It was a brilliantly colourful day at the launch of the pavilion designed by our very talented students in Regents Park recently.
Earlier in the year we reported about a visit by Mayesbrook Park students to the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in central London to learn about architecture and students created their own designs that would be will be constructed on a larger scale in Regent’s Park later in the year.
A visit by Mayesbrook Park students to the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in central London in early July gave them the opportunity to learn about architecture and create their own designs which will be constructed on a larger scale in Regent’s Park this autumn.
Students from Mayesbrook Park School tell us about their recent five day sailing trip from Portsmouth, which was a fantastic opportunity for them to work on their communication and team working skills.
We're really proud of Hannah Whitfield and student Corey who have both been nominated for the Dallaglio Rugbyworks Awards.
Mayesbrook Park PE teacher Hannah Whitfield and her student volunteers can’t wait until life after lockdown so they can help out again at the London Youth Games. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, 2021’s games, have gone virtual.
The most outstanding individuals and institutions that the education sector has to offer have been recognised in the shortlist for the TES Schools Awards 2020.
As part of International Women's Day students from Mayesbrook Park campus visited the London Metropolitan University in Highbury & Islington to hear inspirational talks from women who are successful in science and business.
After Year 10 student Connor's tall ships boat experince last year, where skipper was really impressed by Connor's seaworthiness, Connor was invited back on another boat trip recently as a junior watch leader.
To brighten up this cold, dark January, what better than Jack Thorne’s joyous adaptation of A Christmas Carol!
We are really pleased to annouche that Mayesbrook Park School is taking part in a three year project called Back on Track.
In November students from Mayesbrook Park School put in a bid for funding from the WE charity, an international development charity that promotes learning and active citizenship.
Last week (14 November 2019) Students from Mayesbrook Park Campus visited the O2 arena to watch the ATP Finals!
Students and staff members from Mayesbrook Park School recently visited the Tower of London
It was great to see so many parents and students who came to the careers fair held at Erkenwald Campus on Friday 8th November.
On Friday 11th October 2019 students from Mayesbrook Park campus from across years 10 and 11 visited the Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design
On a recent trip to the Royal Opera House to see Don Giovanni, Mayesbrook Park campus student Lucinda said:
This year, students at Mayesbrook Park Campus will being taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh Award to help build their confidence and expand their horizons.
As part of the Outdoors and Adventurous Activities (OAA) programme at Mayesbrook Park campus students spend Friday's at the Lambourne End Center for outdoor learning in Essex.
During the recent PE exam week students from Mayesbrook Park campus got to spend a day at London Metropolitan University for a taster PE day. The day was a welcome break for students who'd had their heads in books studying.
On the 12th June, students from Mayesbrook Park campus will be volunteering at the QuadKids athletics event at Jim Peters Stadium in Dagenham.
Mayesbrook Park campus staff Hannah, Kilmone and PC Leanne spent the day with students at Stubbers adventure centre in Upminister a teambuilding sessions
On Friday 24th May a group of students and staff from Mayesbrook Park Campus were lucky enough to visit the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, to attend a performance of Puccini’s timeless opera, ‘Tosca’.
Students from both Mayesbrook and Erkenwald campuses recently visited Westminster Abbey.
Students from Mayesbrook Park campus set sail on Monday 25th March for five days from Portmouth.
Mayesbrook Park campus students are about to set sail on an adventure of a lifetime. Students will be setting sail on a voyage from Portsmouth on Monday 25th March to Friday 29th March.
On 12th March, students from Mayesbrook Park campus spent the day volunteering at the London Youth Games Dance Event, held at the CopperBox Arena at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, London.
On Friday 8th March students from Mayesbrook Park campus went on a learning trip to the London Metropolitan University as part as International Women’s Day.
Mayesbrook Park Campus recently attended the Barking and Dagenham Indoor Rowing Championship at Robert Clack Leisure Centre.
Students from our Seabrook campus are taking part in a scheme run by the London Youth Rowing, an organisation that encourages young people from across London to participate in indoor and on-water rowing.
Throughtout January students at Erkenwald campus will be taking part in mock exams to help prepare them for their exams later in the year and to help teachers set a grade before the end of term.
We are delighted to announce that our dynamic PE teacher Hannah Whitfield has been accredited as a qualified teacher.
We are proud to announce our first ever winner of our brand new staff award – Going the Extra Mile is Katy Waite, Mayesbrook Parks School’s Family Support worker from School Home Support.
A group of students from Mayesbrook Park campus visited London Metropolitan University School of Architecture in Aldgate East, on Monday 19th November 2018.
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.