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05/08/22

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Every school leader needs 'huge reserves of compassion, empathy, patience and emotional intelligence' – and they need to model these skills for their successors, writes director Rob Ford https://t.co/rYpk0eamxO

01/08/22

Forever in our hearts 💙💛

01/08/22

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A beautiful piece, thank you 💙💛💙 https://t.co/MGu4rU2BNj

28/07/22

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Sixth form students got a taste of life in politics when they attended talks by leading political figures. Year 12 students spent three days at the New Statesman magazine as part of their studies. https://t.co/7RSTjbx7Zs

28/07/22

Sixth form students got a taste of life in politics when they attended talks by leading political figures. Year 12 students spent three days at the New Statesman magazine as part of their studies. https://t.co/7RSTjbx7Zs

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23/07/22

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18/07/22

Pilcher's Barclay Cup Winners 2022 Congratulations 👏👏👏 https://t.co/uLUxwFHWCv

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16/07/22

Awards Assembly Summer 2022 Headteacher Award Winners 💙💛 https://t.co/5Jx3lyTR9q

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15/07/22

thank you for our trophy. 💙💛 https://t.co/ZsCeS6iWbF

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14/07/22

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School Councillors enjoying Pizza 🍕 and Ice Cream 🍦 to celebrate their time in office 💙💛! https://t.co/t4QU3yogHM

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14/07/22

Question of the day: Who shot JFK? Year 7 JFK workshop... 🤔 https://t.co/kUzLxrzpxt

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14/07/22

Year 12 V&A and Sci Museum trip. https://t.co/jeyJtxtY05

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13/07/22

Fantastic Sports Day with lots of activities for all. Congratulations to Year 7 Tug of War Team who beat Year 12 fair and square! Teamwork makes the dream work! 💙💛 https://t.co/lxrnW2HtCy

13/07/22

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📢 We're Hiring! (Harlow) have a vacancy for a Catering Assistant 📄 For a job description and application details, please visit our website https://t.co/e39SULXAv9

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12/07/22

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Had a wonderful day at Colchester Zoo 🐘🦒! We did apply for Zoo Keeper positions but apparently we're not 'koalafied' enough... Guess we'll have to stick to teaching our lovely Gibberdians 💙💛! https://t.co/NYVtPzBWCI

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12/07/22

Year 12 CSI Day https://t.co/YJxrdGk1aS

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12/07/22

We are loving 💙💛 https://t.co/VuxqTe6qfX

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12/07/22

we are on our way and super excited 🤗🤗🤗 https://t.co/8KJoC0vnXJ

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Taking care of physical, mental social wellbeing

Posted: 25th March 2021

Children have been using virtual PE lessons to take care of their physical, mental and social wellbeing.

During lockdown, students from Sir Frederick Gibberd College continued to work on their fitness, despite not being in school to take part in physical lessons.

A mix of PE theory and practical activities were set for them to complete at home, while children of key worker parents took part at school.

Theory lessons taught students about their bones, joints and muscles. They created detailed diagrams of both the skeletal and muscular system and researched the functions of the musculoskeletal system and how they impact athletic performance in PE.

In their at-home practical lessons, students completed short workouts and stretching routines, followed by mindful breathing exercises.

George Daly, PE lead, said: “The focus of these short practical elements was to make time for our physical, mental and social health each day, especially during these current times.

“Students have been really engaged with their online lessons. We cannot wait to, hopefully, have an amazing summer term of competing together, learning new skills and developing a love of sport and physical activity.

“It is nice to see students taking an active interest in their physical, mental and social health. This past year has been really tough on young people. I hope the constant reminder of the importance of looking after ourselves and the techniques/guidance we have given during and prior to lockdown will have helped all students throughout this difficult time.”

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