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GAYNES IN THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY……. Within the month of February our students took part in the following activities: Year 10 & 11 Students attended “Futures Evening” where 12 external providers ran careers workshops Year 9 Curriculum evening – department displays of their GCSE course content for option choices Year 11 Half term revision centre…

Gaynes anti bullying ambassadors have been awarded the community badge for their work with and for the local community. This has included packing at Romford foodbank, hosting retirement homes at Gaynes as part of a Christmas event and holding assemblies at James Oglethorpe and Branfil Primary school as part of anti bullying week. Gaynes has…

Coronavirus_advice_for_education_settings_poster   Dear Parents/Carers We are continuing to keep you updated on the Government’s response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Public Health England advises that the risk to individuals in the UK remains low. Where to find the latest information: Public Health England blog: Coronavirus – what you need to know   Official guidance says to take…

New partnership on the rise as Havering CAMHS & Adult learning are working together! All courses are free! Supporting families to support their children with their wellbeing, language, communication and safety. Please see attached courses and a full list of upcoming course times below. Understanding Challenging Behaviour Adult Learning College Upcoming Courses Raising Confident Children Supporting…

Within the month of January our students took part in the following activities: Pupils from Year 7,8,9 were trained how to be ‘street doctors’ in event of knife crime Year 9 and 11 had their parents evenings which were very well attended Mr Amin supported James Oglethorpe Year 5 G and T maths groups as…

A ‘street doctors’ workshop visited Gaynes to instruct pupils on how to save life in dangerous situations. The deliverers were medical students from St Bartholomew’s Hospital. It was a very thought provoking session which demonstrated very practical side for all pupils who attended.