It is sobering to think that prior to 24th February, children in Ukrainian schools will have been enjoying their education and the enrichment opportunities their schools provided. The shocking invasion by Russian troops shattered that peace and the established international norms regarding the sovereignty of nations. Ms Milburn led a dedicated assembly… CLICK FOR FULL BULLETIN
“Reading helps me escape into the author’s world,” said a former Year 11 pupil as she pondered the central role the school library played during her time at Compass. We agree! Reading is truly a gateway to other worlds, minds and within these, further learning. So I am delighted to see… Read the full Community Bulletin here
We value pupils’ mental health and wellbeing, so our Student Wellbeing week came at an opportune time to address those post Christmas blues. Activities led by The Nest and Paper Garden, reminded us of the value of connecting with…. Read more
There was much Christmas cheer as our community came together on the 10th December, to enjoy our Christmas Fair. It’s been a while since we were all together and what better time to celebrate than the festive season? So we dusted our decorations off…
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A brand new school for our community!
Work is set to start on our new building with an anticipated completion date of May 2023. This means the 2021-22 academic year will be the last full year on our current site! With state-of-the-art learning and sports facilities, the new The Charter School Bermondsey just next door, will facilitate a fantastic education for our young people. Read more
“One kind word” was the theme for this year’s anti-bullying week that ran from 15th – 19th November. The Charter School Bermondsey shares the view of the Anti-Bullying Alliance that kindness is more important today than it has ever been. Read the full Community Bulletin 30.11.21
Marking Remembrance At this time of year we see our nation at its finest: united in remembrance of the fallen in the Great War and conflicts since. They, from all walks of life, nationalities and identities, gave their lives in service of our country and ideals so we can enjoy the freedom we hold today. Click here to read full bulletin
There was a fitting end to Black History Month with visible celebration of our diverse community. This year’s theme was “Proud to be” and Deputy Head Boy, Mohamado, used this as inspiration to encourage pupils to reflect on what makes them proud, and to celebrate this with a smiling portrait taken by Ms Ragusa. These were collated into a fantastic display. There is more to come as Mohamado hopes to bring Kay Rufai’s, Smiling Boys project to The Charter School Bermondsey…. Click link below for full bulletin.
Author visits play a critical role in inspiring pupils to read, and the visit of Femi Fadugba hit the (book)mark with pupils who snapped up signed copies of his new book, the The UpperWorld.