventura Pitching Event

On Wednesday 7th November, the Year 9 and 10 students who were taking part in the Design Ventura Competition took part in a ‘Dragons Den’ style pitching event, where they had to pitch their ideas and prototype product to a panel of judges. Our judges were Mrs Chambi, Ms Shilvock and Mr Kinson.

The students had been working as teams after school and during a workshop session to develop a product which ‘improves everyday life’ and could be sold in the Design Museums Gift shop. As part of this they had to consider the target market of their product, the materials and processes to make their product, sustainability and the products impact on the environment; as well as a limited budget. The three teams were extremely nervous before their pitch, however they rose to the challenge of the pitching and all three teams did incredibility well.

Continue reading in our PDF, Link below

Click here for the PDF: Product Design News

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Friday 24th November


CELEBRATING SUCCESS IN THE MATHEMATICS FACULTY

Well done to all those pupils who attend lunchtime strategy club at Bury and Cambridge. A good opportunity to
develop important logic and reasoning skills in a fun engaging way!

Well done to all the A-Level students that attempted the UKMT Senior Maths Challenge. It was a very difficult paper
this year and we are all looking forward to seeing your results!

Mr Sabiiti’s Puzzle of the week continues to delight and frustrate in equal measure! Congratulations to those pupils
who are consistently submitting the correct answers. Keep it up!

Can you attempt this week’s puzzle?

Well done to all those pupils who are regularly attending Maths Surgery at Bury and Cambridge campuses on a
Wednesday after school, 3pm-4pm. This is a really good place to go and be supported with your Maths learning.

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Friday 17th November


CELEBRATING SUCCESS IN THE INCLUSION FACULTY

YEAR 10 – Enrichment Day

The Autumn 2017 term has been an exciting one for Inclusion. Year 8 FL students participated in celebrating International Peace Day by releasing red, white and blue balloons and decorating a Peace Tree in Inclusion with paper peace lilies, origami doves and cards expressing personal comments about peace. The Year 8 Foundation Learning students have been developing their culinary skills in their Life Skills’ lesson every month. We encourage our students to practise good values in order to be good citizens of their class and school community. Each month we promote a value. In September it was Peace; October, Diversity and November, Equality. In October, Year 10 students visited the Cambridge campus library and competed in a library challenge that was won by Altan Etkin. Glen Miguel and Altan Etkin successfully sat FS English EL3 Writing in November 2017. In addition, Altan is on his way to achieving the Silver Award for ASDAN this term. He was motivated by the Silver Award that Year 11 student, Markayla Bailey, achieved in July 2017.

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Drama News

Theatre Trip to see Kings at the New Diorama Theatre Year 11 Drama students have been working hard on their devised performances in class, so to help get some inspiration we went to The New Diorama Theatre to watch the award-winning new play Kings. We had a pre-show Q&A with writer and director Oli Forsyth, who imparted some great tips and a variety of techniques to use when creating a piece of theatre.

Year 9 Trip to see Matilda Year 9 Drama students went to the Cambridge Theatre in central London to see Matilda the Musical. The students were wowed by the fantastic set changes and the actors’ performances. They are now busy picking the show apart and writing a theatre review.

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Year 7 Science Club

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Friday 10th November


CELEBRATING SUCCESS IN THE UPPER PHASE

YEAR 10 – Enrichment Day

Your child was involved in a very informative day based on Employment, Business and Problem Solving Skills. The day included 5 sessions involving CV development, personal statement writing, interview techniques, problem solving skills and a guest speaker from HSBC covering all areas of Business and Finance. All pupils who attended now have all the resources needed to start applying for jobs, colleges and 6th forms in the coming year.

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Friday 3rd November


Message from Headteacher

Dear parents and carers
I hope that half-term provided a ‘pause’ in the busy autumn months. The next two months are usually very busy ones.
We welcome new staff to our school:

  •  Miss Christine Simmons as a new Sixth Form Student Manager,
  •  Ms Marianna Phiakkou to the Primary Phase
  •  Miss Payal Bhavasar as our new librarian

Also, Mrs Leyla Titchmarsh is now working in the Upper Phase (Bury) office as Upper Phase Student Manager. Mrs Georgia Chacholiades has been promoted from her post as one of my administrative team to Bury Campus Administrator.

Like me, you will be saddened and appalled at the rise in knife crime in our city. To date fourteen young people have died as a result of knife wounds. Recent statistics published by the Metropolitan Police show that the number of young people found to be carrying a knife has doubled in recent years. All of the evidence is that those that carry a knife are the ones most likely to become a victim. A knife turns an argument of words into something very different, with lifechanging consequences for everyone.

We have a zero tolerance approach to possession of knives. I have told all students that if they are found in possession of a knife they will be permanently excluded; this is consistent with the approach taken by all Enfield Secondary headteachers. As parents, I urge you to discuss this issue with your child and be vigilant about where they are and with whom. If you need help, please do not hesitate to contact your child’s Progress Leader or Student Manager.

One of the things that makes children more vulnerable to street crime is having expensive phones – please bear this in mind if you are thinking of purchasing a phone for your son or daughter. When children have nice things they tend to want to show them to their friends, they take out their phone in public and sadly become victims of street crime. Guidance on how you can protect your child’s possessions is on our website.
It is always sad to have to talk about such matters but young people need us to help protect them from harm.

Dr S M Tranter

Executive Headteacher


CELEBRATING SUCCESS IN THE EXPRESSIVE ARTS FACULTY DESIGN DEPARTMENT NEWS
Design Ventura Competition and Workshop

Since the beginning of this year, selected Year 9 and 10 Product Design students from both Bury and Cambridge have been working together in teams to develop a new product which is suitable for sale in the Design Museum gift shop. They have attended both after school sessions and a workshop to develop their product.

