Within the month of October our students took part in the following activities: All of Year 11 attended the Careers event ‘Moving On’ at Harrow Lodge Sports Centre Mr Lucas and Mr Knight supported James Oglethorpe Primary school with a mad scientist workshop Gaynes hosted Year 6 parent tours Year 11 pupils attended an M…

Within the month of September our students took part in the following activities: Elysha Smith in Year 11 came 2nd in the Havering Young Artist competition 2019 McDermott taught art lessons at James Oglethorpe as part of our Primary links programme; Ms Caers also taught history at James Oglethorpe Gaynes held a Year 6 open…

All of Year 11 attended the ‘Moving On’ event organised by Prospects. There were numerous colleges, universities and employers available to talk and offer guidance to our students, who all left with a much clearer idea of their post-16 options.

45 Year 8 and 9 students braved the wind and rain for an excellent weekend of body boarding, abseiling and team-work activities on the Isle of Wight. The pupils really raised to the challenges set and developed key skills whilst doing so. Well done to all pupils.

Students attended a conference to view opportunities for ‘Women in Technology’, hosted by the London Borough of Havering at CEME on 24th September.  Girls taking Triple Science and DT attended from Year 10 and Year 11. During the day we listened to several inspiring speakers that included Gen Ashley, Director for Women That Code, Amelia…

Gaynes School welcomed Sanders for our first Y9 game of the season. Following their great year last year the team started exactly where they left off with a crunching 7-2 win. With a number of Y8 students playing up a year and our main striker out it was a fantastic all-round performance and a great…

Gaynes School Y10 and Y11 netball teams enjoyed a visit from Emerson Park. The games started promptly with some brilliant netball demonstrated by both teams. With our first home netball game of the year, both teams gave it their all. Unfortunately, both games ended in a loss but there was great character shown and promising…

Gaynes’ Anti-Bullying Ambassadors completed the first of five steps towards their Community Badge by assisting at Romford food bank on Friday 20th September. The group were highly commended by all the volunteers. Another group of year 10 pupils will return in October to continue the school’s work with the charity Shelter. The group are available every lunchtime supporting…