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14/02/20

Well done to everyone for a great start to 2020, especially to all the staff and children for their hard work. Have a great half term break!

14/02/20

Nothing like Year 4 testing their ear defenders listening to Baby Shark - the metal version! https://t.co/aRts5rbLkb

14/02/20

Year 4 were testing the sound insulating properties of their ear defenders with the help of . https://t.co/cstGtGLJR3

14/02/20

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Number exploration in Year 2. The children showed what they know about the numbers they chose https://t.co/y2U6LRZdf5

14/02/20

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Year 2 used their iPads to collect and present data https://t.co/Eilo5Ma07Q

14/02/20

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Come and test out your money knowledge in Year 3. https://t.co/hrc27xhzyz

12/02/20

A great challenge was set for us by and we accept it! Let’s rock out!!! https://t.co/Q5aPiKr15t

12/02/20

Pupils from Years 4-6 enjoyed probability games created by Year 10 pupils. It was a great opportunity for them to learn and have fun. https://t.co/jgPSzDZIav

12/02/20

Boom Whackers Club in action this morning. https://t.co/JSYPhoUdRG

12/02/20

We have introduced into Year 2 to support their fluency in maths. The children in Yellow Class were successful and loved challenging themselves to improve their scores and knowledge. They can continue this learning at home and we can’t wait to hear about it! https://t.co/i0FxBeXIGx

12/02/20

Green Class had great fun looking at patterns and symmetry using pointilism in their lesson today. https://t.co/bUFX7Q194h

11/02/20

Year 1 took inspiration from Kandinsky and used different circular shapes to produce art pieces https://t.co/Eui2Uw3ikf

10/02/20

EYFS were able to put their maths learning into action looking at spheres and segments - they also enjoyed eating the tangerines they used to help them afterwards. https://t.co/OtFHuRLMAZ

10/02/20

Cambridge Class News on volcanoes https://t.co/6dJ2OugaI2

10/02/20

Lots of learning being shown in the news reports from Year 6 https://t.co/MoqHUXfHvp

10/02/20

Cambridge Class up next with their Volcano reports. https://t.co/5YV7b0Axfa

10/02/20

Year 2 can tell you a lot about Euclid. https://t.co/VaCWWnjr2J

10/02/20

Year 2 were eager to share their learning about their focus mathematician John Venn. They even put some of his work into action in their own maths learning https://t.co/4T8DuuWqzN

10/02/20

Year 4 were amazed to learn of the work of Alan Turing during the war. They went on to create some codes of their own. https://t.co/KwhUl0OZcw

10/02/20

Year 1 and Year 6 sharing a story to end the afternoon 📚 https://t.co/1dAdU7uLON

10/02/20

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Year 3 investigated angles this morning. They then went on a hunt to find different angles around the classroom. https://t.co/RtjRUX3g3L

10/02/20

Year 6 with support from Year 9 pupils took on the maths trail challenge this morning. Great team work shown by everyone! 🔢✏️📈 https://t.co/EcxJe0T5cm

10/02/20

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Year 5 are linking their learning to other curriculum areas... researching a mathematician using class iPads then trying out some of their methods. https://t.co/8qlklWQww5

09/02/20

If any of our primary pupils wish to enter the BBC 500 Words competition you can follow this link and submit your entry! https://t.co/iRJHr6lAgR

07/02/20

Parents from the primary phase came in to see the excellent learning taking place. It was wonderful to see the children eager to share their books and explain all the exciting and challenging learning they have been successful in. https://t.co/CZyqSRcb6k

07/02/20

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An absolutely sensational show. We are in awe of the amazing talent at SRA - so proud! 🎭🎼 https://t.co/Y2GSv6zIre

06/02/20

Our Year 5 in action at the maths challenge. Well done to the team! https://t.co/10QAJjU0JM

05/02/20

Well done to , the cast and everyone for a great opening night of Sister Act.

05/02/20

Here’s another news bulletin from Year 6. https://t.co/cH5YsyHVER

05/02/20

Year 6 took on the role of news reporters to share their geography learning this afternoon. Look out... we could have the future of the BBC right here! https://t.co/kTMOnGNyyl

05/02/20

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Year 5 mathematicians are ready to go in the Year 5 Maths Challenge run by . https://t.co/ybVbWEddnd

04/02/20

We were visited by Chris from St Luke’s Church to talk about being humble. The children enjoyed a number of stories to help with their understanding and were able to share great examples of how they can show our new value. https://t.co/6yOwkOSyJ4

03/02/20

Our latest news is out now! https://t.co/cNjceZfT6x https://t.co/5cxg1xEOl3

03/02/20

A busy week coming up at SRA! All week - Safer Internet Week💻 Monday - Synagogue Trip🕍 Tuesday - Y10 Football match ⚽ Wednesday - Y5 Maths Challenge🔢 Thursday - Y8 Girls Football v Beaumont , Sister Act Production🎭 Friday - Y11 Science Live trip👩‍🔬, Multicultural event

02/02/20

Maths week is coming up (week beginning 10th February) lots of exciting puzzles and activities planned and opportunities for maths learning across the curriculum. We are all looking forward to it. https://t.co/8mWH4LZUyY

02/02/20

Our Year 6 learners have a great Harry Potter knowledge! https://t.co/WF31Vv9UZT

02/02/20

Great sportsmanship has been on display from all our sports teams over the last few weeks. Thank you to the staff coaches for their hard work and well done to the children. This week the boys had the chance to play in Watford and last week it was the girls. https://t.co/EFUngLtEkN

31/01/20

Year 5, Imperial Class shared their sign language learning in their assembly today. https://t.co/wd5gt30PcG

31/01/20

After 7 games, SRA ended with 4 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss. Sadly we finished 2nd in the group. However, the boys were fantastic in their play and behaviour. Well done to all involved!

News

29th Nov 2019

Sixth Form News - Speak Your Mind Debate

This week, the Year 12 cohort had the chance to participate in the annual 'Speak Your Mind' Sixth Form debate. This year’s panel featured Lord Adonis (British Labour Party politician and journalist), Maswood Ahmed (Assistant Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain), Chris Dey (Local Conservative Councillor in Enfield), Vicky Gosling (former RAF Group Captain and Invictus Games CEO) and James Tooley, (Professor at the University of Buckingham). The debate was lead by Quintin McKellar, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Hertfordshire. Over the course of two hours, we covered various topics and relevant societal issues such as racism, knife crime and climate change. As a group, we truly lived up to the event’s title & spoke our minds; some issues proved divisive-whether that divide be between individuals or the student body and the panel- whilst others seemingly united the room and reinforced the sense of community that remained present throughout the event despite the fluctuating atmosphere of the debate. I spoke to some students in order to gain some insight into their perspectives after the event. One said:  “The debate held at St Albans Cathedral was interesting to say the least. It was very intriguing to see the opinions of politicians, university professors and people who are otherwise very influential in a contemporary society. I also think it was refreshing to see that young minds are capable of having important questions, and to see what young people are worried about.” Another “felt empowered-not by the panel but rather by what the people asking the questions were saying.” Overall, the debate proved to be an excellent opportunity to shed light on the aforementioned issues currently facing young people and a way for us to gain more knowledge on the specifics of the latter as we strive to combat them. Thank you to the team at St Albans Cathedral for having us!  
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