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  • Muslim Youth Festival

    Muslim Youth Festival
    13th April 2015

    On Saturday 29th March 2015, six Urswick students attended the Muslim Youth Festival organised by the London Metropolitan Police. The students were escorted by Assistant Headteacher, Dele Rotimi, and Safer for Schools police officer, Hakim Sadouk. Read More

  • The Urswick School is 495 years old!

    The Urswick School is 495 years old!
    24th March 2015

    On 19th March, students from Years 9, 10 and 12 joined together at St John-at-Hackney Church to celebrate the 495th birthday of The Urswick School. Read More

  • The Urswick School: Outstanding

    The Urswick School: Outstanding
    12th March 2015

    Approximately every five years Church of England schools are subject to a statutory inspection organised by the National Society. An inspector spent two days during February 2015 observing lessons, assemblies and every other aspect of school life, talking with students, parents and governors, and, interviewing senior leaders. Read More

  • London Met Police Muslim Youth Focus Group

    London Met Police Muslim Youth Focus Group
    5th March 2015

    On Wednesday 4th March, seven of our Muslim students attended a focus group session run by the London Metropolitan Police. The forum is part of an initiative to work with young Muslims, engaging with them, and giving them a platform to discuss community and global issues. Read More

  • GCSE Music African drumming workshop

    GCSE Music African drumming workshop
    23rd February 2015

    As part of our GCSE Music course, students learn about world music. To enhance their learning, professional African drummer Mamadou Sarr visited the to school and lead a spectacular workshop with all of our Year 10 and 11 GCSE music students. Read More