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We would like to congratulate our A Level students. This 2020 cohort have faced unparalleled disruption and uncertainty, and we are proud of how maturely they responded to this difficult situation from March onwards. Given the awarding circumstances and our collective disappointment at how grades have been decided upon by the examination boards, celebrations were...
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Good luck to all our students expecting examination results this Summer.  Ofqual have advised us that the arrangements for grading should ensure that the majority of students can progress onto the next stage of education or training, even if your grade isn’t what you wanted. We are here to support any students through this process....
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Alderbrook’s PE staff have been recognised for their support, commitment and engagement of virtual programmes during the Summer Term. CONGRATULATIONS to the staff and to the students. Please click to view the certificate. https://buff.ly/2WvKNuy #AMBITIONBRAVERYKINDNESS
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A summer newsletter would usually be an opportunity to celebrate the wide-ranging achievements of our students in the classroom and across the school in recent months; this year is different. In this incredibly difficult time for the whole country it may sound glib to talk of celebration. Nevertheless I do feel we have much to...
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During the week beginning on Monday 13th July 2020, students are invited to be a part of several online events as follows : Monday – GAME DESIGN and VIRTUAL REALITY Tuesday – GETTING into POLITICS Wednesday – GETTING into TEACHING Wednesday – GETTING into the ARMY Thursday – GETTING into FASHION BUYING Thursday – APPRENTICESHIPS...
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Since June 1st, a number of members of Alderbrook staff have filmed weekly ‘assemblies’ for students to watch. These have been distributed to the students via CLASSCHARTS. So far, there are assemblies from Mr Beveridge, Mrs Read, Mrs Allen, Mr Stent, Ms Jones, Mr Coggan and Mr McLoughlin. Please click here to take you to...
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This guidance brings together sources of information about the main risks children may be particularly vulnerable to during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and signposts you to help and support available. The essential measures to control coronavirus can potentially increase risks to children and this can cause concern for parents and carers. This guide also includes...
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From Tappy Twins … The next parental workshop has been decided by parents and we will be doing a Q & A session. Parents are able to ask questions about any issues that they are facing with their children; whether that be Mental Health, Emotional Wellbeing or Behavioural (for example).  The login details are below...
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Over the last two weeks I have been shocked and moved by the events that have unfolded in America and across the world. Like me, I suspect you are trying to process what impact the tragic murder of George Floyd and the subsequent Black Lives Matter protests will ultimately have. Understandably, media commentary has focussed...
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Trying to understand why our children behave in a certain way can often be confusing & frustrating or even a complete mystery to us! It may be useful for you to consider that behind every behaviour, there is always a need or emotion, a principle which applies to adults and children alike! To help you...
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