Tom Smith was a former student who sadly passed away two years ago from a blood cancer. As part of charities week, the Upper Sixth and the Lower Sixth football teams played against each other for the Tom Smith Cup, donated by Tom’s family. After an exciting game of football the final score was 4-4 which meant penalties were needed to decide wh
Having won promotion from Division 2 in Year 7, the current Year 8 team entered Division 1 for the first time which is a very competitive league. Amongst the other teams in the league includes the current Essex Champions (Great Baddow) and the current Essex Cup finalists (Chelmer Valley High School).
The Anglo European School Association has raised money for departments which has enabled them to purchase some resources which would previously have been purchased by the school but which, in the current financial climate, has not been possible.
Congratulations to Kobe Geeraert 8E and Harry Saddleton 8M who have been awarded Highly Commended for their NHS competition entry of an animation for which there were over 2000 entries in this competition nationally. They were awarded their certificates during the end of term assembly and met Mr Barrs today. Their entry featured an animation u
The Yr11 Football team played Sandon School on Thursday 30th March in the Mid Essex Cup final. Anglo scored after 20 minutes via Mason Joseph-Williams and although Anglo had several opportunities to extend their lead, they comfortably held on to their 1-0 lead for the entire game to become the Mid-Essex Champions.
The Global Action Active Citizenship club put on a Fairtrade sale to raise money for the Fairtrade Foundation and raise awareness of the benefits that buying Fairtrade can bring to people in less economically developed countries. Items sold included chocolate, cookies, and hot drinks. Where possible, the items sold were Fairtrade or made with
Throughout the autumn term, Anglo pupils were giving generously to different causes helping those in need. One regular appeal that the Anglo support with is the Rotary Club shoeboxes. This year, pupils sent off 60 shoeboxes to Rotary that were to head east. Shoeboxes contained children’s toys, hats, gloves and stationary as well as other gift
We had the pleasure of hosting a group of 20 Japanese students from the Hiratsuka secondary school in Tokyo. They came to the UK as part of a cultural and educational exchange, to learn English and to experience British culture.