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 AG&T – NRICH Maths Pupil Inspiration Day

A school trip was organised for some of our highest achieving Able, Gifted and Talented students. Seven carefully selected Year 9 students went to at Enfield County School to take part in a NRICH Maths Pupil Inspiration Day challenge day on Thursday, 19 October 2017.

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Progress Exams

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Friday 13th October


Celebrating  Success at ECS

The Humanities Faculty have got off to an extremely positive start this academic year and would like to congratulate the following Year 10 students on their achievements so far.

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Top 3 Points & Assemblies

Year 7,

Bury Campus –  Harry Cowell  – 7B2

Cambridge Campus -Elifnaz Erdogan – 7C1

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Friday 6th October


Music Department Notice


Top 3 Points & Assemblies

Year 7,

Bury Campus –  Miriam Addai-Kusi  – 7B1

Cambridge Campus – Lucy Yu – 7C1

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 Friday 29th September


Music Department Notice


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Friday 22nd September


Message from the Headteacher

Dear parents and carers
At the time of writing we are a few hours into the first Academic Review Day and it has been great to see so many parents having good conversations with teaching staff, working together to help the children to progress. If, for any reason you were unable to attend or want a follow up appointment, please do not hesitate to contact us at school either by phone or email and we will make contact to sort it out.

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Scholastic Book Fair


 

Friday 15th September


Academic Review Day

We are delighted to welcome Parents and Carers to ECS’ Academic Review Day.
You will shortly be receiving a letter detailing what Academic Review Day involves and how you can support your child.

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Library News


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Friday 08th September 2017


Message from the Headteacher

Dear Parents and Carers,
Welcome back! The long summer holiday is now at an end and the new school year has begun.
The summer was rounded off by excellent examination results with 52% of the A level grades at A*-B and a 100% pass rate. We improve our pass rates each year and this is another record setter. Some of our students scored a perfect set of A*/A grades and there was success particular in these subjects:

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Academic Review Day

We are delighted to welcome Parents and Carers to ECS’ Academic Review Day.
You will shortly be receiving a letter detailing what Academic Review Day involves and how you can support your child.

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Friday 14th July 2017


CELEBRATING SUCCESS IN THE SOCIETY, HEALTH & DEVELOPMENT FACULTY

Zerda Gilgil Year 9: excellent writing skills in Sociology
Fakria Borhani Year 9: excellent start to the school with a mature, positive and hardworking attitude
Sumaya Chowdhury Year 10: working incredibly hard throughout the year in both Sociology & Religion & Life. Excellent attendance at p6 sessions
Adnan Mohamed Year 9: achieving an excellent result in his end of year Sociology exam
Avin Houro Year 12: commitment to A level Sociology.
Fariha Chowdhury Year 12: proving herself to be an independent learner by writing lots of Sociology essays in the run up to her AS exam.
Lydia Essex Year 8: Completing every piece of homework set this year, well done!

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Lost Property
Several items of lost property have been handed into both school offices. If your son/daughter has lost anything this academic year, please ask them to check their classrooms or ask at the school office to identify and reclaim their lost item.
Any items not claimed will be recycled.
It would assist the school office greatly in returning items handed in if they were appropriately labelled.
Thank you for your co-operation at all times.

Ms D Omard
Administration Manager
Bury and Cambridge Campus


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Friday 7th July 2017


Able, Gifted &Talented – Primary (Year 5) Maths Enrichment Day

Yesterday we welcomed 36 Year 5 students from Raglan School, Bush Hill Park Primary School and Hazelbury Primary School to take part in a Primary Maths enrichment day at Edmonton County School, Cambridge campus.
The day was split into two sessions and students had the opportunity to take part in various exciting and challenging activities which were led by the following nine AG&T Year 8 students who did an excellent job of leading these sessions and representing the school.

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CELEBRATING SUCCESS IN THE SCIENCE FACULTY

This year, students have been extremely busy in Science.
We’ve been really pleased with the hard work and dedication that a lot of students have shown across the year – below is a highlight of some of the students who have recently been nominated for a Science faculty badge.
Well done!
Your badges are on their way to you shortly.
Mrs C Purtell
Head of Science Faulty

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EXPRESSIVE ARTS FESTIVAL 2017

The annual festival was a chance to showcase the work of the talented students in the Expressive Arts Faculty.
There was an Exhibition of A level and GCSE Art/Photography and Textiles work and a Showcase of GCSE Product Design final pieces. The students and teachers had all worked very hard and this was clear in the work they had produced. The parents, students, teachers and visitors to the exhibition were very impressed with the work they saw:-

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KS4 BAND PLAY AT THE TEACH FIRST OPENING CEREMONY

On Sunday 2nd July 2017, our wonderful KS4 Band were invited to perform at the Teach First Opening Ceremony at Regent High School. The students performed a full set of music, including ‘Shape of You’, ‘Say You Won’t Let Go’, ‘Something Just Like This’ and ‘ABC’. Roshaan DW, Gedvile Vicyte, Gabi Kennard, Mya Chowdhury, Cosmin Postolache, Darian Lazin, Melinda Yaman, Ligia Marin, Stefan Mileusnich, Anisha Smith and Callum Perkins worked incredibly hard rehearsing in their own time after school.

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Raynham Primary school visit to the Art Department – 30th June 2017

21 Gifted & Talented students from Raynham Primary School (Years 3-6) visited the Expressive Arts show of GCSE and A level Art, Photography and Textiles work.
The students were met by Ms J Shilvock and Miss J Eden who gave a tour of the show, along with activities about the work. The students were then delivered a polyprint workshop by Mrs S Jimenez and supported by Miss J Eden. The students made individual polyprints of fruit and vegetables onto tissue paper backgrounds. The theme supported their current Primary school work on healthy eating. The individual prints will be made into large framed pieces that will be presented to the school and used for display.

