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28/01/22

We are recruiting for a Teacher in charge of Specialist Resource Provision - ASD students with mild to moderate learning difficulties. Please see our website for more details. https://t.co/zY2S1FcGa6 Closing Date: Friday 11 February, noon

28/01/22

Please find our weekly newsletter on our website. https://t.co/TArEHFFa3w

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27/01/22

Thank you to Richmond Synagogue and Holocaust survivor, Annick for giving our Y9 students a talk and workshop examining the Holocaust to help commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day. Please see our website to find out more about the session. https://t.co/v6TYt6tGqJ https://t.co/HGlyawvbEq

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27/01/22

Message from Ms Broome: Well done to all my Year 11 students who completed part of their GCSE Food practical exam this week. Excellent organisation and dedication from everyone! https://t.co/bmPlP4WcbU

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27/01/22

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4/4 Parent event 3:‘The Ultimate Career Experience’ 💡 Wed 23 Mar, 7pm. Parents will get the opportunity to find out more about the immersive summer career experiences InvestIN offers to students aged 12-18. Discover more and register for free: https://t.co/0g330x16AJ https://t.co/r5ITSthdkH

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27/01/22

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3/4 Parent event 2:‘Breaking into Business’ 💼 Wed 9 Mar, 7pm. To celebrate we are breaking down barriers and busting common misconceptions about women in business, and how your daughters can shape the future! Register for free: https://t.co/0g330x16AJ https://t.co/0ftd2XspRi

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27/01/22

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2/4 …Parent event 1: ‘Making it in the Medical Sciences’ 🩺Wed 9 Feb, 7pm. Hear from leading experts in medicine, dentistry & veterinary science discuss the ways your child can kick start their journey into medical sciences! Register for free: https://t.co/0g330x16AJ https://t.co/DsA49lq9w9

27/01/22

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1/4 🚨 It’s time to announce our first 3 parent events of 2022! 🚨These FREE online evening events offer parents exclusive tips and advice for helping their children plan for their future careers. First up…

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27/01/22

Capital Tuition Group - February Half Term & Easter Holidays GCSE Y11 Revision Days Reserve a place here. https://t.co/ETh2OgDWKj https://t.co/TJ6MEwGqwc

26/01/22

We are recruiting for a Teacher of Product Design and/or Resistant Materials (Main Scale) Please see our website for more details. https://t.co/zY2S1FcGa6 Closing Date: Friday 18 February, noon

24/01/22

We are recruiting for a SENCO Administration Assistant Please see our website for more details. https://t.co/zY2S1FcGa6 Closing Date: Friday 4 February, noon

24/01/22

LEH School is running a series of Wellbeing Wednesday talks and is kindly offering their lecture series to our parents, staff, and older students. Families will receive an email today with a link to register. https://t.co/1Sh5P4WJQi

21/01/22

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20/01/22

Congratulations to Bina Mehta, an ex-student of who has been awarded an MBE! https://t.co/aXp8i15LPU

14/01/22

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07/01/22

We have added a few new clubs to our extra-curricular timetable. Have a look on our website to find out what they are. https://t.co/aJmQGLdqzt

07/01/22

VACANCY: Teacher of Media Studies and English (Main Scale) See our website for more details. https://t.co/zY2S1FcGa6 Closing Date: Friday 21 January, noon

07/01/22

VACANCY: Teacher of Product Design and/or Resistant Materials (Main Scale) See our website for more details. https://t.co/zY2S1FcGa6 Closing Date: Friday 21 January, noon

07/01/22

VACANCY: Finance Officer See our website for more details. https://t.co/zY2S1FcGa6 Closing Date: Friday 14 January, noon

07/01/22

VACANCY: Teacher of Computer Science (Main Scale) See our website for more details. https://t.co/zY2S1FcGa6 Closing Date: Friday 11 February, noon

Humanities

Humanities analyses the link between the past, present and the future, as well as the interactions between the human, physical and spiritual dimensions to understand the world we all live in. Humanities builds awareness of our culture, identity and our responsibility as global citizens towards others and our environment.

History

It is the knowledge and memory of our collective past that helps us to understand the world we live in today. By observing and understanding how people and societies behaved in the past, we develop our ability to understand and interpret all that we see and hear around us in the present. History gives us the opportunity to learn from the triumphs and mistakes of our predecessors, and as a result, it helps us become more impartial as decision-makers. History builds our understanding of how society was built by studying the role played by a variety of different factors, which helps to boost our respect towards different cultures, religions and political ideologies.

There is academic rigour to the study of History, with students being asked to analyse and evaluate contemporary and secondary materials right from the beginning of Year 7. In the age of information and the deluge of ‘fake news,’ the ability to critique, contextualise and interrogate sources of any nature is more important than ever. The knowledge and skills acquired in history are still very relevant today for anyone hoping to succeed in education, the workplace and most of all: society at large.

Geography

Geography is the science of the surface of the Earth, its features and its inhabitants. Geography understand how global landscapes have been affected by fluvial, climatic and tectonic processes while valuing the variety of scenery our planet offers them. They think critically about the impacts humans have on these dynamic landscapes by analysing contemporary large scale problems from global warming and pollution to a shortage of natural resources and the cycle of poverty. They can discuss these issues in depth and explore solutions in order to make the world a better place. While doing so they develop a range of skills from problem solving, critical thinking, reasoning and literacy skills in conveying their ideas. Furthermore, geographers develop a range of mathematical and investigative skills from carrying out valuable and accurate fieldwork as well as reading different types of data from maps to graphs. These wide array of skills effectively prepares students for the future of a myriad of careers and supplements a range of subjects in its cross-curricular links, but also helps students effectively engage with current affairs.

Religion, Philosophy and Ethics (RPE)

Religion, Philosophy and Ethics (RPE) is analysing and learning about people within our community, society and world. It is about understanding why people act the way they do, why people have certain beliefs and values and where these beliefs and values come from. We analyse how religion helps form people’s identity and the role religion plays in global issues such as climate change, as well as understanding British society and culture, and how Christianity has shaped our culture and beliefs. RPE promotes acceptance and tolerance of people in a multicultural setting by learning about multiple traditions, values and practices to learn how religion has shaped this world throughout history and in our current society. RPE doesn’t always have a right answer and requires us to think about big philosophical questions such as why are we here? Can we prove God is real? Can we prove we exist? RPE allows you to critically assess what religious believers class as evidence and scrutinise the reliability of this evidence, it allows you to explore and question your own beliefs, morals and spirituality through partaking in healthy debates and discussions on topics such as abortion, capital punishment and animal experimentation. RPE also explores how religion has affected current society and shaped the world we live in with exploration of human rights through the study of Black Lives Matter, gender equality, homophobia and Islamophobia. RPE promotes equality through analysing our culture and identity to help build a better future for all.

Business Studies

Business Studies encourages students to evaluate decisions made by business leaders in the past, understand how they inform current entrepreneurs, and begin to conceptualise what the future business world will look like with themselves as the next generation of consumers, CEOs, and change makers.