Speak up Space
Just a quick reminder that Speak Up Space is a point of contact for young people over the summer if they need any support – it is running everyday now so please pass on to all your young people :
Young people can have an online chat about anything that is affecting their mental health and/or emotional well-being. To access their instant messaging service simply visitwww.speakupspace.org.uk
Hay Digital 2020 – Hay Festival Hay Festival Digital #imaginetheworld begins 18-22 May with our Programme for Schools featuring fabulous authors such as Cressida Cowell, Patrice Lawrence and Onjali Q Rauf.From 22-31 May, Hay Festival Digital takes place online with interactive events from more than 100 award-winning writers, global policy makers, historians, pioneers and innovators, celebrating the best new fiction and non …
For KS3 and KS4 pupils. Lots of resources for age groups such as 11-14 and 14 – 16. Two particularly good sections – are Whole school and Interactive resources. Here the resources and activities cover everyday learning such as food, maths, science, health and well being, around your kitchen, work booklets, activities and recipes.
Oak National Academy – Online classroom resources for all pupils:
Download homework from here (please contact your child’s home liaison teacher if you have difficulty opening the links):
This website gives lots of information about ospreys who migrate to and nest in Wales, with live streaming of them hunting and feeding their chicks:
Ofqual Announcement on Exam Grading for Year 11
Ofqual, the regulatory body for exams, has issued the following letter to students regarding the calculation of grades for GCSE exams this summer:
Government Online educational resources to support children to continue learning at home
The UK government have published a list of online resources that parents, and schools can consider to support children to continue learning at home. The list will be updated over time, and includes a wide range of resources for all ages that schools can consider using as part of their planned curriculum. Schools have already been drawing on existing resources and tools they are familiar with to support children to continue learning at home and should continue to do so.
More information can be found here:
Wellbeing and Mindfulness resources:
Some useful resources on mindfulness and health and wellbeing from ELSA Support and Cr8tive Resources.
Science homework 03/04/2020:
For all sky watchers:
Sky maps and details of planets visible tonight.
Nasa’s gallery of images taken from satellites and telescopes around the world.
Created to commemorate the 1969 Moon landings, this recreates the lunar mission using real footage.
Pupils can design their own PE kit using the link below. Their design can be uploaded to social media with CEDAR’s school name, your year group to be in with a chance of winning a PE kit for the school. See the details on the website below:
Simply Delicious Super Yummy Chartwells, cooking videos from our catering provider – click here
Maths websites – an email has been sent with login details:
Science tasks 31/03/2020:
Year 7 to 9 History Workbook 31/03/2020:
My Maths website:
Please email Mary or your child’s home liaison teacher, using the staff email list above, for your user name and password.
ICT work 30/03/2020:
Maths website 30/03/2020:
Science experiments to try at home:
Art resources 30/03/2020:
Art Years 7 t0 11:
Years 10 and 11:
Recording & Analysing
Maths work 27/03/2020
English Work 27/03/2020
Daily KS3 English Lessons – follow the link:
Key Stage 3 Art work: