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This morning at Upper Primary assembly our Primary ECO Club students along with Ms Fiona put on a brilliant presentation. It was wonderful visual reminder of how we should be recycling in school. We look forward to how our students get on in the proposed competition.
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It is always pleasing to see when our students volunteer to take on extra responsibilities and roles at elc. This large group of Secondary students have taken on the role of monitors for the Fine Arts department. They will be assisting mainly in our Art & Music sections to manage resources and lend a hand...
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Last weekend our Parent’s Association(PA) held their Family Fun Day. It was a great opportunity for elc parents & students to socialise and enjoy themselves with activities like ten pin bowling. Keep your eye’s peeled for more forthcoming PA events this academic year.
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This morning we held our latest Upper Primary assembly. We awarded our star of the week certificates to students who have been working hard recently in school. Well done everyone keep up the good work.
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Prefects are an important part of our school community. They can serve as role models for their fellow students leading by example. After an extensive interview process we are pleased to confirm our Secondary Prefectorial board for 2019-20. We wish them the best of luck for this academic year.
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After many Monday holidays we finally held a Lower Primary Assembly today. We awarded stars of the week certificates to students who have been working hard in school. Well done to all our students who received awards.
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If you would like to register for this event click here: http://bit.do/europeandayoflanguages
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Our ECO club students are continuing their drive for sustainability in school this year. Therefore, if anyone has any old batteries or light bulbs, please carefully place them in the recycling box on our canteen stage. Light Bulbs do not need to be functioning, but the glass must not be broken.
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Today we were delighted to welcome former student, Nyoomi Kamani, back to school for a talk to our Year 10 & 11 students on the Chevening scholarship. Nyoomi is one of a handful of successful applicants for this year’s prestigious Chevening Scholarship. She will be undertaking a masters in public policy at University of Bristol in...
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Welcome back to the new Academic Year. To enrich our students’ life skills development, we are back with more life skill workshops. The rate of change in the world is phenomenal. Students are going to grow up to take on new and challenging careers in addition to current occupations. Some of these jobs have not...
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