World of Work Week
For the week beginning 8th June 2020 - The Oak National Academy have produced a series of lessons for Work-Related Learning.
You can find the link here https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-10/
It is aimed at Year 10 - but Year 11 will find it useful too.
Useful Well-Being Links
#MindfulnessForChildrenChallenge organised by Tammie Prince (Headteacher, author and authority on mindfulness) https://educationsvoice.wordpress.com/2020/03/25/mindfulness-mindfulness-for-children-covid-19/
Joe Wicks will be running a 30 minute online PE lesson from 9am every morning.
Talking to children about the virus – advice video for adults:
How families can cope with self-isolating together:
Free online learning resources:
Top Tips for Homeschooling from Clare Erasmus
1. Don’t try to replicate school.
2. There is learning to be found in the garden, kitchen, news and documentaries.
3. Build relationships & play games together.
4. Be flexible.
Whilst you still can, take advantage of getting outside and using an open space. Just a few minutes of fresh air and exercise each day can make a huge difference to your mental and physical health.
Though it is important to keep in touch with everyone, manage your screentime and try to avoid ‘fake news’ and rumour about the current situation.
Catch up on some reading instead.
Remember that phones can also be used for talking to people. Who would appreciate a call from you?
Kooth is an online counselling service for young people - click on the link to find out more.