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Waterstones Visit
Students who have worked hard all year and made a real effort were rewarded with a trip to Waterstones in central London. All students will be presented with their chosen books as part of their reward during Presentation Evening. It was an absolute delight to escort these students into London and their excellent behaviour during the trip was very much appreciated by all staff. Thank you to all staff who accompanied students into London and to Mr Maloney for organising. It was a really great day.

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Author of the Month – Sita Brahmachari


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Friday 30th June 2017


CELEBRATING SUCCESS IN THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION FACULTY

Athletics
Every Monday we have been taking students from Years 7/8/9 up to the Queen Elizabeth Park on Donkey Lane to compete in the Enfield School Super 8 competition. All students involved have to carry out a track and throwing event. Edmonton has seen some fantastic performances from Yasmine in the hurdles and Jayden and Romeo in the 100/200.
All students who have represented the school should be massively proud of themselves competing against some of the best athletes in London. Well done to Mr Woolf and Mr Marshall for their continued commitment to producing outstanding athletes at ECS.

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LAMB FESTIVAL – Arts Festival 2017
All Saints Parish Church Secondary School
PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION WINNERS 2017
‘Third Year Running’

Congratulations to Callum Edwards Year 9 who won this year’s Lamb Festival photography competition ‘Secondary School category’.
On Friday 23rd June there was a Festival Finale where the winners and runners up were announced.
Revd Stuart Owen the Festival organiser congratulated the students on the high standard of entries that they had received this year. Callum was congratulated on his winning entry and was awarded a Festival certificate and £100 prize money – well done to Callum.

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Saatchi Gallery Trip Our Art Was On Display! (Year 8-10 Art Gifted &Talented)

The Jack Petchey Start Programme, supported by Children & the Arts, is part of the Saatchi Gallery’s education programme. ECS has made Art, alongside a contemporary artist for the past 3 years. This year the students saw two contemporary art shows, ‘Painters’ Painters’ and the current ‘Selfie to Self-Expression’ and made work with Maru Rojas (artist). Our student’s work was on display at the top of the gallery for a whole week (20 – 27 June) which was viewed by our students on Wednesday 21st June and by the public.

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Turkish Students Visit to Turkish Culture and Tourism Centre

On the 27th June 2017, YR10 Turkish language Students from Edmonton County visited the Turkish Culture centre and a well-known Turkish restaurant in Mayfair.

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Waterstones Visit – Years 9 & 10 Rewards Trip


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Primary Summer Fete


Friday 23rd June 2017


On Monday 19th June, the Edmonton County School Glee Club performed at Millfield Theatre in front of local students, tutors, judges and the public at the Pineapple Arts Glee finals. They received the award for ‘Most Improved’ since the preliminary performances in May, with the judges commenting on their significant improvement and hard work. The girls (Amber Nathan, Carissa Ennin, Laila O’Brien, Lily Peters, Nikkel Mitchell, Samuella Sackey, Sibela Qerkezi, Zowe Ikuesan) were praised for their acting, engagement with the audience, singing skills and movement.

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Let’s Talk Education – an invitation to Enfield Parents/Carers and Parent Governors: Tuesday, 27 June 2017

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Friday 16th June 2017


CELEBRATING SUCCESS IN THE MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGES FACULTY
MFL Best Progress Awards

Well done to the following Cambridge students:
Breshna Gul – Year 7
Idil Elmi – Year 8
Sajeef Yoganayagam – Year 9
Zeenat Habibi Year 9 Spanish
Marcus Pjetri, – Year 9 Spanish
Melisa Toufeg – Year 9 Turkish
Mirela Ivanova – Year 10
Elif Tintas – Year 10
Berfin Koc – Year 12 Turkish

Well done to the following Bury students:
Georgi Pazarov – Year 7
Mohamed Abdulhakim – Year 8
Fidan Madmudhlu – Year 9 Spanish
Maver Guctekin – Year 9 Turkish
Brandy Zola – Year 9
Xhovana Tahiraj – Year 10 Spanish
Keren Gyimah – Year 10
Seval Gul – Year 10 Turkish

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Friday 9th June 17


CONGRATULATIONS!

Brilliant Club – The Graduation Ceremony (The Trinity College /Oxford University)
We were very proud to celebrate the graduation of 24 of our Year 9 pupils as part of The Brilliant Club.
All the students worked closely with a PhD tutors from Trinity College Oxford, towards an assignment that was very challenging. All the students passed successfully and we are very proud of them for their amazing achievement!

Mr A. Deniz – AG&T Coordinator

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CELEBRATING SUCCESS IN THE UPPER PHASE

Cambridge Campus Tutor Awards:

Nominated by Form Tutors for a variety of reasons and students will be presented with a certificate and a pen for this.
Gizem Ocak and Chloe Bidwell- J6
Siham Gabow and Matthew Kaya- J7
Mert Sahan and Haya Gohar Khan -J8
Chyanne Simpson and Anthony Panayiotou – M6 
Sagal Hassan and Lydia Johnson – M7
Melinda Yaman and Selim Tintas – M8
Shania Able and Stefan Mileusnich – N6
Aurea Antunes and Joseph Larini – N7
Keston Decker and Jazmine Gordon-Owusu – N8
Donell Hill and Sumaya Chowdhury – S6
Aisha Elmi and Ruth Essex – S7
Mya Chowdhury and Maksymilian Orysiak – S8

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Cambridge library will be hosting a Scholastic Book Fair.

When: 12th – 14th June 2017 (After School)
Where: Cambridge Library

Miss H Kaur
Librarian Cambridge Campus


 Lost Property

We have several items of lost property, especially coats which need to be claimed as soon as possible. Please ask your child to check the classrooms where they would normally have their lessons and also with the school office. Any items not claimed at the end of term will be recycled.
Thank you for your co-operation.
Ms D Omard – Administration Manager
Bury and Cambridge Campus


This Week’s Attendance


 Edmonton County school – Expressive Arts Festival 2017

An Exhibition of A Level & GCSE Art /Photgraphy/Textiles and Product Design

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Author of the Month – Anne Cassidy

“Anne Cassidy is brilliant at understanding and writing about important topics and issues that are very relevant to many teenagers.”

