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  • In ENP, we value students as individuals and encourage them to be and to do the best they can.
  • Through the English language and through English-speaking culture we generate inter-cultural understanding, and foster the unique skills and experiences of each person.
  • We build on students’ enjoyment of learning, exploit their motivation and engagement, and encourage responsibility for their own development.
  • We promote reflective, critical and independent thinking to prepare students for the challenges and opportunities of life.

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Read the 2013 Inspectors' Report with Pupil & Parent Surveys 

Last Updated on Saturday, 13 December 2014 15:10
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 CM2 plays host to CERN speakers

Mike Barnes, Dave Barney, Francois Butin, Brice Copy, Michael Davis, Karl Gill, James Gillies,  Michael Hourican,  Lars Jorgensen, Gunnar Lindell,  Emma Sanders, Richard Scrivens,

Dan Van der Ster

On Wednesday 8th and Friday 10th October our CM2 journalists interviewed the scientists from CERN who visited ENP.

They took time out of their busy lives to answer the difficult questions posed by the pupils. These ranged from “Do you have a pet?” and “How did you become a physicist?” to “Why are you working at CERN?”, “What made you decide to write about CERN?” and “How does the LHC work?”

Last Updated on Monday, 01 December 2014 10:21

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