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Jun 25 all-day
Staff training day.
School closed to students.
Students return to school on 26th June 2018 8.50am
Jun 29 all-day
With only two weeks to go to our Awesome Activity Day we have noticed that there are still a few students who have not signed up for an activity. We would like to remind all that this is still a normal school day and all students are expected to attend.
We would like to draw particular attention to the places left on the Ahoy Centre Rowing Day. This should be a particularly good day out which would normally cost £25 but is being offered free of charge as our partner, Legal & General, are picking up the cost of the day.
We also have spaces left out on the day at Kenwood House in Hampstead Heath for any Art lovers and there are other activities.
So please don’t delay in getting booked as soon as possible!
After the success previous years’ Activity Day, we will be giving our students from years 7-10 another opportunity to get out of the classroom and explore the fun activities that this wonderful city has to offer on 29th June. Students can choose from any of the exciting events on a first come / first served basis.
Jul 3 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Reimagining, reinventing and transforming the Museum of London
A presentation and conversation with Sharon Ament, Director of the Museum of London.
When starting at the Museum, Sharon committed to engaging every London school child in the Museum’s work. She believes the story the Museum tells is one of place and people, evolving through interaction and exchange which captures the capital’s complexity and contrasts through the London Collection.
Since joining the Museum in 2012, Sharon has been steering the next phase of the organisation’s development to more fulsomely reflect the energy and dynamism of London itself. In recent years, the Museum of London has achieved a record 1 million+ visitors, helped along by extremely successful exhibitions including Fire! Fire!, The Cheapside Hoard and The Crime Museum Uncovered, engaged more school children than ever and acquired its largest object, the Heatherwick Olympic Cauldron from the 2012 Games.
Sharon is a member of the Mayor’s Cultural Leadership Board; the London Area Council of Arts Council England and Chair of London’s Screen Archives. She teaches, advises and presents internationally and together with the Barbican Centre and City of London Corporation is helping to nurture the development of the Culture Mile in the City.
Guests are invited to join Trustees at 5.30pm for Prosecco & Strawberries in the Courtyard Garden, to celebrate the school’s commitment to creative learning and thank our Creative Partners for their support.
Jul 10 all-day
All year 7-10 students to meet at in full PE kit at 8:50am.
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