Eltham Hill student to study at Oxford University

We are very proud to announce that one of our Year 13 students, Zainab Adebayo, has been accepted to study History at Oxford University.  Zainab went through a rigorous application process which included an assessment, interviews and scrutiny of her work and was offered a place to study at Pembroke College. She…

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…

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…

Royal Academy A-level Summer Exhibition Online

One of my pieces from my final exam project, on ‘Freedom and Limitations’ of food consumption, has been shortlisted for the ‘Royal Academy A-level Summer Exhibition Online’.  On May 11th, I submitted three photographs to the Royal Academy for consideration. One of my photographs, titled ‘Unknown Source’, was successfully chosen…

Celebrating #Vote100

On Monday the 21st of May 2018, the school council planned a #VOTE100 day for students to mark 100 years since Parliament passed a law that allowed the first women, and all men, to vote for the first time. The objective of the day was to educate our students on the…

Post 16 Students Help With Institute of Psychiatry Study

A group of students in our Post-16 volunteered to take part in a new study conducted by researchers at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London. The study investigates links between experiences of social interactions, social networks and eating behaviours among over 300 young people in the UK. Participants completed questionnaires and…

UCAS Higher Education Exhibition

On Thursday 19th April, Year 12 attended a UCAS Higher Education exhibition at Excel Docklands. The exhibition incorporated stalls from most UK universities as well as representation from Apprenticeship organisations and alternative training programmes. The morning was very useful with lots of opportunities to ask questions about courses and to pick…

Young Enterprise – Best Company in South East London

Congratulations to our Young Enterprise team, Bloss, who won Best Trade Stand and Best Company in the South East London Finals! Bloss impressed judges with their handmade trinket plates. Young Enterprise last one academic year, students make all the decisions about their enterprise, from deciding on the name and product…

British Science Week

There was a range of activities that students participated in for British Science Week. Year 7 had two lessons where they had to think like engineers, constructing a marble tunnel and also building a tower made out of dried spaghetti and polystyrene balls. Physics knowledge was incorporated and students learnt…

Press for Progress on International Women’s Day

We held our annual International Women’s Day Conference last week. The theme, Press for Progress, encouraged young people to be active citizens. At the conference, our students were able to: Celebrate women who have pressed for progress in equality issues Learn more about the challenges girls and women may face Campaign to encourage…
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