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15/09/20

Sixth form hard at work as usual ⁦https://t.co/jJ1DJg1kYV

04/09/20

And today it was time for years 8, 9,10 and 13. Smiling faces and great attendance.

03/09/20

Wonderful to see nearly all students in year 7, 11 and 12 are in and learning today!

26/08/20

277 new year 7 students in at different times this week across the two campuses for induction days. A brilliant start!

24/08/20

Christine will go to Cambridge University to study Human, social and political sciences. We are so proud of you Christine!!!!

24/08/20

Over 90% of our first Clocktower year 6 cohort attending today! Similar attendance all week last week at Beulah Hill! Hope you’ve loved your first day!

22/08/20

Really excited about welcoming our new year 7s to the Clocktower campus next week!

20/08/20

Congratulations to our brilliant year 11 students on their results! Excited to see so many of you staying in the sixth form

13/08/20

Congratulations to all our wonderful sixth form students on your achievements. We are incredibly proud of you all!

13/08/20

That’s lovely to hear! Thanks for the good wishes!

13/08/20

Retweetd From Edinburgh Admissions

Amazing news! Please pass on our congratulations to Zuzanna - we can't wait for her to start with us 🙂 Cat @ EdinburghUni

13/08/20

An A* and double distinction! It’s off to study Fine Arts at Metropolitan University for Sai! Stunning achievement! https://t.co/BrYMqzkK7M

13/08/20

A wonderful AAB from Ben and Owen! Bright futures ahead of you!

13/08/20

Wow Josh, congratulations on your A*AB!

13/08/20

A*AB for Tianah! What a superstar! Tianah heads to Westminster to study law! https://t.co/XAtMunvYda

13/08/20

ABB for Glalys who will study MFL at Birmingham University! Named last year as the student demonstrating the best effort at UCLs Summer School. Hard work pays off! ⁦https://t.co/aNjBFHClGy

13/08/20

3 distinctions - go Logan! Logan is headed to study accounting and finance at Birmingham! https://t.co/PGco9r3mGA

13/08/20

A distinction* and 2 distinctions! Olivia is going to study Fine Art at the University of the Arts! All those hours in the art court were worth it Olivia! https://t.co/svLDZDBa2j

13/08/20

3 distinctions in her CTECS! Sini is headed to Kingston into adult nursing! We’re proud of you Sini! https://t.co/oz6gAgBlVp

13/08/20

A brilliant ABB from Zuzanna who is off to study Ancient Civilisations at Edinburgh University! What an achievement! https://t.co/gFL64O3te5

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Allen House

Fay AllenAllen House 

House Master Mr Tubb
 

Our House Core values are:

- Bravery

Determination

Perseverance 

Our House is named after:

Sislin Fay Allen

Fay Allen,  was the first non-white woman police constable in the United Kingdom, serving in the Metropolitan Police in London from 1968 to 1972.

Allen was born in Jamaica. She qualified as a state registered nurse and worked at the Queen's Hospital, Croydon.

In 1968 saw a recruitment advertisement in the newspaper, applied, and was selected. The first black male officer, Norwell Roberts, had only joined the Metropolitan Police the previous year.

"On the day I joined I nearly broke a leg trying to run away from reporters," she told an interviewer later. "I realised then that I was a history maker. But I didn't set out to make history; I just wanted a change of direction."

After training at Peel House she was posted to Fell Road police station in Croydon, where she lived, on 29 April 1968, aged 29.

She experienced more prejudice from the black community than from her colleagues or from white people in Croydon, and was met largely with curiosity and considerable interest from the media, although the Metropolitan Police did receive some racist mail about her appointment, which initially made her consider whether she wanted to remain in the force. After a year in Croydon, she was posted to the Missing Persons Bureau at Scotland Yard for a while before being transferred back to
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