Inspiring women trip

Two hundred of the most successful women in the arts in the UK gathered in the Tate Modern on Thursday in a bid to inspire the next generation of artists, writers, directors and editors.

As the event came to a close, the schoolgirls sat on the floor, opened up their packed lunches and spoke animatedly about the past two hours. “That was so inspiring, to meet all these powerful, interesting women,” said 17-year-old Nina Commons, of Frances Bardsley Academy for Girls.

Her friend, Amber Brant, 16, nodded in agreement. “There is this attitude we are taught that it is impossible to get into a career in the arts, especially if you are a woman,” she said. “Before this, I would never have thought a woman would be doing these jobs. I thought it was still a man’s world.”

-From The Gurdian

Futsal Results

The girls played The Australian Under 14 Futsal team last night

They lost the first match 0-3 and fought back to win the second match 1-0

It was a great experience for them.

 

Sports results - March 2015

Monday 16th March  – Friday 27th March

SPORT

YEAR

TEAM

RESULT

Football

Under 14’s

Sanders

Won 10-0

Havering

Under 14’s

Emerson Park B

Won 2-0

7 a side

Hall Mead

Won 1-0

Albany

Won 2-0

Netball

Year 7B

Redden Court

Lost 0-5

Havering

Drapers

Drew 1-1

Rally

Sanders

Won 2-0

St Edwards

Lost 0-5

Sacred Heart

Lost 0-6

Football

Year 7

Hall Mead

Won 3-0

Havering

Emerson Park

Lost 0-2

7 a side

Redden Court

Won 2-0

Essex

Year 7

St Martins

Won 0-1

Futsal

Brentwood

Won 3-1

Finals

Chingford

Won 1-0

Sacred Heart

Won 1-0

Lister

Won 1-0

Semi Finals

Marshalls Park

Won 2-1

Final

St Martins

Won 2-0

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