Week Commencing: 26th September 2016 Timetable: Week B
During July I travelled to London to take part in the Hockey Champions Trophy as a member of the Ball Patrol Team. . . .
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The Employability for Life Charter offers pupils an opportunity to display the standards that employers feel are needed in the world of full time employment.
A warm welcome to the Sweyne Park School, a very successful academy school in Rayleigh, Essex. From September 2014 our age range is 11-18, with the opening of a new sixth form.
Our school is a safe and happy environment and central to our school is a belief in respect - respect for yourself, respect for others and respect for the environment. We believe that our focus on respect leads to high expectations and excellent discipline, and this in turn leads to the highest possible achievement for each individual pupil.
At Sweyne Park we are determined to provide first class teaching and learning for all our pupils. This aim is supported by our commitment to recruiting and retaining the very best staff, and our nationally recognised programme of staff training. We do our utmost to ensure our pupils achieve excellent examination results. We have a strong commitment to science, whilst providing a broad and balanced academic curriculum with a wide range of cultural, sporting and social opportunities.
We are committed to very strong partnerships between home, school and community members. We believe that the whole community can contribute to motivating and supporting pupils’ progress.
is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment.
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Why are children risking their lives to leave Calais?
Each week, there are 2,110 attempts by refugee children to cross from the Calais settlement – known as “the Jungle” – to the UK. To make these crossings, children stow into the back of trucks where they hide in refrigerator compartments or in amongst hazardous substances.
They run across train tracks and roads. That children die as a result is almost inevitable. What’s even more alarming is that our Government has recognised that these children have a legal right to be reunited with family members in the UK. ...
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