There were so many activities going on during the run up to the end of term; department trips, tours, music concerts and activity days, finishing with our annual staff BBQ, where staff get the chance to relax and socialise, are thanked for their hard work and dedication throughout the year and,  also to say goodbye to colleagues who are moving on.

We would like to wish all our students (including our prospective ones!), their families, our staff, LYDS Community Patrol, supporters and local community, a happy and healthy summer break.

So, until the results days in August…. ‘goodbye and stay safe’.

Here is a video snippet of some events that we didn’t get around to posting about just before the end of term….

  • Year 7 Activity Day
  • Year 8 Activity Day
  • Year 8 & 9 Maths & Computer Science Trip to Legoland
  • Year 10 Trip to Thorpe Park – 58 year 10 pupils were rewarded for their excellent behaviour and work throughout the year with a trip to Thorpe Park. The day went superbly and all the boys and teachers enjoyed themselves and the glorious sunny weather.
  • Year 7 Choir perform for local residents – Our fabulous choir, EGS Voices, joined local choir “Adorned” at Ponders End Methodist Church for a performance for local residents. Our fabulous singing teacher Paula Thompson led the choir and they all sang brilliantly! We had lots of comments from the audience about how fantastic they were and looked forward to the next performance.
  • Year 7 perform at St Andrews – The Year 7 boys put on a fantastic show for the year 5 and 6 students at St.Andrews Primary School. They performed a couple of songs and then showed off the various instruments and answered questions about life in year 7. Mr Kendrick then spoke about the Sports scholarship and how students can apply and excel at Enfield Grammar. All of the young students were fully engaged, asking questions and thoroughly enjoying the boys performance

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