Eltham Hill School

BFI Workshop

A group of year 10 students spent a week at the British Film Institute (BFI), working with professional editors and performers to create content that celebrated the inspirational women of the Windrush generation. Together they created their own original music and dance, a professional magazine named Rush and a series of…

Year 11 Prom 2018

On Thursday 5th July the Head Girls Team held the Year 11 Prom at The Alexander Suite Swanley, Kent. All the girls arrived looking stunning. The evening started off with photographs on the red carpet, fruit cocktails, and more photographs. The hall had been decorated beautifully with fairy lights, balloons…

Takeover Challenge

On the 10th of July, a group of 14 students had the challenge of taking over teacher’s jobs within their school. Students took on a range of role including PE, History, IT, SENDCO, Maths, English, Drama, RS and many more. This was a day for the students to try out…

Book Review: After the Fire by Will Hill

After the Fire by Will Hill Reviewed by Ayla 8H After the Fire, written by Will Hill, is a book that follows the life of a young woman called Moonbeam in the aftermath of a fire that killed many and destroyed her ‘home’. Moonbeam lived in a religious cult. The…

Year 12 Work Experience 

Sophie Cook - A Week With Wikitribune Between the 2nd and 6th of July, I had the amazing opportunity to work with the company Wikitribune on the 22nd floor of the Shard as part of my work experience. My time here allowed me to really see what work is like…

Book Review: Beyond the Bright Sea by Lauren Wolk

Beyond the Bright Sea by Lauren Wolk Reviewed by Madison 8L I enjoyed Beyond the Bright Sea because I went on an adventure with Crow (the main character). It’s set on islands off the coast of America, one of which was a leper’s colony – this is based on an…

SHINE Students In The Spotlight!

On Friday, July 6th SHINE students went on a trip to the Royal Court Theatre in London to see their monologues performed on the stage by professional actors. They have been working with the theatre and myself to write their own monologues. It was fascinating to watch the work being…

IB Success for Eltham Hill Post 16 students

100% success for our first cohort taking the IBCP We are delighted to celebrate with our very successful first cohort of IB career-related students. Every student on the programme received their Career-Related Programme qualification. We are particularly proud of them all as they were the first students to complete this qualification at…

Book Review: The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas Reviewed by Zynab 8L The Hate U Give (aka THUG) is a very inspirational and moving book. It tackles racial problems and discrimination that still takes place in present-day America. Starr experiences ‘life’ for the first time in a while. She struggles to…

School Council Visits Parliament

On Thursday 5th July school council members, Connie Johnson, Jessica Wilson, Carol Prabu, Tiana Lawrence, Melsiye Kiranel and Claramae Flemming alongside Girls Unite Project leader, Lucia Gester visited Parliament to celebrate feminism in schools. The students listened to guest speakers, Vicky Foxcroft MP, Ava Berry from 50:50 campaign, and councillor…
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