School News

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Sports Day 2019

Sports Day 2019 is just around the corner! The day is set to be a fantastic opportunity to build on the School's community ethos and teamwork and to have a great time. As well as typical sports there will also be additional activities on the day, the details of which...

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Summer Reading Challenge Hacks

Are you enthusiastic about reading? • Are you reliable? • Would you like to volunteer in the community? Bracknell Forest Libraries are looking for young volunteers aged 13-18 years to help out with the Summer Reading Challenge. You will gain useful skills to put on...

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Good Luck Year 13!

At EPCS today, Year 13 celebrated their last day in school. They came in fancy dress, enjoyed party food and a leavers assembly complete with awards. We wish all of our Year 13 students the very best for their remaining exams and the very best wishes for the future....

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Free Language Workshops for Parents and Students

Summer is arriving and many parents and students (or students who are joining our school in September 2019) are no doubt looking forward to European holidays in the sun! As a result, our Modern Foreign Languages team are keen to run some workshop sessions for parents...

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Year 11s reach 10,000 Pods on GCSEPod!

Congratulations to our Year 11 students on hitting the 10,000 pod mark! It’s clear that our Year 11s have been working hard on their revision and finding GCSEPod a valuable tool for checking their knowledge. Over the past half term, students have managed to download...

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End of Half Term Arrangements

Dear parents, On Friday 24th May, the last day of this half term, the school will close early to students to allow us to facilitate staff training. Students will attend Periods 1-3 as normal, with a slightly extended break time to ensure all students who wish to are...

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No Pens Week

Last week the school took part in our termly 'No Pens Week'. Departments all selected a day in which they would teach lessons where students did not require a pen. Teachers and students engaged in talk based learning, focusing on discussion and developing oracy...

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