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Another successful DEAR week at EPCSchool.

Students and staff got involved with Drop Everything And Read Week and were able to share their love of reading. Some students were able to spend some time reading their own stories while others were given specific resources linked to their lessons to develop their...

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Year 7 Criss Cross Day Yellow Jerseys

A big congratulations to the Year 7 Yellow Jersey winners. Year 7 participated in a carousel of activities on Criss Cross Day, from learning how to safely plan and travel on a bike to participating in a cycle / scoot / walk around the 1 mile track of the Country Park....

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Lioness vs Germany Trip to Wembley

EPCS braved the wet and windy conditions to watch the record breaking Women's football match between England and Germany at Wembley. A fun and enjoyable evening with students leaving in high spirits, despite the result. 15 students were rewarded for their continued...

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World Kindness Day

#WorldKindnessDay #MakeKindnessTheNorm You have the potential to change the world. We can tell you’re someone who wants to seize that potential. You’re a RAKtivist® you just didn’t know it... until now. ‘RAKtivist’ is short for ‘Random Acts of Kindness activist’. They...

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Recruiting the EPCS Mock Trial team !

Mr Blay is looking for his new Mock Trial team! He needs letters of applications from Year 8 and 9 students who have ambitions to become a lawyer or actor. The roles they can apply for are: Lawyer x4, Witness x3, Defendant x1, Legal Advisor, Usher, Magistrate x3 Any...

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Year 7 students visited Rushall Organic Farm

On the last day of half term,our year 7 students visited Rushall Organic Farm. The students took part in a number of activities,including soil testing, making flour and feeding livestock,before going on a tractor ride-which everyone enjoyed the most! This visit was...

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