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Friday 26th May 2017


 Click here for – Half Term Bulletin

Friday 19th May 2017


Parentpay

Please remember to top up your Parentpay account over the half term period to ensure there is sufficient credit on your child’s account for the beginning of term. You are required to provide a packed lunch until accounts are in credit. In addition we would also like to remind you that eligibility to free school meals can only be used at lunchtime and does not include a drink; jugs of water are provided. If you would like your son/daughter to use the canteen facilities in addition to their free school meal entitlement, please ensure there is enough credit available on their account.

Please have a discussion with your child that money on their Parentpay account is for their purchases ONLY and discourage them from making purchases for other students. By logging into your Parentpay account you are able to see your child’s purchases.

Thanking you for your co-operation at all times.

Ms D Omard – Administration Manager

Bury and Cambridge Campus


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Uniform Basics 

Boys:

  • Plain white collared shirt,
  • buttoned to the neck
  • School tie
  • Black tailored trousers
  • Black or white socks

Girls:

  • Plain white revere collar blouse
  • Tartan kilt. This should be knee length. A longer skirt can be purchased by special order if demanded for religious reasons
  • OR black tailored loose fitting trousers
  • Plain navy blue or black hijab or headscarf, if required for religious reasons. The face must be clearly visible at all times
  • Black or white calf length socks OR black tights

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Author of the Month – Patrick Ness

Winner of the Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize, the Booktrust Teenage Prize and the Costa children’s fiction prize!

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CELEBRATING SUCCESS IN THE MIDDLE PHASE
Year 8 students at the Bury and Cambridge Campus took part in a careers day. This was to help them think about their options choices and future career plans. The aim of the day was for students to identify and develop skills needed for the working world and to devise challenging goals to make them progress and achieve.
The day helped students to be more aware of their skills and aptitudes, and inspire them to develop these for the working world. They took part in a number of activities to build their confidence to take ownership of their career plans and used the element of competition to motivate them to be their best, and to reflect on their own strengths and weaknesses.

The session were delivered by World Skills UK and they focused on Leadership; Problem solving; Resilience; Team work and organisation.

Students also received information and guidance on the main options and qualifications for a range of careers, apprenticeship and traineeship as a route to success and how careers are changing.

Mr P Maloney – Head of Middle Phase – Cambridge Campus

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Friday 12th May 2017


Charlie Larwill has completed an outstanding research project on David Fincher for Media Studies. This was submitted long before the final deadline and is easily of Distinction Star quality.
Well done Charlie!
Since the start of the school year Barbara Rozek (CM5) has given up her time each week in order to translate a Maths glossary into Polish. A few years ago, the British Council produced Maths glossaries in a number of other languages in order to help those students who are learning English. Unfortunately they did not make a Polish version.
Thanks to Barbara’s hard work, excellent Maths and English knowledge she will eventually have her very own PolishEnglish Maths glossary. This has not only been a fantastic chance for Barbara to develop her own translation skills, but the high quality resource will also be in place to help any Polish speaking students.
Well done, Barbara!

Ms S Jeffrey – SENco – Bury Campus
Inclusion Faculty

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Top 3 Points & Assemblies


Friday 5th May 2017


CELEBRATING SUCCESS IN THE TRANSITION PHASE
On the last day of term thirty Year 7 students were selected by Miss Shore and Miss Roberts to attend a reward trip to Go Jump In in Enfield. They were chosen for their great effort in lessons, academic success and their attendance.
The students that attended had a great afternoon not only jumping but swinging on the trapeze, knocking each other off of the battle beam, attempting awesome tricks on the giant air bag and testing their balancing skills on the twist ladder. A well-deserved fantastic day was had by all.
Miss A Shore Year 7 Lead – Bury Campus

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Library News


Dear Parent/Carers

We offer a wide selection of stationery to be purchased on site, in both the libraries. Our prices are kept low and we ensure we have plenty of stock in school – ready for students to purchase.  These can be useful if students have not had time to replenish their pencil cases.

Message for Year 11 students – with your upcoming GCSE exams it’s crucial that you are well equipped.  We have excellent revision cards that can help with key word revision and scientific calculators for your maths exams, amongst other essentials.  There is no excuse to not be organised for your exams!

Year 7 – 10 – you also have End of Year Exams – so you too can make use of all that is on offer.

Please see below for all stationery items and their prices.  Thank you.

Ms I Alibhai – Assistant Head Teacher, Miss H Kaur & Mr J Phillips – Cambridge and Bury Librarians

Stationery Price Stationery Price
Black Pen 15p Plastic Wallets 3p
Handwriting Pen 30p A4 Ring Binder 50p
Green Pen 20p A4 Dividers

(pack of 5)

25p
Pencil 10p Popper Wallets 50p
White Board Marker 30p Note Pad

(lined)

50p
Coloured White Board Marker 30p Pencil Case 50p
Highlighter 15p Revision Cards – Large £2.00
Colouring Pencils

(each)

5p Revision Cards –

Small

70p
Ruler 15cm 10p USB (8GB) £3.00
Ruler 30cm 15p Complete Pencil

Case

£2.20
Maths Set £1.60 Planner £2.65
Scientific Calculator £7.00
Protractor 10p
Compass 25p
Rubber 5p
Sharpener 5p
Photo Paper 10p
Glue Stick 60p

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Top 3 Points Scoring Students

 

Friday 28th April 2017


OFFICE NOTICES
Reminder for Year 10 Vaccines
Your child should have received a consent form for the forthcoming vaccines against Diphtheria, Tetanus and Polio and Meningitis ACWY. The vaccines are due to take place on 16th May 2017 for Bury Students and 17th May 2017 for Cambridge students. Please remember to complete the consent form in black ink and return to the school office as soon as possible before the date if you wish your child to be vaccinated.
Students are unable to have the vaccine without a signed consent from parents.

