Student are set to go out on their work experience programme next week (12 November 2018).
On Wednesday 31 October, Erkenwald campus held its annual careers fair for students.
Every six weeks students from the Seabrook campus take part in a ‘Race Around London’, where students split into teams and spend the day in the City of London, exploring different locations and taking part in challenges.
As part of World Mental Health day two pupils from Erkenwald Campus attended the Well-Being Summit at Joe Richardson School.
On Monday 15th October, the Mayesbrook Park campus basketball team will have their first away match of the season against Barking Abbey.
Mayesbrook Park campus students Dean and Daniel were lucky enough to go and see an exclusive behind closed doors match at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre.
School children from a number of local primary schools were helped out by Mayesbrook Park campus students recently at the annual primary cross country championships event.
Life Creation, an organisation based in Barking has been helping students at Mayesbrook Park campus to build confidence via workshops and mentoring
In glorious summer sunshine Erkenwald students took part in grass sledging, archery and 4 x 4 vehicle races.
We are delighted to announce that we have achieved the School Games Gold Mark Award for the 2017/18 academic year.
We’re really excited to have educational drama group Diverse Voices working with students at Erkenwald campus this term.
As part of the afternoon curriculum and in a race against the clock, students at Seabrook campus worked as a team to build the highest tower possible out of dried spaghetti and marshmallows.
The Mayesbrook Park campus team have been working in partnership with Spark 2 Life.
It was a great day out on when boys from the table tennis team at Mayesbrook Park campus competed in the East London Schools championships held at the Copperbox Arena.
On a recent trip to Stubbers adventure centre in Upminster, students that joined Seabrook in May
Annie Blackmore, Executive Head of Mayesbrook Park School was a guest speaker at the recent annual evening reception at the City Centre in the City of London.
On the 26th April 2018 six of Erkenwald Campus students attended the Jack Petchey award ceremony at the Barking Theatre.
Erkenwald Campus students attended a WE day event at the SSE Arena, on 7th March.
On Friday 19th January 2018 students from Seabrook Campus visited Tate Modern with Paul Adams, Subject Leader for Art.
The skills developed when visiting Stubbers Outdoor Activity Centre are in line with the skills we are focusing on at Seabrook Campus - confidence, cooperation, control, communication, creative thinking & critical thinking.
Mayesbrook Park Campus students went on a trip recently to the Barking and Dagenham Town Hall and met Council Leader Darren Rodwell.
Erkenwald’s Family Support Worker Tracy Evans was named Practitioner of the Year at the School-Home Support Staff Awards in July for her work at the campus.