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WE'RE HIRING! 🎉 Forest Hall School in Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex, have a vacancy for a SEND Specialist Teacher. For more information visit https://t.co/lzZ9TYLu7q https://t.co/nZfHWNici9

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Young people have been given a raft of tools to help them to take care of their mental health. FHS marked Mental Health Awareness Week with a programme of activities, including wilderness walks, mindfulness colouring, meditation and a tea and talk session. https://t.co/mEFeZXKzRs https://t.co/cw9cVbzKWC

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BMAT recently appointed a director of to help children to reach their full potential. The former headteacher has started his work by bringing together experts from across the Trust to share best practise. https://t.co/dXL7gGTkgX https://t.co/btrvCXMwsv

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Been a great start to our Mental Health Awareness Week. Can’t wait for our Wellbeing Wednesday tomorrow. Please remember that students in Years 7 to 9 need to wear their FHS PE kit tomorrow. https://t.co/mj1gGNj5CZ

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Thank you to for the webinar on peer on peer abuse! https://t.co/78xIPYPGxA

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Environmentally aware children devoted their time in lockdown to earning our school an accreditation. Eco-Schools encourages children to drive change & improve their environmental awareness by taking on tasks for the international Eco-Schools Green Flag. https://t.co/l1QejHICUH https://t.co/eJPUfBxU4H

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Our SEND director is on twitter so please follow for SEND specific content. You can read more about the role here: https://t.co/jWIcjKLtxl https://t.co/slQON8gLZw

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A big well done to the students who took part in our Bikeability enrichment activity this week. https://t.co/5chSXuyAtD

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Forest Hall School (Stansted Mountfitchet) have a vacancy for an Estates & Facilities Supervisor. For more information visit: https://t.co/PObhZ7EDVB https://t.co/uA0Np9PXBQ

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Department of Health and Social Care

There are false reports that lateral flow tests can give you cancer. These rapid tests have been rigorously tested and are safe. The swabs are sterilised with ethylene oxide to ensure they are safe to use. It is one of the most commonly used sterilisation tools. https://t.co/lYWDRluMUh

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Mrs Fraser

Fantastic last day of term with my lovey year 8 pupils, completing heart dissections . Their lit up faces were a delight to see! https://t.co/k2hyAvS41d

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BMAT has appointed a director to ensure children with special educational needs and disabilities achieve their full potential. Marios Solomonides takes up post of Director of SEND with a mission to remove all barriers faced by children within BMAT schools. https://t.co/jWIcjKLtxl https://t.co/hsWxgX4m7z

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Aged 16-19? and are hosting a really exciting event with on Monday 29th March on Mental Health and Wellbeing! Not to be missed. Register here! https://t.co/FYSDX9Xr2Z https://t.co/jb1qYIJ7hS


Our wonderful school PTA have organised a raffle for Easter. Tickets are £1. Tickets can be purchased here - https://t.co/mxvacXKinK Please support the school PTA!


Work for Monday 8th and Tuesday 9th March for all students is now available on our website - https://t.co/CZAtcKh2ub A reminder that there are no live MS Teams lessons.

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Magna Carta Primary Academy in Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex, have a vacancy for a SEMH Co-Educator. For more information visit https://t.co/myWM4VTfSs https://t.co/18hsjgECyz

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A teacher who had a stroke in her 20s is walking 1.2 million steps to help rebuild the lives of other survivors. Kayleigh Trainor was just 27 when she was shocked to discover she was experiencing a stroke. https://t.co/Efgp1nixvt https://t.co/MJNfMjx1Et

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I entered a competition run by the amazing illustrator Chris Mould to win a copy of a beautiful new version of ‘Animal Farm’. It has just arrived and I can’t wait to show my Year 8s who are studying this book at the moment. https://t.co/yWwkptG0ID


We are looking forward to our training tomorrow! https://t.co/vWsDyfVetx


Very proud of Miss Power! She has been an amazing support to colleagues throughout this whole period. https://t.co/UGsogsxCvn

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Anti-Bullying Information

Forest Hall School is committed to ensuring all students feel safe at School.  We work actively to prevent any behaviour that is deemed as bullying.


