GAYNES IN THE MONTH OF MAY……. Within the month of May our students took part in the following activities: The new Year 10 senior prefects spent a day at Stubbers Outdoor Education Centre bonding and developing as a team Year 9 welcomed charity representatives from Hope for Havering, Women’s Aid and Homestart to assist them…

Gaynes are holding a First Give presentation evening on Wednesday 19th June at 5.45pm. Pupils will present to the judges, who include the Mayor of Havering, in order for their chosen, local charity to be given £1000. We are hoping parents can join us and support the presentations. Mr Griffen

On Thursday 16th May, Gaynes School took part in the Regional Final of the Jack Petchey Speak Out! Challenge. Year 10 student Kikiope Kristilolu gave a passionate performance of her speech entitled ‘Humans’. Kiki held the audience throughout her speech and stood out, despite stiff competition from other schools in the borough. The English Department are incredibly…

On Friday 24th May, the students of Gaynes School took part in a paper ballot to elect their Head Girl and Head Boy.  To be eligible to stand for election, students had to have been chosen as a Senior Prefect.  To get this far, students had already submitted a written application and participated in a…

On 17th May 2019 Mrs McDermott and Mr Amin accompanied 19 Year 10 GCSE Art & Design students to the Tate Modern, London. The students were exceptionally well behaved and were an absolute credit to the school. They thoroughly immersed themselves into the gallery experience, covering all of the exhibitions and gallery spaces and even…

Athletics Well done to our students who made the Havering schools team. We had a number of successful students who will now compete against other schools in Essex at Chelmsford Stadium. A special mention to Aaliyah, Daragh and Malcolm. Rowing Gaynes School took a number of pupils to Hornchurch Sports Centre for the Havering rowing competition. All students behaved perfectly and…

On Monday 13 May, our team of newly selected senior prefects attended a leadership training day at Stubbers Adventure Centre. The day began with individual character building activities such as high-wire walking, where students navigated a range of balancing challenges high in the air.  Some had to overcome their fear of heights.  This was followed…