Important Information

EGA Sixth Form enrolment is happening now, if you have not  done so already please contact us to make an appointment. 

Post GCSE Advice and Guidance

new GCSE grading- A Guide for parent and carers

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2017/18 Academic Year

Click EGA 2017-18 Term Dates to view full calendar

Years 7, 11, 12 and 13 return Thursday 7th September 2017

All Students return Monday 11th September 2017

 

Kings College London - Reach Research Study

2
May
Date:
Tuesday 2nd May 2017 to Friday 26th May 2017

Kings College London will be conducting a research study at the academy from Tuesday 02nd May. The study will focus on what leads to better mental health. The study is called REACH, which stands for Resilience, Ethnicity, and AdolesCent Mental Health, and is funded by the European Union. This is a study being carried out in schools in south London to see what things influence young people’s mental health.  Over 2,700 young people in Years 7 to 9 will be given the opportunity to take part.

What is the aim of the research?

The aim is to understand what things lead to better mental health and what things lead to worse mental health in young people from all backgrounds.

Kings College London are inviting everyone in Year's 7 - 9 at Ark Evelyn Grace Academy to take part.

Additional Information for Parent/Carers

Please see below more detailed information for each Year group and an 'Opt-Out' Form should you wish for your child to not take part. This form must be handed in to your child's form tutor by Tuesday 02nd May 2017:

Year 7

Information Letter for Year 7 Parent/Carers

Year 7 - Opt Out Form

*Please complete the above form should you wish for your child to not take part

Year 8 - 9

.Information Letter for Year 8 - 9 Parent/Carers

Year 8 - 9 - Opt Out Form

*Please complete the above form should you wish for your child to not take part

 

Additional Information for Students

For all our students who would like a bit more information about the study, please see below:

Information for Year 7 students

Information for Year 8 - 9 students