On Tuesday the 21st March, award winning children’s author Linda Newbery came to visit Haggerston School. During the day our students had the opportunity to listen to a talk given by Linda about her novels, as well as the chance to participate in writing workshops. We were also treated to a
This was a combined cross curricular event between Geography and Food Technology. Students from the Healthy Eating Club made muffins and smoothies from Fairtrade products to sell at the break time shop.
A spirited group of year 7 students took centre stage at the Barbican earlier this month as part of the third annual Barbican Box Music project. As in the previous two years, the work of Haggerston students – both in their confident delivery and the high
Taking up the Challenge to Speak Out On the 7th March a group of courageous year 10 students scripted and performed a powerful speech as part of the Jack Petchey Speak Out Challenge. I suspect that most
World Book Day gave lunchtime library visitors the chance to write nano-fiction – a story in 10 words. The students applied energy and extraordinary creativity to write great tales. They voted for the best and chose Oleanna’s; ‘Heartbreaks cause cracks in the earth. Explain the Grand Canyon.’