Congratulations to all the students who are making such a huge effort with their Home Learning. Here are our Home Learning Superstars from Y7, Y8, Y9, Y10 and Y11.
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Last night’s government announcement: Boris Johnson has announced a complete lockdown of the UK, instructing people not to leave their homes or meet in groups of more than two people. This is to further enforce social distancing measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
With this in mind, you must only send your child to school if it is absolutely essential. It is important that no student or member of staff should come to school that has not been scheduled to do so. Students that are due to attend school must only do so where no safe alternative is available. We strongly encourage parents to make alternative arrangements where possible to reduce contact with people outside of the family home and risk spreading the virus.
We all need to play our part to keep ourselves safe and help reduce the strain on our local NHS services.
Thank you for your ongoing support during this challenging time.
There’s a range of different online portals to help students study at home. Please find the list below
https://www.linguascope.com/ Username and Password has been emailed to students
PEJoe Wicks daily isolation PE lesson. 9am every Monday-Friday.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ
As a full school students all have access to https://www.samlearning.com/ and recommendhttps://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize
We have also been made aware of the following to support home learning:Audible Stories – whilst schools are closed – Amazon Audible are offering a range of stories / titles https://stories.audible.com/discovery
Pearson – providing free access to some of their digital secondary resources – https://www.pearson.com/uk/educators/schools/update-for-schools/secondary-support.html
Oxford University Press – information here – including stating that they are offering free access to education platforms for an extended period https://global.oup.com/news-items/homepage/access?cc=gb&WT.ac=access
Teachit Geography – a free individual subscription until end of April 2020 https://www.teachitgeography.co.uk/membership?utm_source=Teachit%20Geography&utm_medium=Slider&utm_campaign=COVID-19%20membership%20slider
Seneca – fantastic free geography teaching resources https://www.senecalearning.com/blog/the-best-free-teaching-resources/
BBC Class Clips – lots of different subjects https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/SkP7HzwFrVqTqXDyFDGn71/class-clips-secondary
Twinkl – have home learning and school closure packs available for free – https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/covid19-school-closures
As a trust, we understand how vital it is to keep frontline services, such as NHS, police, fire, and ambulance services, available to support our communities. With this in mind, please complete the google form, if you work for any of the above services. We will endeavour to provide onsite education to the children of frontline personnel should we have to close any of our schools.
For coronavirus advice, please click here.
On Friday 28th Feb, some of our performers from years 7, 9 & 10 visited the Troubadour Wembley Park theatre where they were given VIP access to a special meeting with star of Strictly Come Dancing and the lead of The Wedding Singer show, Kevin Clifton. Kevin spent time being grilled by our students as to his inspirations, favourite Dances and musical pieces, his favourite celebrities and his own coping strategies for pre-performance nerves. The pupils were interested to hear his thoughts about how movement can tell a story or evoke emotions in a person. He then took time to pose for photographs with pupils and staff and now the pupils were in the know, they were able to sit back to enjoy the Wedding Singer performance even more. Kevin would have been proud that the pupils as always were a credit to the Clifton name. It was clear that they had put time into thinking of the most interesting and relevant questions that they could.
The evening was a big success for all concerned.
Y11 Parents Evening has been cancelled- further information to follow.
We apologise for any inconvenience
On Thursday 12th March 2020, Mrs. Bittles-Kincaid took 16, Y7 dancers from the after school dance club to the Rotherham schools dance competition held at Aston. Mrs. Bittles-Kincaid was amazed at how great they were on stage seen as it was their very first competition. They came second out of 4 schools. All students conducted themselves both on and off stage.
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