KS4 Resources

KS4 Resources

Year 9 Academic Profile December 2020

Year 10 Academic Profile December 2020

Year 11 Academic Profile December 2020

Please see below a student guide to Google Classrooms

Swanlea School Weekly Bulletin (1/15/2021) - This week’s bulletin is full of useful information, including instructions about the ways in which students and teachers can utilise games consoles to access Google Classroom (and Microsoft Teams). Swanlea’s … Continue reading Swanlea School Weekly Bulletin
Remote Learning (1/8/2021) - 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 … Continue reading Remote Learning
Swanlea Express – Issue 27 (11/11/2020) - This newsletter focuses on the outstanding A Level and GCSE results that our students gained this year. It also provides comprehensive information about the way in which social distancing is … Continue reading Swanlea Express – Issue 27
NHS Guide to Differentiate Between Coronavirus, The Common Cold & Flu (9/22/2020) -   The NHS has produced a guide to differentiate between Coronavirus, the common cold and flu. Health experts hope it will make it clearer to people whether they may need … Continue reading NHS Guide to Differentiate Between Coronavirus, The Common Cold & Flu
Swanlea Star Students hit the headlines (8/26/2020) - Swanlea students achieved exceptional GCSE and A level results this year. Some who celebrated on Thursday 20th August and Thursday 13th August were even interviewed by the press. Take a … Continue reading Swanlea Star Students hit the headlines
Families wanted to help study the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on families and communities (8/25/2020) - University College London is working with Tower Hamlets Council to understand the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on families and communities in the borough. It would be fantastic for as many … Continue reading Families wanted to help study the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on families and communities
NHS Test and Trace film opportunity – case studies wanted (8/18/2020) - The Tower Hamlets communications team are looking to create a video to promote the NHS Test and Trace programme, featuring young people in the borough aged 16 upwards who have had … Continue reading NHS Test and Trace film opportunity – case studies wanted
Birdsongs to help soothe you (8/17/2020) - Listening to nature, in particular bird song, can help lift your spirits and remind you that wildlife can be soothing and like a friend to you. Sit back, relax and … Continue reading Birdsongs to help soothe you
Mediterranean-style chicken casserole (8/16/2020) - Why not bring the Mediterranean to your kitchen this summer, with this yummy chicken casserole, using plenty of everyday items such as chicken stock, garlic and pepper. Mediterranean Chicken>>
Storytime videos with Star Wars (8/15/2020) - Three Star Wars characters are here to read you short books from a galaxy far, far away! Three Star Wars books will be read by Daisy Ridley who plays ‘Rey’, … Continue reading Storytime videos with Star Wars
Gratitude Scavenger Hunt (8/14/2020) - It is always a great idea to try and remember the positive things in life. How about reminding each other of what you’re grateful for? This Gratitude Scavenger Hunt is … Continue reading Gratitude Scavenger Hunt
RHS School Gardening have lots of summer holiday activities (8/14/2020) - The RHS Campaign for School Gardening team are sharing activities for families and schools. There is something for everyone, including most recently teaming up with Smart Energy GB and TV … Continue reading RHS School Gardening have lots of summer holiday activities
Quick and easy family meals (8/13/2020) - Are you stuck for ideas of what to cook for dinner each evening? Change4Life have compiled 30 flexible dinner ideas with step-by-step instructions. With healthier versions of fish and chips, curry … Continue reading Quick and easy family meals
Visit the Louvre in Paris (8/13/2020) - Visit the museum’s exhibition rooms and galleries and contemplate the façades of the Louvre. Take a virtual tour and enjoy the view, there are lots of works of art to choose … Continue reading Visit the Louvre in Paris
Enjoy free theatre with the National Theatre live (8/11/2020) - Every Thursday, enjoy a new full-length play for free from the National Theatre. Be sure to check each week what the production is as sometimes it might even be appropriate for … Continue reading Enjoy free theatre with the National Theatre live
Back to nature activity cards (8/10/2020) - The Royal Horticultural Society has collaborated with HRH The Duchess of Cambridge to create a set of activity cards aimed at inspiring children to engage with nature and to get … Continue reading Back to nature activity cards
Do not swim in the Shadwell Basin – it’s not worth the risk (8/9/2020) - A reminder that swimming in Shadwell Basin is strictly forbidden. With temperatures rising, it might look tempting to take a dip during the hot weather, but it is extremely dangerous. … Continue reading Do not swim in the Shadwell Basin – it’s not worth the risk
Stay cool at home (8/8/2020) - Many people will be spending more time at home than usual this summer, whether that’s because you’re shielding, self-isolating, or working from home instead of an air-conditioned office. Make sure … Continue reading Stay cool at home
Stay safe in the heatwave (8/7/2020) - Temperatures are set to soar in London from Thursday 6 August – Sunday 9 August, and are expected to exceed 30 degrees on Friday and Saturday. The Met Office has issued … Continue reading Stay safe in the heatwave
Every Mind Matters (8/6/2020) - Developed by Public Health England and the NHS, Every Mind Matters offers clear expert advice, practical tips and actions to take care of your mental health and wellbeing. Advice includes how … Continue reading Every Mind Matters