 

Parentpay
Please remind your child that money credited to their Parentpay account for lunch is for their use only and that they should not make purchases for their friends. In addition it is possible to set a spend limit on your child’s account if you would find it helpful in keeping track on their spending. Please contact the school office on the relevant campus should you have any concerns.

Thanking you for your co-operation as always.

Ms D Omard – Administration Manager

Bury and Cambridge Campus

 


CELEBRATING SUCCESS IN THE HUMANITIES FACULTY Business Studies
Year 9 Business

Harris Butt – for working well in Business
Semih Ozkaya – for achieving the highest level in the recent class test
Layla Dilmohamud – for achieving the second highest level in the recent class test
Tyrone – for achieving the third highest level in the recent class test

Year 10 Business
Florent Hyseni – for your outstanding contributions to class discussions
Kai Decker – for always working so hard in Business and working hard at home to maximise your potential

Year 11 Economics
Yumna Ali – for achieving an A* in your unit 12 PPE exam
Yasmin Hirsi – for achieving an A* in your unit 12 PPE exam
Anne Iyamah -for achieving an A* in your unit 11 PPE exam

Year 11 Business
Caitlan Harrington – for achieving the highest score in the class in the unit 3 PPE exam

Year 12 Business
Mehmet Kaynar – for achieving an A grade in your PPE exam
Kevin Caesar – for achieving an A grade in your PPE exam Chima Anya – for achieving an A grade in your PPE exam
Bethlehem Argeaye – for achieving an A grade in your PPE exam
Eros Achilea – for achieving an A grade in your PPE exam

Year 12 Economics
Raiyan Shams – for achieving an A grade in your PPE exam
Nazia Islam – for achieving an A grade in your PPE exam

Geography 

Year 7: Bridgette Bempah – always willing to help the class teacher, very enthusiastic in all lessons and focused on her learning and Olivia Charlton – focusing really well in all lessons and improving her subject knowledge continually.
Year 8: David Hodaj – a pleasure to teach, always enthusiastic about the topic we are studying and always questioning to gain more knowledge and Suleyman Binboga – For exceptional attitude and progress in Geography and Stefania Mircea – Consistent hard work in lessons

 

CELEBRATING SUCCESS IN THE HUMANITIES FACULTY Geography
Year 9: Jannath Ahmed – amazing assessment results so far this year, always working hard and Fidan Mahmudlu – for exceptional progress so far in Year 9.
Year 10: Charlotte Lee – always working hard in lessons and on her homework, very dedicated to her learning.
Year 12: Ralitsa Balkanska – amazing focus and dedication to the subject Geography so far this year. Homework tasks are always completed above expectation.
Year 13: Mohammed Badat – An amazing student who works so hard in all lessons, homework tasks and exams. 100% dedication to the subject Geography at all times.
History
Year 7: Ikraan Nourawale – Ikraan is always enthusiastic, working hard on both her class work and homework. She also works very well in group activities. Rayhana Bint-Mumin – Rayhana has shown excellent knowledge of the topics we have covered this year. Here class work, homework and assessments reflect her hard work and dedication to History.
Year 8: Huseyin Barut – Huseyin is always punctual, hard-working, and produces excellent class work and homework.
Year 9: Haris Butt for his excellent effort and subject knowledge and Ishani Dave – Ishani has shown both enthusiasm and excellent knowledge for the topics covered this year. Her hard work and mature approach to the challenges of the GCSE course are exemplary.
Year 10: Yacob Awatli for always being polite and helpful. Ahmed Osman for getting the highest grade in the class in his Elizabeth assessment. Eba Duka and Kai Decker for consistent good behaviour and for their progress in History. Maryama Ali-Sharif – Maryama has impressed both her History teachers with her hard-work this year and her accurate knowledge. Mohamoud Mohamoud – Mohamoud has shown good organisational skills this year and has a clear understanding of the topics covered over the last year and a half. I would like to praise all members of 10L in the run-up to their exams and the focus they have shown under pressure. Keep up the good work! Saffron Allen-Taylor – Saffron has made fantastic progress this year through her hard-work and dedication to History. Her class work and homework are always produced to a very high standard.

Year 11: Olisa Ofoma, Baran Demirci, Autual Sikdar and Greta Dyglyte for their progress in History. Eridona Kurtaj for excellent effort and generosity in helping others. Caitlin Harrington and Abigail Pinnock for the excellent progress they made between their December PPE. Emin Ardal for getting an A in his Paper 1 (PPE) and consistent hard work and progress in History.

Year 12: Avin Houro, Amy Ring, Sema Tayar and Sami Berisha for their time and effort in supporting the History department.

Year 13: Ben Smith for an excellent piece of coursework.

Well done to all of our students and their teachers, Mr Ali, Miss Cross, Mr Hofmann, Ms Gordon and Mr Martin .

Mrs S O’Neil

Head of Humanities Faculty


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Inter School Table Tennis Tournament



Top 3 Points



Friday 21st April 2017


ECS Students star in Music Video with Ed Sheeran



This Week’s Attendance



Year 11 Turkish Speaking Exams



Top 3 Points & Assemblies


 


Author of the Month


 


Celebrating Success at Edmonton County





Friday 31st March 2017


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Friday 24th March 2017


Year 10 & 11 GCSE Period 6 Timetables


Since the start of this academic year we have been offering selected students the opportunity to attend an extra hour of revision and private study. For selected students this session is compulsory and we encourage all students to go prepared with resources and work to do. In addition to the invitation to students to attend, we have welcomed any other students who would also like to dedicate an hour of their time with the supervision of a teacher who can also provide them with any support.
Below are both timetables and we encourage all Year 11s to attend in the run up to their GCSE exams that start on May 16th, 2017
Year 10s attendance will be monitored and we hope to see you all there.

