How to get ahead in an increasingly technology-driven world
As part of National Apprenticeship Week, our Year 11 Computing and Y13 BTEC Computing classes were joined by local employer Dave Oxley, Senior Software Security Architect from McAfee, to talk about careers in IT and software development.
During COVID times one of the things missing from our life has been extracurricular activities.
In the recent lockdown, the School Choir took part in a 'Virtual Choir'. Students sang their parts and I edited the tracks together. This gave the choir something to work tow...
Students who have not yet been able to use their World Book Day £1 vouchers should rest assured that they will remain valid as long as stocks of the World Book Day Books are available. Whilst stocks have run out at the supermarkets, vouchers can be used in bookshops when they re-open dur...
Works are progressing well and are still on target for a project completion date of 21 January 2022 with the new buildings being complete for September 2021 and all re-furbished areas complete by 5 November 2021. Exciting times!
Internet Matters -Tackling online hate and trolling
As children spend more time interacting with each other online, it is important to help them recognise behaviours that can spread harmful content. The growth of hate speech and trolling online can often have real-world consequences so equipping them with the tools to address these issues is es...
One of the opportunities the Year 12 students were made aware of during lockdown was the Homerton College Spring Access Course. Homerton College is one of the 29 colleges at Cambridge University and runs this course annually in the spring.
Please follow the link below to a Tik Tok Family Safety Toolkit with some very useful and comprehensive advice for parents on how to use family pairing to monitor what your children are doing on the Tik Tok app.
We might have been under strict guidelines to stay at home, but there are aspects of our natural world which have had less restrictions set in place and have been sharing more of themselves with us over recent weeks.