Senior Reader Project A group of year 10 students have volunteered their time to read with students in year 7, 8 and 9. The year 10s participated in a training session to learn how to support students who are struggling with reading. They now read with their partner once a
Poets from left to right: Tobia Francescato , Saki Pereira Puerto, Dorcas Adelaja, Jake Woonton, Kate Eliott, Oleanna Pereira Puerto Last weekend, Haggerston students from years 8-9 presented their work as part of the Royal African Society’s Literature Festival at the British Library. The students stunned the audience with
The 8th annual Haggerston GCSE & A Level Art end of year exhibition took place on Tuesday 20th June. Pupils, parents, staff and visitors from the wider community attended the private view to celebrate students’ hard work and achievements in Art over the past two years. The Art exhibition featured a
We are raising money to construct an amphitheatre in the playground. It will be a hard-landscaped, low amphitheatre, perfect for outdoor performances of drama and music, and a seating area for students during break and lunchtime. It will therefore be very well used, and a wonderful addition to the school.
Haggerston School success at Hackney literary competition The Carnegie Medal is awarded annually to the writer of an outstanding book for young people. Hackney Learning Trust hold a Carnegie shadowing competition every year inviting schools in the borough to use drama, dance, music and moving image to create their own
Haggerston School is delighted to announce that Hal Bishop (Y10) has won the Hackney regional round of the Speak Out Challenge! Hal’s amusing story about a visit to Trump Tower was impeccably delivered and wowed the crowd and judges. Reyhannisa Haji (Y10) also represented Haggerston with an extremely thought provoking