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  • Coronavirus (Covid 19) What you need to know.

    Published 29/04/20

    Stay At Home, Protect the NHS, Save Lives, Stay Alert

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  • National Thank A Teacher Day

    Published 20/05/20

    St Angela's is taking a moment today to say thank you to all our staff on National Thank A Teacher Day.

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  • A Message To Our Students

    Published 15/05/20

    The staff of St Angela's send a video message to our students.

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  • Year 7 Thank You Postcards

    Published 11/05/20
    Year 7 have not only been completing all of their school work, but they have taken the time to write thank you postcards to members of their staff and families.  Thank you Year 7 for all of your thank yous!
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  • Covid-19 : Key Information

    Published 28/04/20

    Key Information for St Angela's Students and Families

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  • Thinking of you

    Published 22/04/20
    As a school we would like to share our condolences and prayers with our community during these difficult times. We may not be able to be together to comfort each other during this time of loss and grief, but we can still pray together and think
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  • Easter Newsletter 2020

    Published 03/04/20

    St Angela's School Easter Newsletter 2020

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  • SiLENT 2020

    Published 18/03/20

    On Wednesday 17th March, Students in Years 7-9 were silent for an hour for their first lesson of the day.

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  • British Science Week

    Published 16/03/20

    In celebration of British Science week, 6th - 15th March, the Science Department at St Angela’s held some fun activities during lunchtime.

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  • St Angela's Book Week 2020

    Published 05/03/20

    Reading is at the heart of St Angela’s School and we celebrated our love of reading for pleasure during our annual Book Week, 2nd March to 6th March 2020.

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  • Harmony Dance Concert

    Published 03/03/20

    Harmony Dance Concert represents the commitment, energy and spirit of dance at St Angela’s. 

    St Angela's has been involved in some exciting projects over the last year.  Such as going into our second year as an Associate School of Sadler’s Wells.  The programme has offered a range of exciting opportunities for our dancers including workshops with James Cousins Dance and Rambert Dance Company; theatre trips to see Alvin Ailey American Dance Company, Sampled, Some Like It Hip Hop, Rambert Dance Company; and eight of our students were selected to perform in a curtain raiser for Sir Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes, on the main stage at Sadler’s Wells Theatre.  

    We also participated in a project with English National Ballet called Giselle Explored.  Dancers watched a performance of Akram Khan’s Giselle, took part in a workshop based on the themes in Giselle and attended a private cinema screening of Giselle. These projects have enriched the students dance experience and this was represented in their choreographies in the dance concert.

    In February both the KS3 and mixed KS4 Dance teams won the Newham Dance Championships and this enabled them to qualify for the London Youth Games Finals.

    It is fantastic to see so many students being inspired to create and perform their own choreographies. They have grown in confidence over the last few weeks and we are very proud of all the dancers and their achievements.

    Click on the thumbnails below to view a gallery of photos from the evening.

    Harmony Dance Concert

    Click on the thumbnails above to view more photographs from the evening.

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  • Safer Internet Day

    Published 11/02/20

    Safer Internet Day 2020 will be celebrated globally today with the theme: Together for a better internet. 

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