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KS4 PIE September 2021 (9/16/2021) - Please click the link below: KS4 PIE September 2021
Year 10 Parents and Carers information (9/3/2021) - Centre Policy Summer 2021 TAGs Appeals Year 10 Year 10 Assessment Overview Sheet
June 2021 Half-Term Newsletter and Star Students (6/1/2021) - June 2021 Half-Term Newsletter & star students
Year 7 Easter Lunch Party – ‘Thank You to The Indian Buttler’ (4/1/2021) - Year 7 Easter Lunch Party by Nasir Uddin
British Islamic Medical Association (BIMA) Addresses Covid-19 Vaccine (3/24/2021) - Taking the Covid-19 vaccines on offer in the UK is permissible in Islam and does not invalidate fasting, says the British Islamic Medical Association (BIMA). See Covid-19 Vaccine Hub Myths … Continue reading British Islamic Medical Association (BIMA) Addresses Covid-19 Vaccine
Swanlea School Bulletin (3/5/2021) - Find out what our Headteacher, Ms Landers has to say about School re-opening for face-face lessons next week. Swanlea’s 7th Weekly Bulletin
Easter Recipe Boxes (3/4/2021) - Check out these Easter Recipe Boxes from the London Borough of Tower Hamlets: LBTH Easter Recipe Boxes
Lateral Flow Testing Parents Information Meeting (3/1/2021) - Lateral Flow Testing Parents Information Meeting
Swanlea School Weekly Bulletin (2/28/2021) - This week’s newsletter is dedicated to World Book Day. Teachers have written about their favourite books and you can view the photos that they have provided to mark the occasion. … Continue reading Swanlea School Weekly Bulletin
Free virtual workshops for young people in Tower Hamlets from Safe East (1/27/2021) - 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 … Continue reading Free virtual workshops for young people in Tower Hamlets from Safe East
Tower Hamlets Talking Therapies offer free webinars for parents (1/12/2021) - Since the recent announcement of schools being closed, it has meant a lot of sudden changes for parents which can have an impact on mental wellbeing.  Tower Hamlets Talking Therapies … Continue reading Tower Hamlets Talking Therapies offer free webinars for parents
The Oak National Academy teacher hub (1/11/2021) - The Oak National Academy was created in April 2020 in response to the Covid-19 outbreak. Leading education organisations, with over 300 teachers, came together to create over 600 lessons to … Continue reading The Oak National Academy teacher hub
Education Support are here for you (1/7/2021) - Education Support are the only UK charity dedicated to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of education staff in schools, colleges and universities. They have produced a series of short … Continue reading Education Support are here for you
Tower Hamlets Council’s Wellbeing Programme for Schools (12/3/2020) - Tower Hamlets Council are rolling out a wellbeing programme for schools which will include training and resources on mental wellbeing. The programme will aim to support mental wellbeing and resilience … Continue reading Tower Hamlets Council’s Wellbeing Programme for Schools
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
Match of the Day Kickabout (7/31/2020) - Head over to CBBC for this football fitness and skills series, which can be carried out either at home or out in the garden. The football home circuit is aimed … Continue reading Match of the Day Kickabout
The British Museum – Museum of the World (4/2/2020) - https://britishmuseum.withgoogle.com/  An interactive experience through time, continents and cultures, featuring some of the most fascinating objects in human history. You will also be able to listen to the British Museum … Continue reading The British Museum – Museum of the World
Coronavirus: Advice on staying safe and what you can do if you are worried (4/1/2020) - Advice provided by Psychologist Laverne Antrobus https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/51896156 1.  Don’t bottle up your worries – Talk to a trusted adult 2.  Find different ways to stay in touch with elderly relatives – either … Continue reading Coronavirus: Advice on staying safe and what you can do if you are worried