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26/02/20

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Kelly Clark

Lovely to speak to Year 10 students at client this afternoon about their fundraising plans for a Greek orphanage

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26/02/20

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Two Essex schools joined together to welcome a group of Danish visitors to the county. , in Stansted, and , in Epping, organised for students from Aarhus City to visit on a residential exchange. https://t.co/D2SJQYMtMB https://t.co/lxew5SFDKw

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25/02/20

The local airport provided some career inspiration for young students. More than 100 Year 8 students from Forest Hall School spent half a day at https://t.co/3eXDht5iFf https://t.co/r73YuSf312

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25/02/20

Super students are making the most of their spare time – by doing extra study at school. Students are giving up part of their weekend to attend Super Saturday sessions. The extra lessons enable the youngest students to get additional support where needed. https://t.co/HcJjE2eZ2z https://t.co/hxwUg6WKIX

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10/02/20

Keeping safe, happy and healthy in life was the focus of a school’s collapsed timetable day. Forest Hall School regularly throws out the traditional school structure to enable students to indulge in vital life topics. https://t.co/3fwAFzz2NI https://t.co/r0G6iask2e

06/02/20

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Time to Change

It's Day! Talking about mental health doesn’t need to be awkward. Call, tweet and check in with a friend.

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05/02/20

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Impressionable Minds

Thank you for this feedback from a student at Forest Hall School following our Gangs and Drugs PSHE Workshops https://t.co/qizOqAIid9

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04/02/20

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Our Stansted

Mentoring students from were given the chance to go behind-the-scenes at today as they joined us on-site to see what their mentors do on a daily basis! https://t.co/8l3oDu01RP

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04/02/20

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BMAT

Out Now! The new issue of Latitude - The magazine for BMAT Schools, Parents and Communities. Read it online here - https://t.co/VvzQNalzNy https://t.co/ZWJCUwzLjj

04/02/20

Thanks for coming in to talk to our students! https://t.co/q9NC8OilZC

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31/01/20

A fishmonger gave young students a flavour of life in the industry. GCSE food preparation and nutrition students from Forest Hall School received a masterclass in fish mongering. https://t.co/DTKwmwtmlZ https://t.co/RxNa6RxEsv

23/01/20

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Kelly Clark

A busy day at client collecting their latest crop of good stories Now on to to see what news they have for me to share

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22/01/20

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Mr. L. Davis

Amazing talks from today at for our Year 10 Keeping Children Safe day. Thanks so much to Adrian and Russell for delivering these workshops. Our students were so captivated and took so much away from your sessions. https://t.co/UBSCSRbj0m

22/01/20

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Impressionable Minds

Thank you so much Mr Davis. It’s always a pleasure to work with you and your students. They all listened and participated so well. Such a credit to the school 👍🏼👏🏼 https://t.co/toETFdUKrL

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22/01/20

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Impressionable Minds

Here’s the team following delivery of our award winning Crime Day at on Monday. Today on we are off to to deliver Gangs and Drugs talks to Year 10 pupils 🏫😃👏🏼 https://t.co/PivNbJtlXO

22/01/20

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TheSafeguardingAlliance

It's been delivering and today. Thank you to all the and the amazing for hosting us.

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20/01/20

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GROW@FHS

A huge thanks to the team from who dropped off a load of wood chippings over the weekend. Perfect for our pathway extensions. Our first bounty from the network! 2020 is going to be a great year for gardening https://t.co/fefPtY0WQg

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16/12/19

Future voters got involved in the by going to the polls in school. For the four weeks leading up the election, students learnt about the policies proposed by various parties to help them to make a choice about who to vote for. https://t.co/gSs5Tdzb19 https://t.co/m62VW6QYP3

13/12/19

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GROW@FHS

Needed: Transport for a Greenhouse Frame. We have been donated a greenhouse frame and are looking for someone who can transport it for us - only 1/4 or a mile from Crest Farm in to but too big to carry! Do you have a van or trailer and 30 minutes of time?

12/12/19

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Mr. L. Davis

The vote results are as follows: Brexit Party – 27 UKIP – 33 Liberal Democrats – 61 Green Party – 82 Conservative Party – 91 Labour Party - 117 There was no overall winner (no majority), so our election suggests there will be a hung parliament!

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PSHE/SMSC

Forest Hall School recognises that the spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) element of students’ education is crucial to their development as an individual, allowing them to take their rightful place in their community as a local, national and global citizen. SMSC is about the values students are encouraged to hold, their attitude towards learning, knowledge and society. SMSC is fundamental in preparing young people for society and at Forest Hall School students are helped to develop positive attitudes and beliefs by being given opportunities to:

  • Develop spiritual values and reasoned personal and moral values.
  • Consider the pluralistic nature of society; developing their understanding and respect for those with different religions, beliefs and ways of life.
  • Value everyone equally.
  • Create and develop personal relationships, based on trust, self-esteem and mutual respect.
  • Become active, responsible citizens in a democratic society.
  • Develop an appreciation of human achievements and aspirations.
  • Develop an understanding of the world in which they live and the interdependence of individuals, groups, nations and the environment.

Through SMSC we seek to develop attitudes and values that will enable students to become responsible and caring members of society. We give students the opportunity for spiritual reflection and encourage them to explore the fundamental questions of life including their own personal existence, journey and purpose. We provide students with a curriculum that will enable them to develop a knowledge and understanding of diverse cultures, particularly those within their own society. We seek to foster an attitude of tolerance and value towards those from a culture and background different from their own. Students are encouraged to develop an understanding of the world, society and the community and accept responsibility as a citizen as well as the capacity to tackle moral and spiritual dilemmas and to try to reach independent judgements, which reflect universal human principles. Through perception and sensitivity, tolerance and respect for others as individuals and in groups we would also expect students to develop questioning, enquiring minds and learn how to express their ideas appropriately.

Thought of the Week:

Each week staff share the Thought of the Week which is connected to the theme of the week. This helps both students and staff focus and consider local and wider issues. Discussion during registration time helps the students develop their opinions. Please see the below downloadable Thoughts of the Week. 

Monthly Safeguarding focus:

Each month we focus on a different safeguarding aspect. This is delivered through the Thought of the Week. 

September - Internet safety
October - Anti-bullying
November - Black history
December - Mental health awareness
January - Equality/LGBT
February - Cultural festivals
March - Revision preparation
April - Disability awareness
May - Celebrating cultural diversity
June - Mind and body - caring for yourself
July - Celebration 

PSHE:

All students in Years 7 and 8 cover PSHE in the time tabled fortnightly curriculum time. In Year 7 students cover bullying, online safety, healthy eating, budgeting and SRE (including healthy relationships/domestic violence). In Year 8 students cover rights and responsibilities, youth crime, careers/choices and SRE (including healthy relationships/domestic violence).     

Students in Years 9, 10 and 11 receive PSHE through collapsed timetable days. These take place termly and cover the following topics:

  • Careers
  • SRE (including healthy relationships/domestic violence)
  • Emotional wellbeing
  • Addiction 
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