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Choosing Knowledge 2019: Just Teach

Choosing Knowledge 2019: Just Teach

Friday 29 March 10am-4.30pm | Venue: Building Centre, 26 Store St, Fitzrovia, London WC1E 7BTThe fourth annual Choosing Knowledge conference is being held at the Building Centre in central London, and will look at the role of the teacher, throughout history to...

Prospective Parent Coffee Morning

Prospective Parent Coffee Morning

Following on from our successful online open evening and Saturday morning Q&A sessions with prospective parents, we are planning a series of face-to-face sessions where you can meet with members of our Senior Leadership Team. If you are considering sending your...

Meet the Principal and senior staff

Please follow this link to login and join our online meeting with Open Morning Q&A with the Principal and senior staff.  Time: 10am, 26 September, 2020 Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/87002212225?pwd=aHBIdXRNak9NbUhzbUI2MDQ1M2NLUT09 Meeting ID: 870 0221...

David Carun

David Carun

David Carun Parent Governor David is a Project and Programme Manager with over 23 years of consulting experience in architecture, construction, education, and change management. david.carun@eastlondonscienceschool.co.uk

Robert Tratt

Robert Tratt

Robert Tratt Parent Governor Robert is a Senior Quantitative Strategist at Tolomeo Capital, a Swiss Asset Manager. He is also a qualified football coach and runs his daughter’s football team at Tigers Junior Football Club. robert.tratt@eastlondonscienceschool.co.uk

Sam Anderson

Sam Anderson

Sam Anderson Staff Governor Sam is the Head of Classics at East London Science School and a teacher of both Latin and Ancient Greek. His particular areas of interest are the Homeric poems, Classical Athenian history and the literature of Augustan Rome. He has also...

Principal celebrates pupils’ success

Principal celebrates pupils’ success

The Principal of East London Science School, David Perks is jubilant at the success of pupils’ celebrating this year’s GCSE results.  “Our pupils should really proud of their achievements. They have studied a range of rigorous academic subjects and have excelled...