Contact Tracing and Keeping Your Child at Home if Unwell
Posted: 1 month ago
Our website has a dedicated page promoting Community Clubs and Resources to promote local and country-wide resources for parents, carers and young people. Go and have a look! If you know of something we should have on our website to share on this page on our website, let us know in the comments! https://bit.ly/3rBVhFH
Our former student, Annabel, will be taking part in a Zip-Line in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust! Annabel's journey with cancer started in January of 2015, when she was diagnosed with bone cancer in her leg. By March, she had to have my leg amputated above the knee. "Thanks to my loving family and friends and a lot of support from Teenage Cancer Trust at UCLH - University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, I am still here to share my story. There was so much for us all, I had the activity room, Mum and Dad could stay at Paul's house near MacMillan Centre London. My family and I always felt so protected and well cared for; all I had to do was stay strong. Thanks to all for your love and continued support xx" If you would like to donate to Annabel's fundraiser, then please follow the below link: https://bit.ly/3eU3Abw
This May, we are taking part in Plantlife: saving wild plants #NoMowMay This means that certain areas of the academy will not be mowed by our Site Team. The reason for this is to help our bees, butterflies and wildlife survive, by providing food and pollen. We will keep you updated on how long our grass gets and the different types of wildlife we can see on the academy grounds.
One of our teachers, Mrs Klein, signed up for Education Support's Strides for Stress 30 miles in April challenge. We are proud to announce that Mrs Klein completed the challenge; logging up 31.2 miles over the Easter holiday, and raised £150 in sponsorship. Well done Mrs Klein!
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