‘The Tempest’ by Louise Kirkwood, 6th Form
Louis Kirkwood 6th Form
The Tempest (self-review)
One evening, just before the end of last term, we went to the Stanley Halls at Norwood Junction (near the Brit School). We did a Shakespeare play called ‘The Tempest’, where I played 'Trinculo' a drunk-like rocker and I had lots of fun in that role
Eagle House School (Sutton) Science Challenge Success
Science is a popular subject at Eagle House School due to science teacher, Ruth, bringing it alive and keeping a tough subject fascinating. She also keeps pupils on their toes, so last month, two teams of 6 pupils from year 10 and 11 were entered for this years Sutton Education Business Partnership Science & Engineering Challenge
World Class Musician at Eagle House School (Sutton)
Thursday, 17th March 2016
What an amazing day it has been! Earlier this morning I walked through the top corridor of Eagle House and heard music coming from downstairs – the whole building was jumping with powerful bass beats and curiosity got the better of me.
Standing at the front of the school hall facing a packed audience of eager pupils was Tommy Emmerton, a world class guitarist who has toured with the best and biggest names in the business –jazz legends Eddie Henderson, Gary Bartz and classical singer, Katherine Jenkins,
Natural History Museum Visit
Museum visit brings Natural History and Science alive for Eagle House Pupils - Swan Class
An Eagle House School education offers our children the opportunity to spread their educational wings and take magical trips to amazing places.
We know how important it is for our children with autism to experience the wider world first hand – not just in the classroom, and they relish every minute! This is the story of Swan Class’s recent visit to the Natural History Museum in Central London