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16:38 PM - 26 Sep 2022

We are excited to launch our first recipe, which students will be making in food and nutrition 🙌 https://t.co/glxiX2VG3u

11:42 AM - 23 Sep 2022

We look forward to welcoming our Year 8 and 9 families on Monday 26th September 2022 for our middle school information evening. This meeting will take place at 7.00pm in the main hall

10:11 AM - 20 Sep 2022

We have been experiencing problems with our information management system, We apologise if you've received multiple correspondence. We understand the matter is now resolved

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07:37 AM - 20 Sep 2022

A reminder for all families of children in Year 6 that our Open Evening will take place on Thursday 6th October 2022. We look forward to seeing you all https://t.co/pSCFVhXWye

07:16 AM - 20 Sep 2022

We look forward to welcoming our sixth form families on Thursday 22nd September 2022 for our information evening. This meeting will take place at 7.00pm in the main hall

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07:15 AM - 20 Sep 2022

We have a number of exciting support staff roles that we are looking to fill. For more details, please visit our career site https://t.co/AoQb3yRGg5 https://t.co/FqfzTkLrV1

20:00 PM - 13 Sep 2022

School will be closed to all students and staff on Monday 19th September 2022. This follows the bank holiday announcement made to mark the funeral of the late Queen, Elizabeth II

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19:11 PM - 8 Sep 2022

Our thoughts and prayers are with The , following the passing of HM The Queen. We give thanks for an extraordinary life of service and duty. May she rest in eternal peace https://t.co/xDv7DU3iYM

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12:18 PM - 7 Sep 2022

We have been informed by of disruption to services across the UK due to strike action on Thursday 15th and Saturday 17th September. There will be no rail replacement services running on strike days. Further information is available https://t.co/BZLQRRJkGF https://t.co/OsyicQKyJ6

17:09 PM - 2 Sep 2022

A reminder of the start of term arrangements. We look forward to seeing all students on Wednesday 7th September. Enjoy the final days of the holidays https://t.co/0s1NrEKUyJ

How to Stay Fit and Healthy

There are clear links between a person’s physical and mental health. So, when one is functioning well, there is a high chance the other will too. Regular forms of exercise is one of the best ways to improve your mental health.

Maintaining health and fitness does not require daily training at the gym or being able to run long distances. It means finding ways to be as active as possible in order to keep your mind and body healthy.

Here are some of the organisations who may be able to help

  • Sport Wales is funded by the National Lottery and is committed to supporting sport and physical activity for everyone. The resources and links available are designed to those already actively engaged in sport to those looking to try something for the first time. This may range from a free swim at a local leisure centre or supporting local teams.
     
  • Change4Life is a government funded scheme, designed to support families so that children and young people may remain healthy by becoming more active. They offer advice and suggestions for indoor activities and games at home, particularly when opportunities to explore outdoor activities are limited.
  • Childline – Staying Healthy have put together some advice to support children and young people with eating the right food and keeping fit. This is to help maintain a strong body to help with managing the pressures of teenage life, and also fight illness. They also offer tips and techniques, ideas and inspiration, which can help you feel more in control. These can be accessed at the individuals own time, and pace.
  • Beat is the UK’s eating disorder charity and their mission is to end the pain and suffering caused by eating disorders. They encourage and empower people to get help quickly, because the sooner someone starts treatment, the greater their chance of recovery. There a specific helpline for Beat in Wales.

"Take care of your body. It is the only place you have to live"
(Jim Rohn)