Posts Tagged ‘school’

What makes a school successful?

Posted: July 4, 2013 by celiaayli in Schoolwork
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A successful school is somewhere children/students interact as a team, with each other and teachers. A successful school is also somewhere people treat each other with respect.
A successful school is when students motivate themselves like setting their own goals and trying different things like clubs etc.

My success:

Was being MY OWN motivation and having faith in myself!

Was helping others with their work if they was stuck so I would be pushing them and also making me feel good in myself!

What makes evelina school successful?

Evelina school is successful because they make things feel normal to you, and do things that you would usually do for example studying and working. You wouldn’t usually do these type of things in hospital. They also help me catch up on my education instead of me staying behind on my work.

By A.D Year 8.


A Pupil’s View

Posted: March 30, 2012 by orlandoayli in general, Pupil
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I like the classroom because everybody is friendly and the work isn’t tedious or intimidating. The teachers are firm but fair. They understand if you are not well it can be quite tiring but they want you to try your very best. When I first arrived I thought the school would be bigger and busier. If you feel nervous, you won’t be for long. It’ll distract you from your situation and stimulate your mind. So, if you’d like my advice, as soon as you well enough, don’t hesitate to join us.

by Negomi aged 14

Polce Dog Freddie

Freddie the sniffer dog and his handler Anna-Marie, came to the secondary classroom today. NC interviewed Anna-Marie, then we all went into the atrium to see how Freddie works.


These photographs are by NC, aged eleven. He is  a year 7 pupil who is attending the secondary classroom following major surgery.