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Bow School

Bow School

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BOW SC HOOL OF MATHS & COMPUTING BOW SCHOOL NEWSL ET TER WINTer 2010 OF MATHS AND COMPUTING Bow boys help conserve the local environment Bow boys were recently invited to visit the Bio-diverse Eco site on Bow Road. This site is the largest wooded park in London and has been around for over 170 years. The visit encouraged the boys to think about how they can contribute to conservation in our local area. The boys went to the Soanes Centre in Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park and saw how much natural wildlife there was in the heart of the East End; a natural habitat for eight types of bee, 30 types of butterfly and numerous birds and larger mammals. The boys explored the environment and learnt about the nature that surrounds them. They then went ‘pond dipping’ looking at water-boatmen, pond snails, newts and water beetles, all creatures you’d expect to find in the countryside, not East London. After lunch the boys set about the labour intensive task of clearing a new path by removing nettles and Japanese knotweed. This was a great opportunity for the boys to see a piece of the wild environment in the urban jungle. Welcome from the Headteacher Welcome to the December edition of the Bow newsletter. We have had a very good start to the academic year and I am confident we can continue to build on our academic improvements as we celebrate, once again, our best ever GCSE results. I am delighted to introduce our new Head Boys and Prefects. They are excellent ambassadors for the school and wonderful role models for the younger students. Please join me in congratulating them on their appointments. This term we have again enjoyed wonderful trips and visits and welcomed some excellent speakers and guests, as you will read in the following pages. We believe these additional activities really do add an important dimension to our students’ education. I am also pleased that students from all year groups have been involved in the IntoUniversity programme which inspires and supports young people to continue on to university. The busy autumn term also saw us welcome parents into school to participate in our family-focussed initiatives including our Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities programme and our ICT courses for parents. I hope to see you at the Celebration of Achievement evening on Thursday 16 December, and wish you all a restful and enjoyable Christmas break. Best wishes Beverly Dobson Headteacher

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