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In the morning our Year 12 Students were joined by their peers from Samuel Ryder and Bushey Academy to attend 6 talks which they had selected from a carousel of 60 presentations delivered by Industry professionals. In the afternoon, our Year 10 students attended the Careers Fair, in response to many STEM companies requesting this early engagement. The companies commented how maturely they conducted themselves and they were impressed with the questions they asked and their levels of interest.

Over the course of the day over 1000 students joined us from 9 different Secondary Schools, a fact that helped us to retain and attract a high calibre of local, national and international companies with 70+ organisations filling our Sports Hall to capacity and all offering our young people specific information on post A Level Career opportunities within their own companies. Affinity Water, Britvic, Thomson Reuters and MBDA were among some of the new companies we welcomed this year and once again we attracted 8 of The Times Top 10 Graduate Recruitment Employers.

Our thanks to Pearldrop Films for capturing the event in this video.

SJL shortlisted for national award

19 April, 2010

Sir John Lawes is one of just 6 schools in the country to be shortlisted for the ‘Outstanding Sustainable School of the Year’ award as part of the Times Educational Supplements annual ‘Schools Awards’.

SJL Engineering Club wins top award

18 March, 2010

The Sir John Lawes School Year 9 Engineering team competed in the grand final of the Hertfordshire Go4SET engineering challenge on Wednesday 17th March as part of the National Science and Engineering Week.

SJL success recognised at SSAT event

10 March, 2010

Schools have been recognised for their high attainment in the 2009 GCSE exams at an awards ceremony held in London by the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust and Sir John Lawes School was one of them.

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