What is Bullying?

Bullying is when people deliberately hurt, harass or intimidate someone else.  Every year, more than 20,000 young people call ChildLine: these are some of the ways they describe bullying:

  • Being called names.
  • Being teased.
  • Being punched, pushed or attached.
  • Being forced to hand over money, mobile phones or other possessions.
  • Getting abusive or threatening text messages, emails or MSM comments.
  • Having rumours spread about them.
  • Being ignored or left out.
  • Being picked on because of their religion, gender or race.

This information has been designed by the Student Executive Team (SET) and Staff at Forest Hall School to help students who are affected by bullying.

What do you do if you are being bullied?

Those who bully like to think that they have power over their targets, so you need to remove that power!

These are things that you can do to deflect people who bully:

  • Act more confidently.
  • Hang around with friends or an adult at times when you're most in danger of being bullied.
  • Don't fight back - it can make the situation worse.
  • Tell someone!

Breaking the silence is the most important part in fighting back against bullying.  If you have kept a diary of when the bullying has been taking place, this can help you when you tell a teacher or parent about what has been going on.

Online /  Mobile Phone Bullying:

If you are being targeted by mobile phone, always tell someone you trust at School.  Please do not feel too scared to tell because of the repercussions and being called a 'snitch', we will always deal with your reports sensitively.

What to do if you are bullying other people?

If you feel you are acting in a bullying way, you need to talk to someone you can trust and try to explain why you do it.

There is probably something going on in your life that is making you take it out on somebody else.  Some things to think about if your are bullying somebody:

  • Think about the pain and upset you are causing to the person you are picking on.  It could be seriously affecting their day-to-day life.
  • Imagine how scared you would feel if the bullying were happening to you.
  • Is it worth getting into trouble?
  • You will probably be much happier in yourself and more popular if you stop bullying.
  • Be mature enough to stop and think about what you are doing.
  • Bullying wont win you any friends; it just makes people scared of you.

If you think you are bullying others, try and get to the bottom of why you are acting that way.  Is there a reason you are taking out your anger or frustration on someone else?  Talk to someone you trust and try to work things out!

Remember!  Bullying is wrong and nobody deserves to be bullied!

What do you do if someone is being bullied?

It is hard to see your friend being picked on, and although you feel powerless to act, there are things you can do to help.

  • Be a friendly ear.
  • Tell someone - go to a teacher/child protection officer (Ms O'Dell, Miss Stuart, Miss Nolan, Mrs Fegan, Mr Johnston and Mr Conlon).
  • Don't encourage the bullies by laughing or smiling at the things they say or do.
  • If you can, tell the bullies that you don't accept what they are doing and try to get them to stop.
  • Don't ditch your friend - stand by them.
  • Don't get into fights with the bullies.

Your friend may be reluctant to tell somebody what is going on; try and be there for them and encourage them to speak out.  If you and your friend ignore what is happening, the person who is bullying is winning.  It may be worth having a word with a parent or teacher on your friend's behalf.

  • Who can I talk to?
  • Your parents or anyone at home.
  • Any adult at School or any student you trust.

Advice and Tips

If you are being bullied:

  • Avoid places where the bullying normally takes place.
  • People who bully want to get a reaction out of you, but don't retaliate.
  • Trying noting down dates, times and places when the bullying happens.
  • Make sure you have got your friends around you most of the time.
  • Don't suffer in silence, bullying is wrong!  So tell someone about it.

If you know someone who is being bullied:

  • Don't ignore someone being bullied.
  • Try to be there for the person being bullied.
  • Don't get into a fight on behalf of someone else.
  • If someone is in danger, get help right away.
  • Tell someone about it - they can help!

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