Week Beginning 8 March 2021 - Week B
Please find below interactive timetables for this week.
Please note that work has been set for all year groups for Monday 8 March via Google Classroom. Work has also been set for Years 8, 9 and 12 for Tuesday 9 March via Google Classroom. There will be no live online lessons while the school prepares to welcome back students during the week.
Lessons in Red contain set work within Google Classroom and the use of learning platforms (Hegarty, Tassomai and Bedrock)
Week B Remote Learning Timetable 2021
Homework continues as normal to support students in their cycle assessments. A link to the current Knowledge Organiser is included in all of the interactive timetables. Students should continue to use Hegarty, Tassomai and Bedrock as they did prior to lockdown.
Onsite provision for children of critical workers and vulnerable students
If your child is eligible to attend school please complete this Application Form for week beginning 1 March 2021.
Email/share your entries with email@example.com by midday Thursday 4 March
REWARDS - MOTIVATION
To celebrate World Book Day this year, the English department are inviting students to take part in a host of activities to celebrate books and a love of reading. Throughout the week of 1st March - 5th March, there will be competitions and quizzes with great prizes up for grabs. On Thursday 4th March, we will join festivities around the globe with teachers dressing up, students taking part in a lesson delivered by a well-known author and Year 7 are welcome to don their World Book Day character costumes too! £1 book tokens will be available from Mrs Wrennall in the library when we return to school. Finally, check out the World Book Day 21 website for more exciting activities and events!
We know we have amazing staff and teachers at SDCC and they make a real difference to young people's lives. Just saying thank you will show how much you appreciate their hard work and dedication. Say “thank you” to an amazing staff member and we’ll send them a card with your personal message. Anyone can say thank you; students, parents, grandparents and colleagues, to a teacher, teaching assistant or any member of staff. It can be for anything – helping your child settle in, excellent teaching, helping a student through a difficult time, understanding something tricky or just being supportive, kind or funny!
Make your nominations HERE
If you’re worried about the impact of coronavirus on your mental health, you are not alone. The COVID-19 pandemic is a new and uncertain time for all of us and will affect our mental health in different ways. However the way that you are feeling right now is understandable. With the right help and support, we can get through this.
During this difficult time we understand that you might need someone to talk to in person about how you are feeling. If you are worried or concerned about anything you can contact a member of the Welfare Team on firstname.lastname@example.org . If you complete the google form someone will make contact with you by email to arrange a telephone call. There will be members of the team available from 9.00 to 11.00am and 1.00 to 3.00pm.