Many thanks to our Global Partner School in Kathmandu, Nepal "Creative Academy" who went to a lot of trouble to put this together especially for us.
Specialist Leader in Education PSHEE | Parent Forum Leader
Last night the Interact Club members gave their time and Christmas spirit to collect spare change for the Christmas float organised by the Bexley Rotary Club.
The collectors managed to raise a whopping £934 in 2 hours (a record for this route.) The students were: -
Well done everybody !
Head of Subject- Business & Enterprise
Our Spring Term begins for all students at 8:30 am on Tuesday 3rd January 2017.
We return to a Week B timetable.
I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a safe and happy festive break.
Mr K J Burkett
Assistant Vice Principal, Community and Ethos
Let us help you de-stress - by having a night of celebration, song and entertainment with some Christmas cheer and a reminder of what Christmas is really about by welcoming you to the Annual Carol Service at Christ Church on the Broadway on Monday 12th December 2016, starting at 18:30.
It is that time of year again where our Parent Forum host our festive Christmas Market at the Academy (Flyer attached)
One of the many stalls we will have is our ever-popular chocolate tombola. We are seeking your support in terms of chocolate! If you could please send in some chocolate bars, fun-size packs, any chocolate goods that we could use for our Chocolate Tombola, we'd be most grateful. Please send your chocolate donations to your child's tutor before Friday the 18th November. Of course this will only work if students do not eat the chocolate before they hand it in! haha
Thanks in advance for your support. Of course, we'd love to see you all at our event on the 19th November - 10am - 2pm. Enter via Woolwich Road. With 30 stalls of quality retailers, we anticipate this to be a great market to kick start your Christmas shopping.
Andrew and Remi have launched and are running the Cambodian Café in the sixth form centre. They have raised £100 towards the cause so far.
Trudie and Laura have been hard organising the Year 7 Christmas Disco on 25th November 2016.
Poppy and Holly have started the teachers bonus ball competition which will be fortnightly and have a prize fund of £30.
On 26th September at the House of Lords a group of the most forward-thinking teachers from across in the UK were presented with special awards by Founders4Schools and Lord Holmes of Richmond to recognise the work they were doing to inspire young people about the jobs of tomorrow.
This Award recognised enterprising work in arranging Careers Fairs featuring start up and scale up businesses.
Beckie Knight-Croft from Bexleyheath Academy in London was presented the award by Guy Rigby, from Smith & Williamson and Beckie was congratulated by Lord Holmes of Richmond.
Half-way through last year, in response to demand from schools already using our ‘role model’ supply service, F4S introduced a new service type which made it easier for schools to get fast-growing small companies into their careers fairs rather than just their classrooms.
Beckie Knight-Croft introduced us to how they do it in Bexleyheath, which we think is a particularly high impact formula we’d like to encourage schools from across the country to take up.
Bexleyheath ran a Careers Networking Event for 300 year 8 and year 10 students using the format of ‘speed networking’ where in small groups of students rotate to speak to 10 employers within the hour who answer student’s questions about careers.
Emily was selected for the Fashion Futures Final, after undertaking ten weeks of practical workshops with FAD before presenting her finished toiles and portfolios to a panel of industry experts. Emily and the selected finalists, chosen from over 100 entrants, then spent five days with FAD mentors at The University of East London creating their garments for the London catwalk.
This is Emily with her creation at the Fashion Awareness Direct Fashion Futures final in central London as part of London Fashion Week.
Read more about Emily's success by clicking on this link: -
Employees from Kent-based ADM (UK) Ltd,
one of the world’s largest world’s largest agricultural processors and food
ingredient providers, volunteered at our Academy on 12th July to deliver
Getting Ahead, a unique employability skills programme for 14 and 15 year old
Developed and facilitated by Tower Hamlets Education Business Partnership (THEBP), Getting Ahead is a conference-style one-day event that helps to prepare students for the world of work.
Commenting on the experience, Year 10 student, Ruby said: “The event was beneficial as it gave me an insight into what employers will expect. It prepared me to work in a team and think about the skills and qualities I have already and those I need for the future. I really enjoyed it!”