Year 11 Information Presentation 2020

Please find all the information you would have received during our Year 11 Information Evening at school, in this video presentation created by Miss Wareing.

 

Parents / Carers

Email from Miss Wareing - 15 September 2020

 

Range of information documents

Year 11 English Literature Revision Sheet

Year 11 English Literature PPE Information

Blank revision timetable (for parents and students to fill in together to organise study time)

Exam Board Details 

Study Guides

Improving Boys Attainment Presentation October 2018 

BTEC Student Handbook

Year 11 English Language and Literature Revision Tasks

Maths and English Information Evening Handout 

 

 

Mental Health Support

Useful Health Websites

Click the links below to access these helpful and informative health websites - 

Frank

Young Minds

NHS Choices

Change4Life

Childline

AddAction

BBC News Health

ERIC

Mind

NHS - Blackpool Teaching Hospitals

NHS - Quit Smoking

Rehab 4 Addiction

 

Miss Chauhan provides Mental Health support on Instagram

Miss Chauhan, Maths teacher and Mental Health Champion, has set up a new Instagram account devoted to Mental Health, with tips, tricks and guidance to help cope with the change in circumstances and remote learning. Mental Health is so important and now, more than ever, so many people are struggling. 

Click here to find out more about the Instagram account and follow - Miss Chauhan on Instagram

 

Mrs Altham provides Wellbeing support on Instagram

Mrs Altham, Chemistry teacher and Mental Health Champion, continues to encourage young people to look after their wellbeing. 

Click here to find out more about the Instagram account devoted to student Wellbeing - Mrs Altham on Instagram

 

Lancashire Mind

We all have mental health, 1 in 4 of us will experience poor mental health. We're here to help you understand and look after your mental health and wellbeing. The new coronavirus that was discovered in December 2019 and causes the COVID-19 illness, has spread around the world and is impacting on the lives of many people. Although COVID-19 is a physical illness, the changes it has brought to our lives is having a big impact on mental health too.

We're all facing a new way of living, working and schooling and everyone will react in different ways to this. It's ok to feel worried, anxious or down. You might be struggling to sleep or, even if you're getting sleep, feeling sluggish and unmotivated. These are normal reactions to being in a situation that is uncertain and difficult to manage. For more information click the links below - 

Lancashire Mind

Lancashire Mind - Coronavirus and your mental health

Lancashire Mind - Support for Children & Young People

Lancashire Mind - Support for Parents & Carers of Young People

 

Kooth

Free online counselling support for young people is available from Kooth, sign up for free at Kooth.com and you will have access to - 

  • Free counselling
  • Discussion boards
  • Magazine
  • Help articles
  • Journal 
  • Self help tools

Virtual sessions are also available and will provide you with a chance to find out more and have your questions answered. Multiple dates are available, you must register, links available here - Kooth poster

 

 

Assemblies

 

Year 11 Prom Celebration 2021

To be confirmed