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    18th August 2017

    . The school community was in buoyant mood as students and staff celebrated record breaking A Level results: with a 100% pass rate, and A* to B at 43%. All students have been offered a place at university, for subjects ranging from law and business to psychology, fine art and English. Read More

  • The Geography Department lands in Iceland!

    The Geography Department lands in Iceland!
    27th July 2017

    On Thursday 6th July, 23 GCSE geography students departed London Heathrow airport to spend a long weekend at the edge of the famous Artic Circle and in one of the most active volcanic spots in the world – Iceland. Students began their trip with a walking tour around Reykjavik and got to spend time in Hallgrímskirkja church before settling into their first night’s stay. Read More

  • Sports Day 2017

    Sports Day 2017
    21st July 2017

    On Friday 13th July, Years 8, 9 and 12, took part in the annual Urswick School sports day at the lea valley athletics centre. Read More

  • Personal statement convention

    Personal statement convention
    21st July 2017

    Year 12 have spent much of June and early July investigating potential universities and courses, having attended various university summer schools and Open Days. Read More

  • Tea with the Headteacher

    Tea with the Headteacher
    21st July 2017

    The most prestigious event of the school calendar took place in the summer term. Students who have worked extremely hard and have put the maximum of effort into their studies were invited to ‘Tea with Headteacher’. Read More