Now that Gaynes School has joined the Loxford School Trust it is celebrating its best ever GCSE results. We are exceptionally proud of the outstanding achievements made by our students. We are celebrating a fantastic set of grades with a projected Progress 8 score of 0.3, which is a significant improvement and we anticipate that…

Loxford is celebrating phenomenal success with the best ever GCSE results in the history of our school; we are incredibly proud of our student’s achievements. We are celebrating an outstanding set of grades with a projected Progress 8 score of 0.9. We anticipate this will put us within the top 3% of schools nationally. This…

On Thursday 6th of June I was asked to volunteer in commemorating the 75th anniversary of the D-day landing in Barking town square as part of the Police Cadets. While I was there I got to shake hands with the mayor of Barking and Dagenham and a Korean war veteran.  This was a humbling experience…

In April Mr Akhtar (Loxford School) and Miss Fallon (Gaynes School) took 9 students to Seoul, South Korea. Read on for their eye-opening story… After just over eleven hours of flying and some airport ice breakers, we were instantly ready and raring to go. As our trip progressed past that initial jet lagged haze, we…

AX Jnrs and AX Dance Company, boarded the coach (along with Miss Monaghan and Mr Ricketts) to start their journey to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park’s stadium – The Copper Box Arena. AX Jnrs and AX Dance Company won the regional dance competition, held at Abbs Cross Academy in January, both winning the title of…

Parents should encourage their children to walk with friends on the way home. To ensure their safety, can you ask your child to keep expensive items in their pockets or out of sight, particularly mobile phones. We are conducting assemblies and PSCHE programmes on Road safety and hope you will encourage them to be aware…

We welcomed pupils and teachers from Salwan Public School (Delhi, India) as part of the international exchange programme. Pupils were delighted to engage in a range of subjects, including English, Maths, Food Technology, Art, Textiles and Economics. It also provided an opportunity for pupils from both schools to learn about eachothers’ cultures and values. “Our…