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21/10/20

It is organised by Middlesex University for pupils 11-14.

21/10/20

For children who love gaming and game design Free virtual half term camp https://t.co/NuSNza0k9z

17/10/20

Our video from this morning's information event... https://t.co/Th6NtWBeQj

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10/10/20

Sir Frederick Gibberd College Retweeted
Mind in West Essex

Today is and to help mark it we have been challenging ourselves to Today we are encouraging others to do the same Perhaps you could go for a walk, learn a new skill, reach out to someone or even take the first steps to get support for yourself? https://t.co/dXhNFQgvoQ

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10/10/20

We had a great treat yesterday. Thank you for looking after us Mrs Tyler. https://t.co/2hXBihQ1nw

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10/10/20

Sir Frederick Gibberd College Retweeted
Mind

Today is . Do one thing today for better mental health, whether it’s reaching out for support, or helping someone else. Start here > https://t.co/beb1uVefty https://t.co/rhCWZiJWPw

09/10/20

This horizon Mrs C mentions is no ordinary horizon... Join us in one of our Information Events to find out all about it. For more details email info.org.uk (Hint: it's related to our vision and school colours 😉) https://t.co/KmnU5eRhw1

07/10/20

Oh a few years too early but we'll definitely keep an eye out for KS3 opportunities 👍

07/10/20

Clear vision, high expectations, commited staff, and inspirational leadership. https://t.co/GbXoRggeY8

07/10/20

That's the aim 😊

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07/10/20

Wednesday staff shout out: Our wonderful Head of Year 8, Miss Tidd. Couldn't ask for a better head of year for our founding cohort. Thank you for all you do ma'am. https://t.co/IA03FtNLiW

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06/10/20

Our Year 7s are looking forward to talking to Year 6 pupils tomorrow. https://t.co/JgJgeMCkP7

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06/10/20

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Out Now! The new issue of Latitude - The magazine for BMAT Schools, Parents and Communities. Read it online here - https://t.co/aqc2Xy6VVz https://t.co/yyC20xOlAN

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05/10/20

To all our staff at SFG: Thank you 💙💛 https://t.co/8edNuqiTiW

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Safeguarding work recognised

Safeguarding work recognised

Posted: 22nd July 2020

Sir Frederick Gibberd College has been given the Safeguarding Initiative Award, recognising schools which have demonstrated exceptional safeguarding during the crisis.

The school submitted evidence to show how it has been taking care of its community and, as a result, secured the award from The Safeguarding Alliance.

Headteacher Dee Conlon said: “Our safeguarding team work relentlessly to make sure our children get the care they need. They go above and beyond and this award recognises that.

“We have a list of students who receive a phone call every day, every other day or at least a couple of times a week, depending on their need. Our most vulnerable children, who may not be in the right frame of mind to work independently at home, come into school, so we can see them face to face and help them with their learning and any other needs.

“We have dropped off food to our families, laptops for our children, we have supported parents and put them in touch with external providers to support them with counselling or financial advice.

“Children have an online diary they can fill out and write about their feelings, with the option to discreetly request a call from one of us, if that is what they need. In school, we have a Tell Us box, where children can post a note if they are worried about themselves or someone else or just need support. We have transferred that to the internet, so they now have a virtual Tell Us box where they can reach out to us in the same way.

“We have called every single child to discuss with them what school might look like in September.

“All of this is about giving our students ways to tell us how they are feeling. We are giving them every platform possible, so they can reach out to us.”

The school also previously received the Teach Well School Gold Award: Corona Virus Pandemic for taking care of the physical and mental health of staff during the virus outbreak.

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