Thank you.
Ms I Alibhai – Head of Upper Phase

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Celebrating success





Office Notices



Top 3 Points



Provisional End of Year Exams



Friday 17th March 2017


Comic Relief



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Celebrating Success



Period 6 Timetables




Top 3 Points



 Friday 10th March 2017


Expressive Arts – Trip to Madrid, Spain






Ghana Day Celebrations



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Change of Contract Details



Celebrating Success




Top 3 Points



Friday 3rd March 2017


Attendance



A little bit of Maths Everyday


Design Trip



Top 3 Point Scoring Students in each phase


Mr Sabiiti’s Maths Quiz



Exam Notice



Celebrating Success



Champions



Friday 24th February 2017


Top 3 Points


Assembly Rota

ED2 Cultural Celebration





This Week’s Attendance


IAG News


Music Festival 2017


Friday 10th February 2017


This Week’s Attendance



Parent Pay



Celebrating Success at Edmonton County


 


Jack Petchey



Spring Fling Tea Dance


 

Friday 3rd February 2017


This Week’s Attendance


Maths – A Little Every Day


Chinese New Year 2017


Top 3 Point Scoring Students in each phase


Science RAF Visit


 

IMPORTANT EXAMINATIONS INFORMATION

 

Dear Candidates/Parents

 

Attached is the timetable for the Year 11 and Sixth Form Pre-Public Examinations; copies of which will be found in the exams sections on the school website and will also be displayed around school.  Individual Candidate Timetables will be given out in Tutor Time soon.

Students will be attending lessons as normal when not sitting an exam.

 

EXPECTATIONS FOR STUDENTS

  • Make sure you check the seating plans posted in the playground in case there is a change of room for your exam (line up in the playground at least 15 minutes before the start time)
  • Bring all the equipment you will need for the exam [black pens, pencils, ruler, calculator (where allowed), protractor, compasses]
  • Full school uniform needs to be worn (smart business attire for Sixth Formers), with IDs placed on the exam desk
  • Make sure you understand the rules
  • Mobile phones/smart watches, or any other product with potential technological/web enabled sources of information must be switched off and put in bags or handed in to a member of staff in the exam room.  Any student found with such a device on them in an exam room will face disqualification from that exam
  • Any pencil cases taken into the exam room must be see-through
  • Water bottles must have all labels removed

You must not take into the exam room:

  • Notes
  • a calculator case/instruction leaflet

 

If you are absent from school and miss an exam, please see the Lead Invigilator to organise when you can re-sit it.

 

Listen to the invigilators and follow their instructions during the exam.

Good luck with your revision and the exams!

 

Ms G Boniface

Examinations Manager

exams@edmonton.enfield.sh.uk

020 8370 1924

 

