Prime Minister Boris Johnson to address all school leavers. On Friday 10 July at 10am, the Prime Minister will be giving an address to all school leavers which will be broadcast on Facebook and YouTube.
We appreciate that many people will find the coming months very challenging. If we were in school together at a time like this, we would be drawing on lessons from our faith to help us through. Over the course of the next few weeks we will be sharing some videos which we hope will be helpful and will give all members of a school community something to refelct on and think about.
St. Matthew's Church also have a Youtube channel which includes some thoughts and reflections which some members of the school community may find useful at this time. Youtube link
Year 7, 8 & 9 Assembly - 1st July 2020 - Hello from Staff Video
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There are also a number of free educational resources online which are available for students to access, including:
Creative, arts & crafts:
English, Languages and Literacy:
Borrow Box Just install the free App, and start to type Walsall in the ‘library’ box. It comes up with ‘Walsall Library Service’. Then you just log in with your Library Card number and PIN. This service is free for all members of Walsall Libraries. If you have any issues accessing services please contact your local library for assistance.
History & Geography:
ICT, Media and Technology:
The following Maths Websites require a login, pupils logins are available on Show My Homework
Fun & General resources:
Students may find this period of uncertainty distressing, where ever possible we will strive to support them and their families during this time. Students can look after their mental wellbeing by participating in exercise where possible (yoga, walking, dancing), ensuring they reach out to people if needed and taking time out to relax. There are a number of charities that offer support to young people:
Students may also find the following links for Mindfulness useful:
"...and Jesus answering said unto them, Have Faith In God..." Mark 11:22