Business Links provide great opportunities
As part of our Futures Curriculum we have been fortunate enough to get some great links with The FCA. The FCA is the UK financial regulator, their job is to protect consumers and ensure the financial markets work fairly. As part of their work in the Newham community they want to help young people find pathways into work, higher education and self-employment and have teamed up with Sarah Bonnell and Rokeby to deliver a programme called Inspiring Futures. Their aim is to get young people thinking about their future and reaching their potential. At the end of the programme our students and their parents/carers will be invited to celebrate their achievements at a graduation event held at the head office. The programme kicked off with a fantastic launch event at the newly built offices in the Stratford Olympic Park on Tuesday 25th September. Two students from Sarah Bonnell and Rokeby School unveiled the plaque with Andrew Bailey, CFO of the FCA. Staff from the FCA said ‘ Our last building was opened by the Queen, we thought it would be nice to invite some other VIPs to open our new building in the Stratford Olympic Park’ . Be Proud
Headgirl – Aliyah Irabor-York abseils the Orbit
On Friday 28th September Aliyah Irabor-York took part in a fundraising event for the charity TeachFirst. Aliyah completed an 80m abseil down the Orbit in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Aliyah did a fantastic job and was praised by everyone who attended the event. Aim High
Jack Petchey Award Winners 2018
On Monday 24th September the following students attended the Newham Jack Petchey Awards Ceremony. Students had received their awards during 2017-2019 for making a difference to their school and their community. Some students had helped out during the winter months at the Salvation Army shelter, while others lead and delivered social media training for students. Well done to Diana Hysenaj, Faythe Desousa, Elisabeth woods, Munibah Kousar, Niamh Raggett, Nusrat Rashid, Hizela Trindade de Lucas, Shukri Yusuf and Mathumithaa Yoganathan. Be Nice. Aim High.
Extended Learning Day
Students were involved in a wide range of different activities on the first Extended Learning Day of the school year. Mr Archer, Assistant Headteacher put together a brilliant programme with the help and support of our talented Sarah Bonnell staff. Trips, activities and guest speakers inspired girls in different year groups to get thinking about health, wellbeing and diversity. Thank you to all staff who planned and delivered special events for the girls including a very successful trip to France, an inspiring talk from Olympic athlete and 100m hurdler and great Sports Competition for Year 11 . Aim High. Work Hard
Open Evening 2018
Next Wednesday is Open Evening for entry in September 2019. This will be a great opportunity for families with a child in Year 6 to visit the school and find out what makes our school such a great place to learn and develop. Headteacher and Headgirl talks will be at 5.15pm and 6.00pm. See you then !