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19/10/21

VACANCY: Teacher of Science https://t.co/3kWp0fzlcM Closing date for applications: Friday 12 November, noon

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19/10/21

Today we are celebrating the life of Shirley Jackson! https://t.co/FzTarmrZZW

15/10/21

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

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15/10/21

Today we are celebrating the life of Jesse Owens! https://t.co/RqSD3I2hM5

15/10/21

Don't forget to save the date for our online Parent Forum about keeping children safe online! Monday 18 October 7pm https://t.co/BptaJjgL8c

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15/10/21

Well done to Sophie D in Y11 for her excellent oil pastel work! https://t.co/hqJ2EvH7Qj

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15/10/21

Black and British by David Olusoga is a brilliant book that everyone would benefit from reading. It is particularly good for a younger audience. Olusoga describes it as "the book I wish I had been given to read when I was at school". https://t.co/IlxIYBFIXR

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14/10/21

Retweetd From ADHDAwarenessMonth

Not everyone receives as a diagnosis in child. J. Faye Dixon, PhD, says when difficulties arise later adult & medical professionals take a second look & find ADHD has been the cause of their struggles. https://t.co/ha4Oj4u0Ab https://t.co/L0zd92VQvA

14/10/21

We are helping to raise awareness for ADHD. October is https://t.co/TAm36Q8OCl

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14/10/21

Y11 revision tip - chunking technique! https://t.co/TphTek6WNG

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14/10/21

Today we are celebrating the life of Chadwick Mary Seacole! https://t.co/uiafjkAC7O

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14/10/21

Well done to Willow N in Y7 for her stunning Cinderella's slipper drawing. The details and colour rendering are absolutely beautiful! https://t.co/nfuPiMkf31

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13/10/21

Y10 Art continued - Well done to Orla K, Diana J, Lily T, Emily P, Jess S, and Anh-ha N for producing these outstanding drawings as part of their GCSE coursework. https://t.co/57rMPOpGvm

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13/10/21

Year 10 have been working tirelessly on drawing and recording using pencil and colour pencils, they have been working from their own photographs, focusing on recording structures found within natural forms. https://t.co/zqMGGmK69K

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12/10/21

October is ADHD Awareness Month. Find out more how you can help celebrate ADHD Awareness Month and help raise awareness here. https://t.co/oJtr7cLDV3 https://t.co/tHXBat5PQs

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12/10/21

Today we are celebrating the life of Chadwick Boseman! https://t.co/hlsKbatTe2

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12/10/21

Y11 revision tip - using flashcards! https://t.co/wKPPTGgmRA

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11/10/21

Our Y11 Revision Guide is available to read on our website. https://t.co/8d1CSh5j4u https://t.co/lfGG2MpbFq

Posted on: 18/06/2021

Drop Everything And Read (D.E.A.R. time)

As part of our whole-school drive to encourage our students to engage with ‘Reading For Pleasure’, all KS3 students are now participating in Drop Everything And Read 3 times per week. Students will be reading three times per week for 20 minutes which will occur across a varied range of curriculum and pastoral time. This means that students will need to have a reading book in their bags every day on an ongoing basis as reading times will vary throughout the week. 
 
How can you help to support your child at home with their reading?
• Check they have a reading book in their bag – if they don’t have a book from home we can help them find one in the school library. If your child is unsure about how to find one at school then they should speak to their form tutor who can help with this. 
• Encourage them to spend time ‘Reading for Pleasure’ at home.
• Ask them questions about what they are reading and what they find interesting about it. 
• Ask them about their reading experiences, as often they are unsure about speaking to their teachers about their reading challenges. 
Are they finding reading difficult? Do they understand what they are reading? Are they unmotivated? Are they pushing themselves to read more interesting books?
• Talk to them about what you are reading, or some of your favourite books that you have read over time.
• Get your child to read aloud to you sometimes, as this can really help with building confidence and fluency. 

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