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26/05/20

A BIG well done to Josh who has been working exceptionally hard at home. We love his FHS tree which he created for his art home learning. Please continue to send in your home learning stories. We love to share them and celebrate the successes of our students! https://t.co/I9hm6gpJcn

23/05/20

Included in the end of half term letter was information about the Student Executive Team (SET) applications. This year it is an online application. If your child is interested, please use this link - https://t.co/6USViztHGq

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22/05/20

Today’s information sheets on eating disorders, self harm and self esteem. As we come to the end of FHS Mental Health Awareness Week, we would like to remind everyone that we are here for you. If you need any support, please do not hesitate to contact us. https://t.co/z0arSs4Z4b

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21/05/20

A very talented Grace showing us her textiles skills! Well done Grace. Keep up the exceptional home learning. https://t.co/qidtw0aZzi

21/05/20

Due to on going internet and phone issues with our provider we will be emailing our celebration assembly out tomorrow.

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21/05/20

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Magna Carta Primary Academy

Art work created by our key worker children today, using twigs they have been collecting since the provision began Seeing the acronym of the school name like this is a symbol of the strength of our school community. https://t.co/5C6WnlYkMX

21/05/20

We will miss them. It’s been great having them! https://t.co/IPSYhaMKOk

21/05/20

Please be aware that our phone and internet provider is having issues today. We have no phone line and internet access. If you have an emergency, please email Ms Jones - jonesh1.org.uk

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21/05/20

Today’s information sheet for Mental Health Awareness Week is on suicidal feelings. Please, remember we are here for you. However, if you want to talk to someone else, the Samaritans are available 24 hours a day. Take care! https://t.co/LbRSKvJIwG

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20/05/20

Darcey has created some exceptional art work while learning at home. We are so proud of you Darcey! Keep up the great work. Well done! https://t.co/EyAUpI3Law

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20/05/20

Today is ‘National Thank a Teacher Day’. This week’s shout out is to Mr Kersey. Mr Kersey has been extremely active in supporting students at home with their learning. Thank you Mr Kersey - you are exceptional! https://t.co/bxFctgFlnd

20/05/20

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students check you’re emails for how you can or follow this link https://t.co/Xvev6hQdx7

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20/05/20

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BMAT

Disadvantaged children have been provided with digital devices and unlimited broadband by their school to enable them to learn at home. https://t.co/gYx4PDbGaq https://t.co/oo3YYN5ZE7

20/05/20

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Impressionable Minds

I’d like to take a moment to acknowledge . 1 in 4 suffer with their mental health each year in the UK. The lockdown will have increased anxiety amongst many. Here is a video of a young man I have been mentoring 💪https://t.co/gAhDnxN1qd

20/05/20

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Teaching School

Fantastic article in today’s about the work of Courageous Leaders https://t.co/L77TvXfnID

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20/05/20

As you are aware, FHS is promoting Mental Health Awareness Week. Today’s information sheet is on self-acceptance. If you want to talk to anyone, remember although you are not at school, we are still here for you! https://t.co/cegPWD3yuf

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19/05/20

As shared in the letter from Ms Jones, we are asking you to take part in the NHS embroidery challenge. Your design should be 25cm x 25cm & you can use the template. Mrs Gannon would like all sent/handed back into FHS so we can make a piece of art work with them. https://t.co/kQ3nDoZKZL

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19/05/20

Great to see some exceptional textiles work which has been completed by Kai! Well done! Keep sending in your home learning stories. We love to see them! https://t.co/Re2XVgJwwF

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19/05/20

Today’s mental health and wellbeing advice and guidance from FHS. Stay save and look after your wellbeing! https://t.co/08nia5FLOG

18/05/20

Staff at FHS have made a video on how they look after their mental health for Mental Health Awareness Week. https://t.co/ir16hiu2UQ

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Young footballers run for PPE

Young footballers run for PPE

Posted: 18th May 2020

Two young footballers are pounding the streets to raise funds to provide much-needed PPE to the NHS.

Frankie Hobbs and Ayden Saltmarsh, teammates at Dunmow United Panthers, set themselves the challenge of running as far as they could in two weeks with the hope of raising £200.

Within just 24 hours, the students from Forest Hall School had smashed their target and have so far raised more than £1,000.

The idea came from Frankie, Year 8, who was keen to challenge himself while raising money.

Mum Sue said: “We were sat eating one day and Frankie said out of the blue that he wanted to do something to help the NHS.

“He has never run before, but I guess as he can’t play football at the moment, it was the next best thing.

“They are absolutely smashing it out the water. How amazing of them and how generous of people who have donated.

“The boys should be incredibly proud of themselves. Frankie could have quite happily sat on his Xbox all day, but instead the motivation is there to push himself and do something positive.

“I think Frankie will keep this up as it helps to clear his head and his fitness has improved.

“I am so proud of them both. They are amazing. They are missing so much, but instead of giving in they are doing something positive.”

Not only is the daily run helping to raise vital funds, but for Year 7 student Ayden – who was keen to join his teammate in the challenge - it is helping in other ways.

Mum Dani said: “Ayden used to go for the occasional run as it helps with his mental health and to make him feel calmer. During lockdown, he had started to run once or twice a week, but now it is turning into a serious hobby. It was his birthday recently and he asked for sports gear for his running.

“Yesterday, he hadn’t slept very well and so I had to push him out the door to do his run. But, when he came back full of the adrenaline buzz, he was so much lighter. It is having such a positive effect on him.

“It is fantastic. I am so, so proud of the pair of them.”

Hannah Jones, head of school, said: “Actions like this show how exceptional our students are here at Forest Hall School. The whole community is extremely proud of the boys.” Donate here.

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