Keeping you informed

 

A493 4889 copyDear Families,

 

Please check this space for updates and information that will be useful to you while school is closed.

 

 

 Messages

  • Click on the links below to see the latest information on:
  1. Work being set by teachers for Years 9, 10, 11 and 13
  2. Clarification on predicted grades for Year 11s

 

Teaching and Learning

  • It is essential for pupils in Years 9 and 10 to complete all their work for core subjects and Pathway courses that will give them the essential skills and knowledge to help them prepare for exams in the future. Year 12s should also be completing work for their chosen subjects.
  • Show My Homework have provided these tips when it comes to problems with submitting homework: 
  1. Ensure the student is logged in and not parents. Parents do not see the Submit button under their login.

  2. Attachments should be no larger than 25 MB.

  3. Due to the amount of internet traffic, documents may take longer to send and it may take a few seconds before the confirmation message is shown. Users may not see if they log out too quickly.

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Special mentions

  • Congratulations from English teacher Ms Fletcher to year 7s, who have been reading about key survival techniques needed if stranded in the wild. They’ve turned this information into a story.  A special mention goes to Zain for his vivid description of surviving after a plane crash.
  • A big well done from Head of Music, Mr Keil, to: Amiyah Hussain, Ren-Nell Symphorien, Raunaq Ali, Nayema Haque, Thomas Parkes, Mariya Begum in Year 7 and Aysha Begum, Taybah Ahmed, Adeeba Nusrat Hossain, Tanisha Taher in Year 8;  for their excellent results in the Music Theory homework (all scoring 85% or above!)

 

Update on  Coronavirus (COVID - 19)

What you need to do:

  • Only go outside for food, health reasons or essential work
  • Stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other peopls
  • Wash your hands as soon as you get home

Anyone can spread the virus. See full government guidance

The single most important action we can all take, in fighting coronavirus, is to stay at home in order to protect the NHS and save lives.

When day-to-day contact with other people is reduced, we will reduce the spread of the infection. That is why the government introduced its new measures yesterday (23 March 2020).

See the full guidance on staying at home away from others here

Wishing everyone the very best.

Jemima Reilly,

Headteacher

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