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On Thursday we welcomed all the Year 6 students who will be joining us for Year 7 in September 2022.  During the Transition Day the students met their tutors, were welcomed by the Principal and took part in lessons including English, maths and science. The day began with a welcome from our Principal Miss Hughes-Williams...
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Singing bowls
Tucked away in Leveson is our lovely Well-Being room.  It’s a bit like the Tardis – its looks small but seems much larger inside. It has an array of colourful, crystal singing bowls.  One of which was donated to the school by a Teachers’ Union last summer. The Well-Being room is equipped with a few...
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Year 9 students have started the week with some special workshops to help them ‘find their own hero’ in developing a sense of self, in confidence-building and to recognise and deal with bullying.  The sessions started with students gathering in the hall in three separate sessions to take part in a workshop led by coach...
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When new members of staff join us, they bring with them their skills, working practices and professionalism to the benefit of our students and other staff.  This term, we introduce our new SENDCo Mr Chauhan-Treadwell who brings a little extra something… Since the beginning of term our new Assistant Principal for Inclusion and SENDCo (Special...
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Assistant Principal Mr Haston has been coordinating some activities around academic recovery throughout the school.  Here he writes about one of the initiatives called Resilient Me which we ran in April for Years 9, 10 and 11: As part of our school’s community-academic recovery, we have invested in an external company called Resilient Me to...
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photograph of minibus
After many years of faithful service, one of our minibuses has been replaced with a new one.  Last week saw the delivery of our lovely new bus, complete with updated graphics and up-to-date comfortable interior. Heart of England School are delighted to take delivery of its new school minibus.  Having fundraised over a number of...
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Digital Detox The Digital Detox countdown has begun!  With 5 school days to go until 14 March, everyone in school is preparing for the great day “D-Day” when mobile phones, smart devices and earpods/headphones are put away whilst in school.In anticipation of the beginning of the five-day countdown and “D-Day” itself all the year assemblies...
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“The visions we offer our children shape the future.  It matters what those visions are.  Often they become self-fulfilling prophecies.  Dreams are maps.” Carl Sagan I suspect you are weary of repetition with regard to the unpredictable and unprecedented nature of the year that is drawing to a close.  We have all navigated exceptional challenges...
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During October we launched our Open Week Event for those seeking to join us for Year 7 in September 2022.  Although mostly online, the event was of a hybrid nature with some visits to school by small groups. The week started with the launch of the new and updated 2022 Prospectus which includes material about...
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Photo by Aleksandr Eremin on Unspash
In a final message of the year, our Principal Miss Hughes-Williams reflects on the journey and the changes we’ve all faced over the last year: It is not easy to capture the levels of challenge and change that everyone in our communities have risen to this academic year.  The competing pressures on families has been...
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