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In this week’s newsletter; Week Ahead |  Notices & Reminders  |  Mr Burke’s Bulletin  |  Katie’s Bulletin | Half Term Revision Sessions

26/05/2017 Comments (0)

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St Martha’s staged a Special General Election Assembly on the morning of Tuesday May 23rd.  Four candidates from Upper 6th Form, along with their supporters in the Conservative Party, Labour Party, Liberal Democrats and Greens presented their case to the whole school attempting to convince students to vote for them on June 8th! Each candidate […]

24/05/2017 Comments (0)

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In this week’s newsletter; Week Ahead |  Notices & Reminders  |  Mr Burke’s Bulletin  |  Katie’s Bulletin      

19/05/2017 Comments (0)

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Here is a weekly roundup of national and international news brought to us by 6th Form student; Peach Tao. Britain’s local elections, held on May 4th, delivered a sizeable increase in the number of council seats held by the ruling Conservative Party. Gaining 563 seats and taking control of 11 councils, the Tories romped home […]

18/05/2017 Comments (0)

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  Well done to Eloise Bryans in 2nd Form who successfully completed her QKD (Qi Kwan Do), a defensive martial art grading last week moving up from green senior belt to blue belt which means she is over halfway to her black belt!  

17/05/2017 Comments (0)

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This week we received a really interesting email from a gentleman called Andrew Topple. Whist sailing on Ray Island, a Nature Reserve in the River Blackwater Estuary, just off the coast  of West Mersea, Nr Colchester, Essex he came across one of our labels from our Year of Mercy balloons. This label was one of […]

17/05/2017 Comments (0)

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On Friday 12th May, the 15-strong St Martha’s athletics team travelled to Bedford to compete in the ISA North London Championships. Hoping to build on previous years’ successes (6 golds in 2015, 8 golds in 2016), we set out feeling determined! The day was a huge success with four 3rd places, four 2nd places and […]

15/05/2017 Comments (0)

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In this week’s newsletter; Week Ahead |  Notices & Reminders  |  Mr Burke’s Bulletin  |  Katie’s Bulletin  

12/05/2017 Comments (0)

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St Martha’s 6th Form Sociology students this week hosted a Fawcett Society Special Assembly. The Fawcett Society was named after Millicent Fawcett ( 1847-1929 ) who campaigned for women’s rights and equality and she was instrumental in gaining the vote for British women in 1918 and 1928. In recognition of her work and supported by all major […]

12/05/2017 Comments (0)

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Here is a weekly roundup of national and international news brought to us by 6th Form student; Peach Tao.   The number of pirate attacks off the west coast of Africa almost doubled in 2016, according to a new report by Oceans Beyond Piracy. The report comes amid an uptick in attacks on ships around […]

11/05/2017 Comments (0)

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The Business Club of St Martha’s made a lunchtime visit to a local franchise to gain first hand knowledge of customer service and franchisee / franchisor knowledge. The members of the club  were accompanied by Mrs Walmsley and Mr Boonzaier.  A very exciting visit and all are looking forward to the completed  research survey results. Mr Boonzaier […]

11/05/2017 Comments (0)

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Well done to our fourteen 3rd form students who completed their Bronze practice expedition for The Duke of Edinburgh Award. They walked approximately 10 miles on each day, successfully cooked a nutritious meal, and slept in a tent they had carried with them! The groups also learnt about basic survival techniques and compass skills. The assessment […]

10/05/2017 Comments (0)

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On Friday 28th April, I went to work with my dad who plays French horn in the London Philharmonic Orchestra. I woke at 8 am, had breakfast, dressed  and  left at 9 am. We took the underground for eight stops to Embankment and walked to the Southbank Centre. We arrived at the Royal Festival Hall […]

10/05/2017 Comments (0)

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Recently, a group of students and I attended a Women of the Future Event. These events are held frequently as a platform to unlock a culture of kindness and collaboration among leaders. Women of the Future, founded by Pinky Lilani CBE DL, is a portfolio of events and projects to support and celebrate the achievements and […]

09/05/2017 Comments (0)

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The burst water pipe in Barnet is now fixed therefore St Martha’s School will be open as usual tomorrow.

08/05/2017 Comments (0)

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