EDMONTON COUNTY SCHOOL
PRE-PUBLIC EXAMS 2017

Date Start Time Room Block Component Title Length Candidates
01/03/2017 8:35AM Bury & Cambridge Set 6 Principles of Science 1:00 18
03/03/2017 8:35AM Bury & Cambridge Set 6 Scientific Skills 1:15 23
03/03/2017 11:15AM Bury & Cambridge Selection NFER Tests – English or Maths 1:00 60
06/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13A A Level History Paper 3 2:15 5
06/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13A A Level Physics Paper 1 2:00 7
06/03/2017 8:35AM Bury & Cambridge All GCSE Religion & Life – Unit 1 1:30 249
06/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12A AS French 1:45 3
06/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12A AS Geography 6GEO1 1:45 12
06/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12A AS Physics Paper 1 1:30 24
06/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12A AS Sociology Paper 1 1:30 13
06/03/2017 11:15AM Bury & Cambridge Sets1-5 GCSE Biology B1, B2 1:00 226
06/03/2017 1:00PM Bury B&C A Level Chemistry Paper 1 2:00 15
06/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13C A2 Mathematics in Context Paper 1 1:40 9
06/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13E A Level Sociology Paper 1 2:00 3
06/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11P EL2 Literacy Reading 1:15 1
06/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11P EL3 Literacy Reading 1:15 4
06/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11P FSL1 Literacy Reading 1:15 7
06/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11P GCSE Citizenship Unit 1 1:00 12
06/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11P GCSE French (F) & (H) 0:45 30
06/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11P GCSE History Unit 1 1:45 22
06/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11P GCSE Media 1:45 13
06/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11P GCSE Spanish (F) & (H) 0:45 23
06/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12C AS Government & Politics 6GP01 1:20 4
06/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12C AS Mathematics – Core 1 1:30 59
06/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11S GCSE Citizenship Unit 1 1:00 9
06/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11S GCSE Food Technology 2:00 16
06/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11S GCSE Geography Unit 1 (F) & (H) 1:15 22
06/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11S GCSE History Unit 1 1:45 25
07/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13B&C A Level English Literature Paper 1 3:00 17
07/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13E A2 Geography 6GE03 2:30 5
07/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13E A2 Mathematics – C4 (FM) 1:30 5
07/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 11M GCSE French (F) & (H) 0:45 13
07/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 11M GCSE History Unit 1 1:45 27
07/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 11M GCSE Physical Education 1:30 17
07/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 11M GCSE Product Design 2:00 9
07/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12B AS Business Studies Theme 1 1:30 19
07/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12B AS Psychology Paper 1 1:30 27
07/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 11T GCSE Business Studies Unit 1 0:45 27
07/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 11T GCSE French (F) & (H) 0:45 17
07/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 11T GCSE Physical Education 1:30 15
07/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 11T GCSE Sociology Unit 1 1:30 23
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13C&D A Level Biology Paper 1 2:00 14
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13C A Level Economics Paper 1 2:00 3
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13C A2 Government & Politics 6GP03C 1:30 5
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13D A2 French 2:30 1
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13D A2 Mathematics – D1 1:30 5
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13D A2 Turkish 0:00 10
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L EL2 Literacy Writing 1:15 1
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L EL3 Literacy Writing 1:15 4
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L FSL1 Literacy Writing 1:15 7
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L GCSE Business Studies Unit 1 0:45 23
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L GCSE Economics Unit 11 1:15 23
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L GCSE Music 1:53 8
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L GCSE Sociology Unit 1 1:30 13
07/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12D AS History Paper 1. 1:30 12
07/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12D BTEC Health & Social Care L3 1:30 15
07/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12D BTEC IT 1:00 15
07/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11Q GCSE French (F) & (H) 0:45 18
07/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11Q GCSE History Unit 1 1:45 22
07/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11Q GCSE Media 1:45 20
07/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11Q GCSE Product Design 2:00 11
07/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11Q GCSE Turkish Writing 1:00 17
08/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13B&C A Level Chemistry Paper 2 2:00 15
08/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13E A Level Sociology Paper 2 2:00 3
08/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13C A2 Mathematics in Context Paper 2 1:40 9
08/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 11N GCSE Geography Unit 1 (F) & (H) 1:15 32
08/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 11N GCSE History Unit 1 1:45 26
08/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12C AS Government & Politics 6GP02. 1:20 4
08/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12C AS Mathematics – Core 2 1:30 45
08/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 11R AS Mathematics – Core 2 (FM) 1:30 13
08/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12C L3 Mathematical Studies paper 1 1:30 25
08/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 11R GCSE Economics Unit 11 1:15 14
08/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 11R GCSE French (F) & (H) 0:45 23
08/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 11R GCSE Geography Unit 1 (F) & (H) 1:15 12
08/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13A&D A Level Psychology Paper 1 2:00 18
08/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13E A2 Mathematics – Core 3 1:30 14
08/03/2017 1:00PM Bury & Cambridge All GCSE English Language Paper 1 1:45 249
08/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12E AS Economics Theme 1 1:30 15
08/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12E AS Mathematics M1 (FM) 1:30 12
08/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12E AS Turkish 2:30 13
09/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13C&D A Level Biology Paper 2 2:00 11
09/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13C A Level Economics Paper 2 2:00 3
09/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13C A2 Government & Politics 6GP04C. 1:30 5
09/03/2017 8:35AM Bury & Cambridge All GCSE Maths Paper 1 (F) 1:30 131
09/03/2017 8:35AM Bury & Cambridge All GCSE Maths Paper 1 (H) 1:30 118
09/03/2017 11:15AM Bury & Cambridge Sets1-5 GCSE Chemistry C2 1:00 226
09/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13A A Level History Paper 2 1:30 5
09/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13A A Level Physics Paper 2 2:00 7
09/03/2017 1:00PM Bury & Cambridge All GCSE English Language Paper 2 1:45 249
09/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12A AS Sociology Paper 2. 1:30 13
10/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13A&D A Level Psychology Paper 2 2:00 18
10/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13E A2 Mathematics – Core 4 1:30 11
10/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13E A2 Mathematics – M2 1:30 5
10/03/2017 8:35AM Bury & Cambridge Sets1-5 GCSE Physics P2 1:00 226
10/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12E AS Economics Theme 2 1:30 15
10/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12E AS Mathematics S1 (FM) 1:30 10
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L EL2 Literacy Writing 1:15 1
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L EL3 Literacy Writing 1:15 4
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L FSL1 Literacy Writing 1:15 7
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L GCSE Business Studies Unit 1 0:45 23
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L GCSE Economics Unit 11 1:15 23
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L GCSE Music 1:53 8
07/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L GCSE Sociology Unit 1 1:30 13
07/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12D AS History Paper 1. 1:30 12
07/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12D BTEC Health & Social Care L3 1:30 15
