Please click here for the information shared with staff regarding measures in place for The Leigh UTC Reopening to Year 10 & Year 12 for Monday 15th June 2020.
A message to students from Mr Arnould, Vice Principal can be found via Google Classroom for Year 10 and Year 12 who are returning next week – Monday 15th June 2020.
Please make sure you check this and more information will follow this week to parents/carers, following on from the previous emailed letter we sent to parents /carers last week.
The Leigh UTC
This year a group of students worked really hard to achieve their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award.
They had to complete the following:
- At least three months of volunteering
- Complete a physical challenge for at least three months
- Developing a skill they didn’t have before
- Planning and completing an expedition
An amazing 20 of our students completed the award. We would like to congratulate all of you!
Yr 11 award winners were Luke,Sam, Grace, Taylor, Fola, Alyssa, Connor, Valerie, Joel and Kai.
The Ickabog by J K Rowling will be published for free in instalments, over the next seven weeks, a chapter (or two, or three), at a time. J K Rowling states ‘It isn’t Harry Potter and it doesn’t include magic. This is an entirely different story.’
When published in November all royalties will be donated to people affected by Coronavirus. Click here to access this resource.
This week’s academic aces are brough to you by Engineering. Amazing, well done to you all.
Please click here to access a list we have compiled with various helplines and services that are available for parents, carers and students to access. Many of them have excellent links to issues surrounding Covid-19.
Further details of Bounce Forwards workshops and strategies can be found by clicking here
Please click here to access information surrounding mental health and Covid -19 from the NHS
Please also remember you can check the IB Wellness Checklist too by clicking here. This is also in your Guide to Home Learning
This week we wanted to let you know about Frankie-Mae in year 9. Frankie-Mae’s Mum works at the hospital.
During lockdown she wanted to do something to help her Mum and the other staff. Using YouTube videos Frankie-Mae taught herself to knit and crochet and she’s been making ear bands for hospital staff, including her Mum to wear.
These bands allow people wearing masks to have them supported at the back of the head rather than on their ears. Wearing masks all day that are on your ears can make their skin really sore and uncomfortable. The Leigh UTC would like to thank Frankie-Mae for making these and helping other people. We are all really proud of you! #Thankyou #UTC #STEM #HomeLearning
Well done to this week’s Academic Aces!