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11/12/18

Very proud of our students receiving these today! https://t.co/DOTm8tlYeq

01/12/18

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Miss Trainor 🌍

Amazing students always going over and beyond https://t.co/briaRrOI47

01/12/18

Very proud of our exceptional students who are giving up their Saturday morning to help in the community! They truly are exceptional! https://t.co/CbLj8BuAZT

01/12/18

I hope everyone is taking the time to complete the first task on our FHS advent calendar of kindness today! https://t.co/M73ooF8v0h

30/11/18

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WastepackGroup

Exciting projects coming up with 👏🏼 This week we completed a waste audit with their to see how well the students are using their bins and where improvements can be made https://t.co/UC3xQgovWG

28/11/18

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Miss Trainor 🌍

Exciting day at looking forward to getting back to to try out some new strategies https://t.co/3qKBTrD67h

27/11/18

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Dawn Clark

Received this yesterday very proud of my baby!! https://t.co/4IPQqc7vLX

27/11/18

A reminder that we finish at 12pm on Monday 3rd December for staff training. Buses and taxis have been notified.

20/11/18

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Teaching School

Thinking about trying ? ‘A Taste of Teaching’ is a series of open school events to inform and advise potential trainees https://t.co/gD8jLnlZSR

16/11/18

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Magna Carta Primary Academy

Susan Barker Essex County Council: Save Stansted Library! - Sign the Petition! https://t.co/q89buqdRK8 via We have signed this petition because libraries are the life blood of a community- or at least they should be.

13/11/18

A reminder there is a cake sale tomorrow as part of our anti-bullying activities. Students will need cash as we are raising money for anti-bullying charities. https://t.co/tqh6OhEK3z

13/11/18

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Emma Somerville Simply Signed BSL

Loved teaching to kids! They learnt so quick! https://t.co/XTZ3AOWQhL

13/11/18

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Herts & Essex School

Extra Sixth Form Open Evening from 4.30-6.00pm tonight. To attend please email staffjbr.herts.sch.uk. More info see https://t.co/LcYtF03CK6 https://t.co/LIqZKVdYR9

12/11/18

Odd sock day for anti-bullying week. Don’t be a bully - its not cool! Choose friendship and not hate! https://t.co/XGdJsQxqnB

12/11/18

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Miss Trainor 🌍

When year 11 have been working so hard they deserve rewards https://t.co/F01QJqiu8p

11/11/18

It was a honour to lay a wreath on behalf of the FHS school community today. https://t.co/AJPb3KDEc5

10/11/18

If you are interested in a career in teaching we have an information morning on 11th December 9.30am - 11.30am https://t.co/W7PCaXADVI

09/11/18

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This is the amazing charity we are proud to support. https://t.co/4QT8EZpSsk

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Mersea trip boosts students' confidence

Mersea trip boosts students' confidence

Posted: 20th July 2018

Children had the adventure of a lifetime with an activity trip away from home.

Year 7 and 8 students from Forest Hall School took part in seven outdoor adventure activities during a trip to Essex Outdoors, in Mersea.

The 79 students rose to the challenge of each activity, including caving, team swing, climbing and zipwire.

Ruby McSweeney, Year 7, said: “The team swing was my favourite part. You had to rely on your team as they had to pull a rope to get you up high and then you and your partner had to pull another rope to release the swing.

“I was really scared to start with, but everyone was cheering us on. I got over my fear of heights as I got so much encouragement to do it.

“The caving was scary, too, as it was pitch black down there. But, it all taught me that I can do these things.”

The three-day trip saw students sleep in tents, many away from home for the first time.

Executive head Stephen Hehir said: “The annual Mersea trip is a key part of developing students’ teamwork skills and confidence by taking part in fun outdoor learning activities.”

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