FULL CAST LIST for ‘Alice The Musical’ is now on the Drama Noticeboard. First meeting Mon 6th Oct @ 3.10pm School Hall!
Principle Roles for ALICE THE MUSICAL are now on the Drama noticeboard. Watch this space for Chorus Roles!
Sixth Form Autism & Disabilities Club
Leadership Development and Autism Volunteering Course
NOTICE TO ALL THOSE WHO SIGNED UP FOR THE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND AUTISM VOLUNTEERING COURSE WITH THE RIEES AUTISM CLUB IN ROMFORD
The first session is on Thursday 25th September 2014 at 1.05 pm in Room 12 in the Sixth Form building. There will be a once-a-month meeting on the last Thursday of each month (except when it is half term it will be a Thursday before half term.) The Autism Volunteering at the RIEES Autism Club at Romford Baptist Church in Main Road will start in October 2014.
Please be prompt.
You may bring your lunch with you.
Mr. Corea Teacher-in-Charge Autism & Disabilities Club
Rebecca Hawkins and Mollie Pye win SILVER and BRONZE Commonwealth Awards
The participants of the 2014 Commonwealth Essay Competition have now heard the results of this year’s competition. This year’s theme ‘Team Commonwealth’ inspired over 9,500 entrants from across the Commonwealth – the second highest number in the competition’s history. The Royal Commonwealth Society received more than 9,500 entries from over 500 schools in 44 Commonwealth countries and territories. Both the Senior and the Junior judging panels were very impressed by the quality of writing and commended the issues and topics covered via the theme, 'Team Commonwealth'.
Rebecca Hawkins of Year 10 won a SILVER AWARD for her Essay on the Commonwealth and Mollie Pye of Year 13 won a BRONZE AWARD. Ivan Corea, Teacher-in-Charge of the Frances Bardsley International Club said: ‘this is an absolute FIRST for Frances Bardsley Academy for Girls - in the history of the Commonwealth, it is something our school can be very proud of.’ In March 2014 both Rebecca and Mollie were members of a student delegation representing the Frances Bardsley Academy for Girls, at the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey and were privileged to have seen Her Majesty the Queen. Ellie Middleton, Abbie Roach, Sarah Pearson and Christobel Ogunleye also received Commonwealth Certificates for participating in the 2014 Commonwealth Essay Competition.
A huge thank you to all staff and students that came to see "Matilda the Musical" on Thursday 11th September, it was a very memorable evening. The cast gave a stunning performance that blew us away and we all came home singing! Hope that you all enjoyed it and look forward to our next dance outing...
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