For the attention of all EGA Parents
Wednesday 29th March 2017, 5:30pm - 7pm - Year 11 Parent's Evening - All Parents are welcome to attend.
Last day of Term - Friday 31st March 2017, please note students will be dismissed at 12:10pm. Please read our End of Term Letter for more information.
Easter Half Term Break commences 01st April 2017 - 17th April 2017.
Staff Inset Day - Tuesday 18th April 2017, The school will be closed to all students. School resumes as normal Wednesday 19th April 2017, 8:20am.
Reminder: Please sign Student Planners! One of the easiest ways of keeping in touch with your child’s progress is to make sure that you have signed their planner. You can leave notes in the planner if you wish to communicate with your child’s tutor or subject teachers and keep an eye on how much homework is being set.
We monitor our student’s planners every week and, when we see your signature, we know that we are supporting each other with your child’s education.
Lambeth Council reveal final Artwork inspired by EGA students
Well done to Jake Duffy (Yr 7), Matthew Clayton (Yr 7), Kyle Myers (Yr7), Annabel Eghwe (Yr7), Keiron Banks (Yr7) and Christopher Padilla Garcia (Yr 7); who worked alongside Julie Norburn from Art4Space on behalf of Lambeth council to create these wonderful pieces of art hordings which surround Brixton Town Hall today.
Julie worked alongside Mr Gayle and Ms Mansell to help our students trigger ideas in the form of drawings, doddles, words and quotes. These then formed an overall design and composition by which muralist Jade Perry was able to create each piece of artwork hordings for Lambeth council.
Julie Norburn (Director, Art4Space) said:
"I love what the children have created around the theme of citizenship and there feelings about the New Town Hall Project, the paintings will create a wonderful outside gallery for all to enjoy for many months during the construction work. What a way to brighten up the streets".
Mr Gayle (Head of Art, Ark Evelyn Grace Academy) said:
"This is an amazing project for our pupils and what an achievement it will be to see their artwork on a busy Brixton highstreet!"