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Self-care and taking some time for yourself is vital for our wellbeing, so enjoy our ‘Wellbeing Thursday’ this week.

Our personal wellbeing is of prime importance at present with all the added strain of the pandemic and worries about our loved ones.

Stress can have a negative effect on us all. students who are trying to carry on their education online. Parents who are trying to not only do their own jobs, look after the family and now be a support to learning and also our staff who are learning the best ways to teach online and support our key worker students whilst keeping themselves safe.

To do our little bit to encourage self-care and positive wellbeing, this Thursday we will hold ‘Wellbeing Thursday’ for both students and staff.

There will be NO LESSONS after period 2 on this day so that you can complete some of the fun activities on the pdf that will have been sent to you and can be found on the link below.

Student wellbeing support package

We also have a House Challenge, and we are looking to find the most active House. Please email photographs of you being active to your House email address and the House who sends in the most will receive 500 house points. We will also award points for 2nd, 3rd and 4th place. You can only send in ONE EACH so you need to encourage EVERYBODY in your House to participate. Here are the email addresses:


Thursday is all about you, so spend the time doing things that you enjoy. As well as the fun activities suggested, you could watch your favourite film, listen to a Podcast or arrange a Zoom meeting with friends or family. Make the most of this day, recharge your batteries and take care of yourself.

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