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Forest School

College Place
London

E17 3PY

T: +44 (0)20 8520 1744

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ISC ID: 46692


Head

Mr Marcus Cliff Hodges (Warden)

Boys - age range:

Day: 4 to 18

Girls - age range:

Day: 4 to 18

Size

1463 pupils

Forest School case studies (91)

Outreach Box

Partners

  • Forest School
  • Rushmore School
  • Academic
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Outreach Box

Partners

  • Forest School
  • Snaresbook Primary School
  • Academic
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SafeDrive

Partners

  • Forest School
  • Heathcote School
  • Holy Family Technology College
  • Lantern of Knowledge Boys' School
  • Burnside Secondary PRU
  • Norlington School
  • Highams Park School
  • Big Creative Education
  • Lammas School
  • Leyton Sixth Form
  • Waltham Forest College
  • Chingford Foundation
  • Student well-being
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History Symposium

Partners

  • Forest School
  • London Academy of Excellence
  • Academic
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Forest Futures Digital

Partners

  • Forest School
  • Woodbridge High School
  • Highams Park School
  • Academic
  • Career guidance
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Forest Thrive Network

Partners

  • Forest School
  • Chigwell School
  • Bancroft's School
  • None
  • Developing school leaders
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Prep and Primary Music Day

Partners

  • Forest School
  • Davies Lane School
  • Henry Maynard School
  • St Josephs Catholic School
  • Performing arts and music
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Resource Support

Partners

  • Forest School
  • Davenant Foundation School
  • Academic
  • Performing arts and music
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Resource Support

Partners

  • Forest School
  • John Bramston Primary School
  • Academic
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Resource Support

Partners

  • Forest School
  • Churchfields Junior School
  • Wanstead Church School
  • Snaresbrook Primary School
  • Henry Maynard School
  • John Bramston School
  • Mayville Primary School
  • Academic
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Impact of partnership work done in 2019 (ISC annual Census 2020)

  • 80 state schools involved
  • 500+ state school pupils involved
  • 20000 staff hours given

*Please note, data shown here is from the 2020 Census for partnerships in 2019, rather than from the 2021 Census. This is due to the impact of COVID-19 on full year collection for 2021. The coronavirus pandemic has forced many schools to put some partnership projects on hold until restrictions are eased.

Academies or free schools sponsored

  • London Academy of Excellence

Impact Statement

We have supported 4 local state schools with preparation for Oxbridge Interviews, many students supported achieved conditional offers.

Our Head of E-learning and a year 10 student, ran a Coding Club for children in years 3-6 after school for a term. We are also providing ongoing support for the school e-learning co-ordinator.

Our Head of Physics has been supporting WSFG science department, to ensure good quality physics is taught. This has involved demonstrating lessons, hosting colleagues at Forest for observations and supporting schemes of work.

Students from WSFG come to Forest once a week to be taught Additional Maths. The students will take the Additional Maths Paper at the end of the year. Last year's results were an improvement on previous attainment.

Students from our school and from LAE come together fortnightly to take part in the TWINKLE space mission run through University of London. PHD students come and facilitate physics students taking part in real life space research using the best telescopes in the world.

State school pupils attended the careers talk about Ultra Electronics Precision Control Systems, Cambridge and their work with control systems for aircraft, including work done in the past for Concorde. He hopes to bring with him examples of some of the electronic devices.

We have always run a MOP lecture but through our ongoing partnership work we now invite local sixth former to attend from our partnership schools. This supports the application process to university to do maths as it is indication of additional/wider mathematical interest. Over 200 external students came.

The Heads of Geography at ours and another local state school met to review Geography A Level NEA. It gave them an opportunity to discuss strategies for the A level geography course.

There is bursary information on our website here.

  • Academic scholarships
  • All Rounder awards
  • Art scholarships
  • Drama scholarships
  • Music scholarships
  • Sport scholarships
  • Clergy discounts
  • Sixth Form scholarships
  • H M Forces discounts
  • Sibling discounts
  • Bursaries for new entrants
  • Hardship awards for existing pupils

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