A recent survey found that 60% of parents feel uncomfortable discussing self-harm with their children. Virtual College have designed an online course to make the subject of self-harm more approachable. The course aims to give you a basic awareness of self-harm so you can speak with more confidence to your children on the issue of
Message from the Headmistress Dear Parents, Wow, here we are at half term already – not that it doesn’t feel like we need a break, we most certainly do. Children are all a little weary after the late night on Wednesday. Many thanks to all those who were instrumental in making Prize Giving a success.
No pupil (from Years 3 to 11) should be absent from this important school occasion and you are asked to make every effort to ensure your child attends. Any pupils who are involved in the entertainments programme or any pupil within the school receiving a prize should go straight to The Albert Hall for
Message from the Headmistress Dear Parents, This week, we started with our Senior Harvest Festival service which focussed on the work of Shelter Box, providing international relief packs to aid the survival of those in areas affected by natural disasters. Thank you to Mrs Griffiths, all the readers and the Year 7 choir for making this
Message from the Headmistress Dear Parents, Thank you to all parents who responded to a) the questionnaires for the inspectorate and b) to parents of children new to the school who responded to our in-house questionnaire. The latter gives us invaluable information to assist with our marketing and admissions procedures. Congratulations to Mr Deacon, one