Science trip to the Centre of the Cell

Science trip to the Centre of the Cell - Queen Mary University

Friday, 03 March 2017
29 Year 9 students set out to Queen Mary University to explore the ‘Centre of the Cell’. The centre is designed to give pupils the opportunity to learn about the amazing world of cells, the human...
FGCS wins Evening Standard award

FGCS wins Evening Standard award

Thursday, 02 March 2017
FGCS has won the Evening Standard Outstanding Achievement in Challenging Circumstances Award. We were the only secondary in the capital to go from an Ofsted “requires improvement” to “outstanding”...
British Olympian visits FGCS

British Olympian visits FGCS

Wednesday, 22 February 2017
European Taekwondo Champion and Great British Olympian, Lutalo Muhammad, has paid a special visit to FGCS. The silver medallist, who is known as the most successful male in British taekwondo history...
BBC Radio 4

FGCS pupils on BBC Radio 4's Listening Project

Monday, 06 February 2017
FGCS pupils Humayrah and Saima have been featured on BBC Radio 4's Listening Project, disussing how they see their faith reflected in the media and how it makes them feel. Please visit the following...
FGCS soars up nationwide tables

FGCS soars up nationwide tables

Monday, 06 February 2017
FGCS is celebrating its position amongst the top 20 in the country for GCSE results progress. As well as being the 14th best in England and Wales, we are now the fourth best in the capital and number...
5 tips to give your children healthy food

5 tips to give your children healthy food

Friday, 03 February 2017
As we're told that the growing gap between rich and poor puts the health of the UK's children at risk, FGCS Food Champion Nick Shapland appears on Channel 5 News to explain how you can make your kids...
Conductive Music Workshops

Conductive Music Workshops

Wednesday, 25 January 2017
Last week Year 9 GCSE Music students took part in a series of workshops with Conductive Music. During the workshops they created their own electronic instruments and music using everyday objects,...
Charity Human Jukeboxes

Human Jukeboxes Raised Money for Charity!

Wednesday, 04 January 2017
In the last week of term Izach, Nuria, Kayssa and Tiarna from Year 7 performed as Charity Human Jukeboxes! Students had to pay 20p to request a song with all donations going to charity. Hamza, an ...
FGCS in the Financial Times

School's transformation praised in the Financial Times

Thursday, 15 December 2016
FGCS has featured in today's Financial Times! Read the story below: School in poor, immigrant neighbourhood rises to top the tables Forest Gate Community School rated outstanding by Ofsted after...
RE Reward Trips

Religious Education Reward Trips

Tuesday, 13 December 2016
The students of Forest Gate Community School had a unique opportunity to visit three places of worship linked to their in depth study of Sikhism, Hinduism and Islam. The most recent visit was a trip...