Category Archives: 6th Form Resources

#YourDigitalFamily – join the fun

Does your family know its TikTok from its Twitter, Deliveroo from Discord or Bieber from Baby Shark?

The Parental Engagement Team  at Tower Hamlets Council has launched a fun new quiz, which will test your family’s tech knowledge. The online quiz is suitable for parents and secondary school-aged children, who can take part from the comfort of their own home.

All you need to join is an internet-enabled device such as a smartphone, tablet or laptop.

Don’t miss the next digital family quiz events – prizes to be won!

  • Fri 5 and Fri 12 Feb, 7pm-9pm

For more details and the Zoom invitation, email or call: 020 7364 6398.

Free virtual workshops for young people in Tower Hamlets from Safe East

Safe East is the integrated substance misuse and sexual health service for young people in Tower Hamlets aged 10-19 (up to 25 for SEND and LAC).

Topics covered in training include:

  • Healthy and unhealthy relationships
  • Relationships and emotions
  • Sexually transmitted infections
  • Contraception
  • Drugs
  • Cyberbullying
  • Puberty
  • Alcohol
  • Smoking

Please contact Abdullah Junaid on Abdullah.Junaid@COMPASS-UK.ORG or phone on 07881 020 165 for a booking form or more information.

Remote Learning

As you will be aware, on Monday 4th January 2021 the Prime Minister announced that all schools were to switch to remote learning.  We will provide high-quality education for your child during this time.

Swanlea Remote Lesson Times

·         Session 1         9-10.15am

·         Session 2         11.15-12.30pm

·         Session 3         2-3.15pm

In addition your child will have one assembly per week lead by their Learning Co-ordinator

Your child will also have one PSHEE task per week set by their tutor

In order to support you and your child with their home learning we will contact you if your child if does not logon to their Google Classroom lesson and actively engage with learning.

Our top tips for successful remote learning are:

·         Try to encourage your child to be ready and dressed for the start of the school day, and to keep to their timetable or a routine

·         Distinguish between weekdays and weekends, and make it clear when the school day is over, to separate home and school life

·         Plan breaks and exercise into the day to help keep your child active

Please click here to view a student guide to using Google Classrooms.