As you may be aware, we use Signalong in school to support communication (click here to visit the Signalong website).
As we begin our Easter holiday I’d like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to our amazing pupils for your outstanding commitment to your learning in uncertain times.
This term has not been like any other – we returned on the 4th January with the announcement of the third lockdown for the country.
What a wonderful end to a very busy term! We’ve looked at ‘A Passport to the World’ which included researching different countries and cities.
Over recent months I have reported on the continued work we are doing with students around Mental Health and Wellbeing.
This week I had the privilege of sharing our Friday achievement assembly with pupils from Miss Mullen’s Year 9 class.
This week the college have been involved with Teen Tech in which they worked within their pathway groups to think about creating a City of Tomorrow – thinking about global and environm
Those of you who follow us on Facebook will have noted that Japan and Japanese culture have been our cross curricular topic theme this week.
Our second full week in and the students have settled back well into college life. The staff and students are continuing to follow all COVID protocols and learning has continued.
There’s a decidedly green theme to the first part of this week’s blog, albeit in very different ways! Learning Centre students have definitely got back into the swing of things quickly,