Enfield Grammar’s first XV wins Middlesex U18 Plate
EGS Gardening Club is back up and running again for its second year and we are happy to welcome new members. The club runs every Wednesday lunchtime at 1.30 and other activities are also run over the course of the year such as a visiting horticulturist, a chef’s workshop, a visit to an organic nursery and a trip to the local market to sell our produce.
Last year proved very successful with the students, who enjoyed selling their homegrown vegetables and plants at Enfield Town market. This year we are hoping to grow a healthy crop of herbs and vegetables to use in our practical food lessons, stimulating an interest in food provenance and an appreciation for the environment.
Over the last couple of weeks, we have been preparing our raised beds and planting chard, kale and lettuce. We have also been using the compost bin that we built last year to recycle our food waste from the Food Technology kitchen. If you are interested in joining this club, please speak to Mrs Broadley, Mrs Turbett or Mrs Mittins.
LOWER SCHOOL ASSEMBLY
WEDNESDAY 4TH OCTOBER
As a celebration of the time of year when farmers are harvesting their crops, and to think of charitable giving, all year 7 & 8 pupils took part in a ‘Thanksgiving Assembly’ on Wednesday 4th October.
Christina Morgan, manager of North Enfield Foodbank, was the guest speaker and gave an insightful presentation to the boys on the work of North Enfield Foodbank in providing food parcels to those families and individuals in Enfield who are struggling to keep themselves nourished due to poverty.
In response to this, our boys then presented their own food gifts that they had brought from home. In total our boys presented 160.5kg of food to be distributed to those people in Enfield who are less fortunate than themselves. Christina was overjoyed with the generosity of our boys and Mr Cook, Head of Lower School, proudly thanked them for their gifts.
We look forward to further charitable giving throughout the year. Well done boys!
Head of Lower School
Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, is the most popular of all the festivals from South Asia. It is also an occasion for celebration by Jains and Sikhs. Come along and see our display in the library!
I plan to have a cake sale on Tuesday, 17th October in the upper school staff room, as a fundraising event for my grandson, Andy, who needs an operation to enable him to walk unaided (email sent to you all back in September).
If anyone wants to show off their baking skills and bring some cakes in too, I wouldn’t say no!
Each portion will cost £2, so please come along and enjoy some cake whilst making a difference to a 6 year old’s life!
Many thanks and please don’t forget.
|We are rapidly approaching an exciting week – Dyslexia Awareness Week. This is a great opportunity to share knowledge and understanding of dyslexia; support, and learn from, children and adults with dyslexia and help to create a dyslexia-friendly society.This year, the week runs from Monday 2nd October to Sunday 8th October 2017 and our theme is Positive about Dyslexia.|
Our Prize Giving will take place this year on Friday 15 September 2017 at 7.00pm. To enable appropriate arrangements to be made, the School will close early on that day. Students will be dismissed at approximately 2.15pm after registration in Form Groups. Pupils should return to school on Monday 18 September 2017 at the normal time of 8.40am..
Yours sincerelyC Lamb HeadteacherAn Academy Trust (Company No, 07697044)
Our Prize Giving will take place this year on Friday 15 September 2017 at 7.00pm. To enable appropriate arrangements to be made, the School will close early on that day. Students will be dismissed at approximately 2.15pm after registration in Form Groups. Pupils should return to school on Monday 18 September 2017 at the normal time of 8.40am.
Yours sincerelyC Lamb HeadteacherAn Academy Trust (Company No, 07697044)Download PDF Version