07/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12D BTEC IT 1:00 15
07/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11Q GCSE French (F) & (H) 0:45 18
07/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11Q GCSE History Unit 1 1:45 22
07/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11Q GCSE Media 1:45 20
07/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11Q GCSE Product Design 2:00 11
07/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11Q GCSE Turkish Writing 1:00 17
08/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13B&C A Level Chemistry Paper 2 2:00 15
08/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13E A Level Sociology Paper 2 2:00 3
08/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13C A2 Mathematics in Context Paper 2 1:40 9
08/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 11N GCSE Geography Unit 1 (F) & (H) 1:15 32
08/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 11N GCSE History Unit 1 1:45 26
08/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12C AS Government & Politics 6GP02. 1:20 4
08/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12C AS Mathematics – Core 2 1:30 45
08/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 11R AS Mathematics – Core 2 (FM) 1:30 13
08/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12C L3 Mathematical Studies paper 1 1:30 25
08/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 11R GCSE Economics Unit 11 1:15 14
08/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 11R GCSE French (F) & (H) 0:45 23
08/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 11R GCSE Geography Unit 1 (F) & (H) 1:15 12
08/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13A&D A Level Psychology Paper 1 2:00 18
08/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13E A2 Mathematics – Core 3 1:30 14
08/03/2017 1:00PM Bury & Cambridge All GCSE English Language Paper 1 1:45 249
08/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12E AS Economics Theme 1 1:30 15
08/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12E AS Mathematics M1 (FM) 1:30 12
08/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12E AS Turkish 2:30 13
09/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13C&D A Level Biology Paper 2 2:00 11
09/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13C A Level Economics Paper 2 2:00 3
09/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13C A2 Government & Politics 6GP04C. 1:30 5
09/03/2017 8:35AM Bury & Cambridge All GCSE Maths Paper 1 (F) 1:30 131
09/03/2017 8:35AM Bury & Cambridge All GCSE Maths Paper 1 (H) 1:30 118
09/03/2017 11:15AM Bury & Cambridge Sets1-5 GCSE Chemistry C2 1:00 226
09/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13A A Level History Paper 2 1:30 5
09/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13A A Level Physics Paper 2 2:00 7
09/03/2017 1:00PM Bury & Cambridge All GCSE English Language Paper 2 1:45 249
09/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12A AS Sociology Paper 2. 1:30 13
10/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13A&D A Level Psychology Paper 2 2:00 18
10/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13E A2 Mathematics – Core 4 1:30 11
10/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13E A2 Mathematics – M2 1:30 5
10/03/2017 8:35AM Bury & Cambridge Sets1-5 GCSE Physics P2 1:00 226
10/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12E AS Economics Theme 2 1:30 15
10/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12E AS Mathematics S1 (FM) 1:30 10
10/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13B&C A Level English Literature Paper 2 2:30 17
10/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13E A2 Geography 6GE04 1:30 5
10/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13B A2 Mathematics – S2 1:30 5
10/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11N GCSE Food Technology 2:00 8
10/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11N GCSE Geography Unit 2 (F) & (H) 1:15 32
10/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11N GCSE History Unit 2 2:12 27
10/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12B AS Business Studies Unit 2 1:30 19
10/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12B AS Psychology Paper 2 1:30 27
10/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11T GCSE Business Studies Unit 3. 1:30 27
10/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11T GCSE Sociology Unit 2. 1:30 23
10/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge iGCSE English Reading Passages Core 1:45 38
13/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13A A Level History Paper 1 2:15 5
13/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13A A Level Physics Paper 3 2:00 7
13/03/2017 8:35AM Bury & Cambridge All GCSE Maths Paper 2 (F) 1:30 131
13/03/2017 8:35AM Bury & Cambridge All GCSE Maths Paper 2 (H) 1:30 118
13/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12A&B AS Biology Paper 1 1:30 37
13/03/2017 11:15AM Bury & Cambridge Sets1-2 GCSE Biology B3 1:00 95
13/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13B&C A Level Chemistry Paper 3 2:00 15
13/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13E A Level Sociology Paper 3 2:00 3
13/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11M GCSE History Unit 2 1:45 27
13/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12C AS Mathematics – FP1 1:30 9
13/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12C AS Mathematics – M1 1:30 21
13/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12C AS Mathematics – S1 1:30 24
13/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12C L3 Mathematical Studies Paper 2 1:30 6
13/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11R GCSE Economics Unit 12. 1:15 14
13/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11R GCSE Geography Unit 2 (F) & (H) 1:15 12
14/03/2017 8:35AM Bury 13B A2 Mathematics – FP2 1:30 5
14/03/2017 8:35AM Bury & Cambridge Sets1-5 GCSE English Literature Paper 1 0:55 226
14/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12B&C AS English Literature Unit 1 1:30 43
14/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13C&D A Level Biology Paper 3 2:00 14
14/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13D A2 Mathematics – M3 1:30 5
14/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L Entry Level 2 Maths 1:00 1
14/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L Entry Level 3 Maths 1:00 1
14/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L Functional Skills Level 1 Maths 1:00 10
14/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L GCSE Business Studies Unit 3. 1:30 23
14/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L GCSE Economics Unit 12. 1:15 23
14/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11L GCSE Sociology Unit 2. 1:30 13
14/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12A&B AS Biology Paper 2 1:30 37
14/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11S GCSE Citizenship Unit 3. 1:15 9
14/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11S GCSE Geography Unit 2 (F) & (H) 1:15 22
14/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11S GCSE History Unit 2 1:45 25
14/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge GCSE Maths Legacy 1H 1:45 56
15/03/2017 8:35AM Bury & Cambridge All GCSE Maths Paper 3 (F) 1:30 131
15/03/2017 8:35AM Bury & Cambridge All GCSE Maths Paper 3 (H) 1:30 118
15/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12B&D AS Chemistry Paper 1 1:30 29
15/03/2017 11:15AM Bury & Cambridge Sets 1-2 GCSE Chemistry C3 1:00 95
15/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13A&D A Level Psychology Paper 3 2:00 18
15/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13E A2 Mathematics – M1. 1:30 5
15/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 13E A2 Mathematics – S1. 1:30 6
15/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11P GCSE Citizenship Unit 3. 1:15 12
15/03/2017 1:00PM Bury 11P GCSE History Unit 2 1:45 22
15/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11Q GCSE History Unit 2 1:45 22
15/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge GCSE Maths Legacy 2H 1:45 56
15/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11Q GCSE Turkish Reading 1:00 19
15/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12D AS History Paper 2. 1:30 12
16/03/2017 8:35AM Bury & Cambridge All GCSE Religion & Life – Unit 3 1:30 249
16/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge 12B&D AS Chemistry Paper 2 1:30 29
16/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12C&D AS English Literature Unit 2. 1:30 43
16/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 11R&S GCSE Geography Unit 3 (F) & (H) 1:30 73
17/03/2017 8:35AM Bury & Cambridge Sets1-5 GCSE English Literature Paper 2 0:45 226
17/03/2017 8:35AM Cambridge iGCSE English Directed Writing & Composition 2:00 38
17/03/2017 11:15AM Bury & Cambridge Sets 1-2 GCSE Physics P3 1:00 95
17/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge 12A AS Geography 6GE02 1:45 12
17/03/2017 1:00PM Bury & Cambridge 11T/Q/N GCSE Computer Science 1:30 41
17/03/2017 1:00PM Bury & Cambridge Year 10 BTEC Health & Social Care 1:00 35
17/03/2017 1:00PM Cambridge AS Physics Paper 2 1:30 25

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