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Congratulations to all our students for fantastic IGCSE results this year. They have done themselves and elc proud!
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This forthcoming education fair may be of interest to our students considering their options for further education.
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This week our Parent’s Association (PA) presented the prize to the winner of the yearbook cover design competition. Congratulations, to Kaushal Agarwal from Year 11 for designing a fantastic eye catching cover for our yearbook!
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We are delighted to announce that our latest edition of our annual alumni magazine, Present Perfect, has now been released; click here to read it. Packed full of stories and memories from fellow elc alumni, Present Perfect, is a great way to reminisce about past times in school. It also is a lovely insight into...
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Prefects are an important part of our elc community. Students who become Prefects do this voluntarily. They willingly give up their time during breaks and at other opportunities to support their fellow students and the school. They often exhibit many of the values that elc is keen to encourage across our community. Therefore, we are...
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For students interested in studying abroad in the future Info Edu offer free consultations and a variety of useful advice on how to take the next step. For more details check out their site here
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While school has been quiet recently, we have managed to make the most of this time. We are delighted to announce that the newly revamped and refurbished Milne Hall and Secondary classrooms are now finished. Milne Hall has been upgraded to a fantastic purpose built lecture theatre. This will be valuable space for all of...
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Our Year 11 students recently held their Virtual Graduation. Some of these students have been with us at elc for 12 years. We hope they have enjoyed their time at elc and wish them best of luck for the future. Here are memories from their journey at elc.
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Year 3 students have been learning about Looking After Plants, Dhiya Venkatesh must be commended for taking her learning to another level when she created this extension task presentation. Dhiya crafted a number of acrostic poems for the vocabulary words used to describe the parts of a plant. She even introduced some extra terms that...
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After identifying 2-D shapes on the surface of 3-D shapes in online lessons, our Year 2 students made their own 3-D shapes with toothpicks, blu tack and recyclables found at home. Well done to our students for making some brilliant 3-D creations.
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