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"You can do anything you want to do. Trying and failing is no problem as long as you try" Helen Glover ❤️


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Women demonstrate their leadership abilities every day. Why are they still left out of leadership positions?


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Admin, when you observe a teacher, especially informally, don’t feel you have to critique EVERY time. Too often teachers are told, "you did great BUT", instead, " Leave the BUTS behind”. Let them know what they did well & move on. Leave them feeling validated & appreciated!


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We are aware of reports of flooding at a number of locations around Newham. If you are experiencing issues with localised flooding, please call 020 8430 2000. If you wish to protect your home with sandbags, you can phone the Environment Agency’s Floodline on 0345 988 1188.


Congratulations to Ms. Chalkley, Ms. Njuguna, Ms. Ellis, Mr. Samolis, Ms. Begum and Mr. Mohammed to passed their lead practitioner accreditation. Well done for your hard work.


The Behaviour for Learning Team have been listening to the , have you? What are your takeaways? Favourite interview?


a huge thank you to the for their generous donation. The furniture has already been put to good use!


Wishing all of our students and staff a wonderful last day of term and a great, well deserved summer holiday!


Our virtual Art Show!


On this blessed occasion of Eid, wishing you and your family joy, happiness, peace and prosperity - Eid Mubarak all. Ms Abbasi


Celebrations will be this week for our staff and students - Eid-ul-Adha is a commemoration of sacrifice and marks the end of Hajj , the annual pilgrimage to Makkah (Mecca).


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As a part of NCS, our year 12 duel career pathway students were involved in promoting girls football. If you’re interested, please get involved as the tournaments ran with major success!!


Well done to Year 9 Geographers who have been completing fieldwork around the school looking at Stratford's regeneration.


Mr Fujah working with our students to develop their skills of resilience and self discipline. Key skills for their next steps, support with managing workload and pressure in the year ahead.


Natural hair week!


Once again the community has found a creative way to raise £50.07 for the house . **Well done to in coming 1st place for the 5p Challenge 2021 **


'Make it your conscious responsibility and priority to ensure that as the next generation, you support with shaping this country towards one that represents diversity and fairness for all that live in it' Ms Kibela-Purnell


Well done to the Year 10 Geography students who worked hard on their trip to Walton on the Naze this week!


Lovely to see such a variety of different cultural dress from our staff and students as part of our second dress

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Dress Code

All students are expected to dress in a professional or business-like manner. Clothing needs to reflect the professional environment of the Academy. Students need to be mindful that although there is a difference in circumstances in Sixth Form, younger students will always compare what Sixth Form students are wearing with what they are prohibited from wearing. Sixth Form students need to be aware that they are regarded as role models and consistent standards of professional attire help set a purposeful and business-like manner.

We expect all students to dress in a professional manner as would be expected in a formal corporate environment. For example, tailored suits or smart trousers and tops for women, and a formal blazer, tailored skirts should be at an appropriate length. Tailored shirts and ties are expected for men. Footwear should be smart and formal. The following items of clothing are not allowed unless there are specific requirements where previous authorisation from the Head of Sixth Form.

  • Leisure or sportswear (except for PE and sports events);
  • Denim Jeans;
  • Trainers;
  • Flip flops;
  • Leggings;
  • Shorts;
  • Visible body piercings (other than earrings and nose stud) and tattoos (unless covered);
  • T-shirts/vests;
  • Clothing made of sheer fabric exposing underwear;
  • Baseball caps.

This list is not exhaustive and the Head of Sixth Form and other members of the Leadership Team have the discretion to review what may or may not be appropriate.

Students must ensure their appearance is smart, business like and appropriate for the tasks undertaken. Individual colouring of hair is permitted but must adhere to this requirement. The Academy reserves the right to make a judgement in keeping with a professional environment.

The Sixth Form recognises that Sixth Form students are entitled to wear cosmetics not offered to students in the lower school so allow students to wear makeup and aesthetic nail decoration. We ask students to consider the professional style of their makeup and nails, so do not allow excessive use of fake eyelashes. Nail art must be professional in appearance i.e. not multicoloured, and length must be appropriate to carry out schoolwork. Staff within the Academy have the discretion to challenge students where appearance is not deemed professional.  

The Sixth Form values and recognises the diversity of cultures, religions and disabilities of their students and will take a sensitive approach when this affects dress requirements. The Sixth Form will usually accommodate appropriate religious and cultural dress and appearance unless it creates a health and safety risk to you or other people.