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  • ‘Teen Talk’ and Domestic Violence

    ‘Teen Talk’ and Domestic Violence

    We work with the Pathways Project (www.pathway-project.co.uk) in Lichfield and they have asked us to share the following message which relays their support programme for local teens facing issues with domestic violence in their own home: It is estimated that 1 in 5 children are exposed to domestic abuse.  For […]

     
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  • COVID Update – W/B 18 January – Home Learning Consultation

    COVID Update – W/B 18 January – Home Learning Consultation

    The following message was sent out to parents on Tuesday 19 January 2021:   Well, we are 2 weeks into home learning, and there are a few other topics to update you on, but as a priority we wanted to ask for your views on our home learning provision. Consequently, […]

     
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  • Focus Week – British Heroes – Stephen Hawking

    Focus Week – British Heroes – Stephen Hawking

    Our Focus Week programme takes our students on a journey around a myriad of themes throughout the school year and one of them is about British Heroes & Heroines. This week we are focusing on the life and work of Stephen Hawking, the renowned physicist, cosmologist and author, who died […]

     
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  • Cotton swab with tube labelled as Coronavirus

    Call to Arms on COVID Testing

    The following message was sent out to parents on Monday 18 January 2021:   We really need your help… The current COVID testing plans call for full testing on the return to school for every child and at this point we are working to that end. The bottom line is […]

     
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  • THE 5 WAYS TO WELLBEING – TAKE NOTICE

    THE 5 WAYS TO WELLBEING – TAKE NOTICE

    Life is hectic, and when we spend all our time rushing around, working hard, playing hard and hanging out online it can really start to take its toll on our ability to cope mentally. Paying more attention to the present moment can improve your mental wellbeing.  This includes your thoughts […]

     
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  • THE FIVE WAYS TO WELLBEING – GIVE

    THE FIVE WAYS TO WELLBEING – GIVE

    Here we are on day four of our wellbeing week.  How are you doing? Today we are focussing on the act of giving to help improve our wellbeing.  Research suggests that acts of giving and kindness can help improve your mental wellbeing by: creating positive feelings and a sense of […]

     
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  • 5 WAYS TO WELLBEING – LEARN

    5 WAYS TO WELLBEING – LEARN

    It’s so easy to get stuck in a rut and with our current at home schedules of home learning and scheduled breaks it is easy to settle into routines that can stifle our creativity and learning.  Developing new skills and learning about new things is vital to help us develop […]

     
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  • Home Schooling Brings PS4 & X-Box Revenge

    Home Schooling Brings PS4 & X-Box Revenge

    The move to home learning can be a tough one but one bonus is that parents can forget about the battle to get their children off the PS4 or X-Box as they can both be used to access Office 365 and their schoolwork. Both these games machines can be used […]

     
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  • Young Historian ‘VE Day’ Competition

    Young Historian ‘VE Day’ Competition

    The Spirit of Normandy Trust is running a creative competition for children across the country as part of their work to commemorate the 8 May 2021 which sees the 76th anniversary of Victory in Europe and the end of World War Two. The competition asks for entrants to design a […]

     
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  • FIVE WAYS TO WELLBEING – CONNECT

    FIVE WAYS TO WELLBEING – CONNECT

    At the present time, we might find that we miss the opportunity to meet up with our friends and socialise.  Living closely with our family can also be hard work from day to day especially when we are all at home so much of the time.  In these circumstances it […]

     
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