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12:24 PM - 25 Jan 2023

Retweetd From School Chaplain

It was wonderful to celebrate the Eucharist this morning with Year 10 . Many thanks to Canon Jan for officiating and encouraging us to listen for God's calling, as he did to Jeremiah. Diolch yn fawr a Duw Bendithia https://t.co/WaiTDfzDjo

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18:51 PM - 24 Jan 2023

Retweetd From BOLHS_6Form

What a wonderful Sixth Form Taster Day for both current students and indeed our external applicants. Thanks to all who attended - we hope you all enjoyed! https://t.co/IpO0e2LAOi

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16:54 PM - 23 Jan 2023

Retweetd From BOLHS Perf Arts Dept

We are so excited, tickets went on sale today for Cast and Crew. General sale from Thursday 26th Jan. It’s going to be amazing! https://t.co/NXnQFlmsra

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15:09 PM - 20 Jan 2023

Please see information regarding Nasal Flu Vaccination walk-in clinics. This is available for students in Year 7-11 who missed the vaccination at school in November. https://t.co/dLwC053ktQ

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08:31 AM - 20 Jan 2023

We are excited to launch our third recipe, which students will be making in food and nutrition next week🙌 https://t.co/4S7KjoJsfk

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18:32 PM - 19 Jan 2023

Being in school ensures that students have the best opportunities to achieve and develop skills. School attendance figures in the city have dropped significantly since the pandemic. We need to get attendance back on track https://t.co/cssfIbCM81 https://t.co/1q7p7ml9QO

17:13 PM - 19 Jan 2023

Congratulations to Bishop Mary on her election. On behalf of everyone at the school we offer our prayers and warmest wishes. We look forward to meeting you soon https://t.co/5sooaN7RqI

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14:31 PM - 18 Jan 2023

We are looking for talented teachers, in modern languages and religious studies, to join us in March 2023 (or as soon as possible thereafter) to cover maternity leave. Click on our career site for more details https://t.co/qhy9Z5zbpw https://t.co/9I9KwOT8Br

16:28 PM - 7 Jan 2023

We hope that you have had a restful Christmas break. We look forward to welcoming everyone back on Monday 9th January 2023 (Week B)

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08:13 AM - 23 Dec 2022

From everyone at the school, we wish you all a very happy and joyful Christmas https://t.co/6ygvNPLyha

How to Cope with Low Mood

Everybody has times where they feel sad, confused, or worried. These are perfectly natural emotions to experience, especially during stressful times. For students, these will include periods of time, such as public examinations or big changes to your life, such as transferring from primary to secondary school or, indeed any new environment. Fortunately, there are lots of things you can do to help you feel better and to help prepare your mental health for the future.

In this section, you will links to useful websites and resources that provide advice, ideas, and encouragement to help you meet these challenges. Remember, no matter how you’re feeling, there are always ways to protect and strengthen your mental health. 

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

  • Heads Above The Waves promotes positive, creative ways for young people to deal with depression and self-harm. They want to make it easier for people to talk about anything that’s bothering them, and to realise that if it’s bothering you, then it’s an important issue, and it’s worth talking about, and doing something about.
     
  • MeeTwo is an Android/iOS mobile application, featured on the NHS Apps Library, which provides peer-support, expert help, in-built educational and creative resources. The app is a neutral space which allows you to experiment with what it feels like to open up, offering positive feedback and social support which helps build confidence, increase well-being and promote emotional resilience.
     
  • Students Against Depression provides a calm environment and the resources to help young people find a way forward - a website offering advice, information and guidance to those affected by low mood, depression and suicidal thinking.
     
  • Mind provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. The organisation campaigns to improve services, raise awareness and promote greater understanding.

"Love yourself for who you are now. Believe in yourself for who you have the power to become"
(Karen Salmansohn)