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26/05/22

We've been in touch with and can confirm this damage was not caused by students. We take vandalism & anti-social behaviour very seriously, and glad to hear that our students are meeting our standards. Do get in touch if you have any further concerns

25/05/22

Great turnout for the football tournament, completely organised by the year 9 Sports Leaders! Dodgeball is up next on the 8th May! 🎉 https://t.co/OY2sF3Y1E8

21/05/22

30 - 40 mins

21/05/22

And the mini bus is off!! https://t.co/Gh6DfUf6SP

21/05/22

And they are off! https://t.co/qeP1JFdK8C

21/05/22

Tents and coming and the groups are getting ready to walk! https://t.co/xOMoUzdlbo

21/05/22

Good morning! Students are up (no alarm required with the sun) and getting ready to start day two. https://t.co/xRWKEuJnA4

20/05/22

Night night https://t.co/SmTf9j3Nqv

20/05/22

This is what D of E is about. No technology, the great outdoors come rain or shine. Back to basics! https://t.co/B1q4s26ine

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Announcement

Mental Health Awareness Week - 9th-15th May 2022 "Together we can tackle loneliness"

Mental health awareness week may 2022

One in four adults feel lonely some or all, of the time.  There’s no single cause and there’s no one solution.  After all, we‘re all different!  But the longer we feel lonely, the more we are at risk of mental health problems. Some people are also at higher risk of feeling lonely than others.

For Mental Health Awareness Week this year, the focus is on raising awareness of the impact of loneliness on our mental health and the practical steps we can take to address it.

 

As a school we are recognising this in a number of ways:

  • Special assemblies on Mental Health Awareness
  • Students can buy green ribbons in support of Mental Health Awareness for 50p with all proceeds going to the Mental Health Charity ‘Mind’. Please see Miss Thompson or Mr Robertson in school
  • There will be drop-in sessions running after school from 3.45 – 4.30pm, if students would like to attend this, please come along to the network area
  • Music will be played on arrival at student entrance to brighten up their mornings!

To support your child(ren) at home, and continue the conversations we are having in school, please click HERE to view a crib sheet which provides further information and useful points of contact.

For more information on mental health please visit their website via:

https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/mental-health-awareness-week

Or, visit the Health and Wellbeing section of our school website by clicking here.