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2nd October 2015
Year 10 Students complete Speak Out! training
Well done to the 52 year 10 pupils who participated in the Jack Petchey Speak Out training on Monday 28th September with Sarah and Ereni.
30th September 2015
Do you have a Year 11 child considering their options for next year?
Is your child in year 11? Do they or you need help and information about the range of options available when they leave school next summer?
29th September 2015
Be the Best you can Be! Olympic Guest
Today we will be welcoming Olympian Jo Mersh to the school to speak to year 8 about goals and aspirations. We're very excited about the visit and look forward to the year long project part funded by the Mayor of London.
23rd September 2015
EWS Awarded £3,000 to investigate Robotics
The school has been successful in receiving a £3000 grant from the Royal Society to investigate "Using Robots for Practical Tasks".
23rd September 2015
Year 9 Girls win National STEM Competition
Members of our Year 9 Robot Club recently won a national competition by answering the question "What is Engineering?". The prize was a robot kit and entry to a national robotics competition in March at the NEC in Birmingham.
10th September 2015
EWS - You can change the world!
One of our students is in the national press today, after starting a campaign to see greater representation of women in the Music syllabus.
20th August 2015
GCSE Results Day Success 2015 - Press Release
The Ellen Wilkinson School for Girls is celebrating today as this year’s GCSE results have shone a spotlight on many stories of outstanding achievement. 69% of students achieved 5 A* C grades including English & Maths, 1 in every 3 grades was an A/A...
16th July 2015
Charity Day 2015
This Monday Years 7-10 raised money for Cancer research UK by running and visiting stalls on the school redgra.