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Our Careers and Destinations Lead Miss Williams writes about a recent event for students to meet and interact with an engineering mechanic: Last Thursday we had the privilege of having Louise Baker, a female mechanic in to speak about her experiences in the world of work.  The day started with a selected group of Year...
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Year 7 students attended a personal safety assembly which included a drama monologue exploring the themes of exploitation and grooming. The assembly began with actor Jodi Brée adopting the character of Danielle, an impressionable 14-year old girl who was drawn into a friendship with an older man called Callum. Callum used information he had researched...
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After welcoming our new Year 7 students to Heart of England on Tuesday, we began the new academic year with a whole school assembly on the first full day back after the summer break. “We always begin with a whole school assembly because it is an opportunity to come together as a community,” began Mr...
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Our Sixth Year 13s have been celebrating beginning their exam leave with a Leavers’ Assembly.  Meeting in the hall, the students marked the end of their time at Heart of England with this final get-together with messages of good luck, awards and lots of memories! The assembly began with a brief message from the Principal...
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This week was #antibullyingweek and House assemblies have been on the topic of choosing respect and creating a culture of speaking out whenever we see any bullying.  Joe Morris outlines some of the important issues raised in the presentations: Assistant Principal Mr Hawkes hosted anti-bullying assemblies and he talked about the Anti-Bullying Alliance’s week-long campaign...
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Year 8 have had an assembly on how small changes can have a big impact.  Creating new habits which have long-lasting benefits can have small beginnings and it’s surprising where they could lead. The assembly was led by Key Stage 3 co-ordinator Joe Newton and he began by saying that although many students have made...
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