Year 10 pupils Igli Hasani and Egzon Rexha brought home the 1st place winners trophy for the final of the South East England Science and Technology challenge.
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Alisson was presented with her prize by the Mayor of Barking and Dagenham.
Alisson is a Year 11 student who won second prize for a competition to design the cover for a book written by a local historian Robert Little. The book: Not Just A Name, documents the lives of all the names on the Dagenham war memorial and has been/will be published as part of the commemoration of the First World War. Students from a couple of other schools in the Borough also entered the competition.
Children’s author Marcus Alexander visited Dagenham Park on Monday 8th December to host workshops and talk to us about being a famous children’s writer.
‘Congratulations to Dagenham Park Church of England School and all the other schools that have been recognised by our Gold Club programme. The Gold Club is based on the belief that all schools can aspire to attain excellence for all their pupils, whatever their circumstances. London schools are already doing well when compared to the rest of the country, but each of our Gold Club schools is making even great strides with their pupils. There is no one size fits all approach to raising standards, but we hope other schools will be able to benefit as a result of seeing what others in the capital are doing to achieve academic excellence. I see Gold Club schools as exemplars because they enable terrific results for all their young people’. -Boris Johnson