Enfield Grammar’s first XV wins Middlesex U18 Plate
Please find below a link to the Head Boy Sean Sinanan, giving a speech at the dispatch box in Parliament about votes the importance of Votes 16.
Year 12 Trip to Skills London – Friday 24 November 2017
The Sixth Form department will be taking Year 12 pupils to “Skills London” at the Excel Centre on Friday 24 November 2017. This is London’s biggest jobs and careers event for young people, and it is a chance to experience different activities and demonstrations to help pupils bridge the gap between what they enjoy doing and their future careers.
This is a compulsory trip and all students are expected to attend.
|I am writing to keep you updated on developments in Year 12. I hope that you managed to attend the Year 12|
Information Evening and found the meeting productive. It was great to see so many of you in attendance.
|I am writing to keep you updated on developments in Year 13. We are already well into your sons final year at
Enfield Grammar and students have a lot to manage in the coming months.
Head of Year 12
Ms E Igbokwe
With over 50 universities on site and seminars to support student’s choices this is a really good opportunity to start making plans and setting targets for progression beyond Enfield Grammar.Students are to travel to the Emirates by train from Enfield Chase station and will be expected to buy their own tickets. Please meet at the station at 8.40am and we will be catching the 8.49am train to Moorgate alighting at Drayton Park. Students not departing from Enfield Chase must meet Ms Igbokwe and Mr Purrier at the big Arsenal sign (big white letters at the base of the Danny Fiszman Bridge) at 9.25am where we will be taking morning registration.
If they have not done so already, to obtain an entry ticket to the fair students will need to use the link below to register. This will ensure they can access the fair on arrival and avoid any delays. The link is also on the google classroom page.
|Enfield Grammar Sixth Form
I am writing to welcome your son to Enfield Grammar Sixth Form and both I and Ms Igbokwe, as Head of Year 12, would like to wish everyone every success in their Sixth Form Journey.
I trust that you and your families have had a pleasant summer and that your son is fully prepared for the challenges that sixth form inevitably brings. I will regularly update you with progress and key information regarding sixth form but please feel free to contact me at school with any questions.
Enfield Grammar Sixth Form
I am writing to welcome your son back to Enfield Grammar Sixth for his final Year. Overall we were delighted with the Year 12 results and we are in a good position to start Year 13.I will continue to regularly update you with progress and key information regarding sixth form but please feel free to contact me at school with any questions.