ENRICHMENT OPPORTUNITIES AT EASTLEA
At Eastlea we run and host a large and wide-ranging selection of enrichment activities, including many sporting activities such as football, rugby, basketball, netball, table tennis and drama. In addition, there are Disability and BTEC clubs too. The Physical Education department runs a variety of clubs in these sports and is also involved in a programme of fixtures against other schools. Students are encouraged to maximise on these opportunities to further their overall character and success.
For our range of Enrichment activities for Key Stage 3 and 4, please click here.
The Arts department run a number of clubs in Art, Drama and Music, where the learning culminates in student performances in front of peers, parents and the public.
We also hold a Saturday School for Years 5 and 6 students from local primary schools. It also hosts outside organisations in order to ensure our students experience an even wider range of activities such as judo, table tennis, basketball amongst others.
We also run a range of Exam Skills sessions, in particular for Key Stage 4 to further build on the curriculum taught in our classrooms. These take place at various times throughout the week. Students are strongly recommended to attend these clubs to maximise their chances of academic success.
For our Key Stage 3 study clubs, please click here.
For our Year 10 GCSE Exam Skills programme, please click here.
For our Year 11 GCSE Exam Skills programme, please click here.
EASTLEA DIGITAL DESIGN CLUB (EDDC)
By working with learners, amateurs & professionals in a social and informal setting we aim to make Digital Design more accessible to a wider range of young people and adults.
Beyond this we aim to contribute to making Eastlea Community School an important hub for promoting ICT, Design Technology & Digital Design awareness and a noted centre of learning in the wider community of East London.
Computer Training Suites
Multi Media studios
We are currently assembling a team of volunteer tutors, learning advisers & mentors who will help users get to grips with key Digital Design programs and work flow protocols. All parties involved in the EDDC project, in whatever capacity, proactively collaborate and support each other in developing their skills and learning potential through participation in projects, workshops and entrepreneurship.
EDDC Members are building solid foundation programs that covers all the core skill sets required to successfully progress in all the many exciting sectors of the 3D Design Industry.
This includes, (but is not limited to):
3D Design & Modelling and Printing
Visual Special Effects
Web Design & Management
EDDC Members continue to attract national and international interest from groups and organisations looking for new and experienced 3D talent. Examples are Ultimaker, Autodesk, iMakr, WHTV & Video, Raspberry Pi, Fab Foundation UK, etc.
Participation in the Club enables the next generation of technical professionals, in industries as varied as product design, medical technology, civil/electrical/mechanical engineering, etc. gain an important early advantage.
Allowing Members to boldly go and confidently succeed in whatever field or industry they chose.
Interested? Get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to get added to our mailing list.
The Breakfast club opening time is 7.30 – 8.30 am Monday to Friday during term time. Two members of staff run the club and are on hand to assist students with homework and reading. The menu includes a variety of healthy breakfast options, including toast, fruits, juices, yoghurts and cereals.
There are three basic rules to observe at Breakfast Club. These are:
Students need to display good behaviour at all times
Students are not permitted to bring their own food or drink into Breakfast Club, as the food eaten needs to conform to the Healthy School standards
All food must be eaten in the room, and not taken outside.