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Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Great Summer Catch Up

 

We understand that the past few months have been challenging for many of our community. We have continued to do everything in our power to support children and families as far as possible and are incredibly proud of the resilience and dedication many of our students have demonstrated despite not being in a classroom with teachers. We understand that many families will have had to cancel Summer holidays and after many months of lockdown, are looking for activities to occupy and support the development of young people. We also understand that some young people may be feeling a little rusty with school work or concerned about gaps in knowledge. We are therefore incredibly proud to launch our Great Summer Catch Up! This is a page filled with purposeful work for a range of subjects: students should work through as much as possible for their relevant year group to warm up for September and also bridge any gaps in knowledge they may have from the past few months. Students should work at their own pace and interleave subjects. We highly recommend they also refer back to the weekly Exercise Challenges and Cultural Challenges set to maintain healthy well-being and mental health.

Exercise

Remember to take part in as much physical activity as possible over the summer. It is recommended that children and young people should engage physical activity for an average of at least 30 to 60 minutes per day across the week. Why not visit our Exercise page for fun ideas and resources for the Summer 6 week challenge!

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