Form 6 pupils were eager to get their hands dirty and wade into the river, despite the heavy rain, when they visited Epping Forest Field Centre, a Special Area of Conservation. Head of Geography, Miss Grant explained: “We practised working together in groups, learned about delegation of tasks, our role of responsibility to the group as a whole and how to sustain interest and high quality work in inhospitable surroundings, whilst also learning about the changing course of rivers”.
The young geographers were encouraged to get thoroughly muddy as they studied the source of Loughton Brook
The music scholars' concert seeks to provide an excellent opportunity for the potential music scholars to perform their audition repertoire in front of a supportive audience in the days and weeks before their auditions take place.
The audience was treated to a feast of a large range of instruments and repertoire and were able to delight in the joy and quality of the six music scholars’ playing at their recent evening concert. Instruments included piano, harp, viola, violin, clarinet, voice, percussion, horn, bassoon and trumpet.
Director of Music, Mr Simon Kirk explained, “There is