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  • Open events- Booking now open

    Published 07/09/22
    Open Mornings: We are really looking forward to showing our prospective year 6 families our school. This event is for Year 6 parents and carers and is a ticket only event.  You will have the opportunity to see our school during normal
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  • St Mary Magdalene Secondary Phase celebrates excellent results for its first GCSE cohort

    Published 31/08/22

    At St Mary Magdalene, we have been congratulating and celebrating with our Year 11 students as they receive their GCSE results. In what has been a challenging few years for young people across the country, the excellent accomplishments of St Mary Magdalene students are testimony to their hard work, and the dedication and support of their teachers. We congratulate all of our students on their hard work and accomplishments, no matter what grade they are awarded. Many students have surpassed their own expectations; many have also triumphed in the face of enormous difficulties. We are very proud of all of our students.

    We congratulate all students on their successes, and note the particular achievements of some individuals. Two students achieved all of their GCSEs at grades 7 to 9, seven students achieved more than half their grades at 8s and 9s, and twenty-five students achieved at least four grade 7s or above.

    Whatever our students’ ​GCSE results, we know their determination and persistence has helped them to achieve these outcomes. We are proud of their efforts and look forward to welcoming students from St Mary Magdalene and other secondary schools to our Sixth Form in September.

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  • Royal Borough of Greenwich Literature Quiz

    Published 06/07/22

    As part of the enrichment programme in the Library, students had an exciting opportunity to represent SMM among other schools in a yearly Royal Borough of Greenwich Literature Quiz. Students had an exciting chance to compete and test their literature knowledge.

    The RBG Quiz was a great event and among many teams, our pupils were awarded 4th place.



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  • Futureversity Summer Programme 2022

    Published 27/06/22

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  • DofE Bronze award

    Published 23/05/22

    Over the course of two weekends, 28 of our students took part on their Bronze Expedition all passing with flying colours.


    On the first weekend students embarked on a 16km trek through Epping forest before arriving at campsite. Despite some of our students over packing they all kept the morale high whilst working together to navigate a map with an instructor. Students worked in groups to set up tents, cook dinner and prepare breakfast and set up a camp fire for the evening. 

    The weekend was finished off by a 16km walk back to the station without the help of an instructor. 

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  • Humantopia

    Published 25/04/22

    On Tuesday 19th April, a group of year 9 students had the opportunity to attend the Humanutopia event at The Royal Borough of Greenwich Professional Development Centre. This was attended by young people from 4 other schools in the borough.

    The day was led by an inspirational facilitator Graham, who encouraged our students to feel more hopeful for their future, develop confidence, overcome barriers, consider their behaviour and understand themselves and each other better.

     The day began by helping students consider their circumstances, past and barriers that have led them to who they are today. They then took part in a number of activities that were designed to empower students to work to overcome these barriers, think more positively about their lives and develop more confidence. 

    Although a challenging and thought-provoking day, feedback from students was extremely positive and we look forward to hosting Graham at school to work with the whole year group later in the term.

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  • L&Q Careers Coaching

    Published 19/04/22

    A selection of Year 11 students have been taking part in a careers coaching programme across this academic year, to help prepare them for their post-16 options and beyond. Most recently the students were visited by a number of volunteers from L&Q for a networking event, allowing the students to gain advice and insight about the world of work and the different paths the volunteers had taken to reach their current roles. 


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  • Future Frontiers

    Published 31/03/22

    A number of our Year 10 students were invited to visit either the Informatech or Funding Circle offices in Central London as a part of the Future Frontiers Careers Coaching Programme. This allowed students to discuss what career they would like to pursue and how to get there, gaining insight and inspiration from professional role models.

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  • SMM performance of Hamilton

    Published 11/02/22

    On Tuesday 8thand Thursday 10thFebruary our secondary students performed an adaptation of the critically acclaimed musical, Hamilton. The performing arts department, led by Mr McInnis, put on a spectacle of a show to staff and students which included singing, dancing and acting with over 60 performers involved.

    Alexander Hamilton was played by Jericho Baruwa 8CDK,

    Definitely a superstar in the making! 


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  • “Christmas Short Story” Competition

    Published 28/01/22

    Among many fantastic entries from our pupils the below stories where outstanding, therefore we are pleased to announce the winners of the Library “Christmas Short Story” competition. 

    Oceanne Serago 11 LHN“Christmas Chaos!”

    Divine Balogun 10JBN “ A Christmas Night”

    Funanya Odu 11KMS“A Very Different Christmas Time”

    These amazing short stories will be featured as part of our student library collection of stories where all members of school community will have a chance to read them.

    Well done all! 

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  • RBG Poetry Competition

    Published 06/01/22

    As a part of enrichment programs in the Library some of our students have participated in the RBG Poetry Competition.

    Eniola’s poem “Other” stood out to many of the judging panels for its emotion and powerful use of repetition to challenge attitudes effectively. The use of questions also added to the overall effect.

    As a result poem “Other” by Eniola Oladimeji 10AOU is the runner up in the whole KS4 in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.

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  • 2021 BHM competition ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

    Published 08/11/21

    To celebrate Black History Month SMM Library has run the yearly whole school Poetry Competition inspired by Black History. We have had a huge amount of entries and among many amazing works from students.

    We are pleased to announce that the following poems;

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