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24/03/17

Retweeted From D&T

Cast pewter inserts into laser cut cork meets . 6th form project nearing comp… https://t.co/vbD5FHDA8b

24/03/17

Retweeted From Sarah Skevington

All in red for , great KS2 choir assembly ahead of Bromley music festival today. Good… https://t.co/utj63YVKzI

24/03/17

Retweeted From Sarah Skevington

Great fun . Cakes sold out! https://t.co/233TWJU60q

23/03/17

Codebreaking - a fantastic end to a fascinating CSI science event for our Y5 who ejopyed making and using the Caesa… https://t.co/J9CeijYUSE

23/03/17

Y5 investigate 'Poison Pens' using paper chromatography (who left the note at the scene) while learning all about a… https://t.co/ExUkiGO33v

23/03/17

Retweeted From BHS Junior Music

Listen. Video taken at 21.49 on Friday. Our choir started at 09.30 that day. Stunning sound, astounding stamina… https://t.co/FVLqlAJhnk

23/03/17

Y5 CSI are now casting their thumbs, learning how criminal marks are 'mould' & solving an animal tracking mystery!… https://t.co/JyY0nL6kSZ

23/03/17

Y5 Crime Scene Investigators learn all about fingerprints to help nail the perpetrator https://t.co/hyJeXOesZQ

23/03/17

Y5 are becoming CSI BHS at Seniors this morning-let the scientific investigations commence -who did it?… https://t.co/aRx78qrnil

23/03/17

Retweeted From NHS Million

Please RT to say thank you to all the emergency services who acted so bravely in Westminster today. You are all her… https://t.co/RdWGyrN58c

22/03/17

Retweeted From GDST Skills

Lots of great opportunities for students, whether you enjoy writing, drawing or coding the stories https://t.co/AwsKZJU3kc

22/03/17

Retweeted From Christine Pheiffer

Enfin! Female author in French school exams for first time since 1990s https://t.co/LIWtCZqSS2

22/03/17

Retweeted From WomanthologyUK

Proving them wrong: “Girls don’t do . They don’t pass.” Oh yes they do... https://t.co/B0MjmtMFhNhttps://t.co/SwpDCIe7LC

22/03/17

Retweeted From BHS en français

Les lettres de nos correspondants sont arrivées, les élèves sont plus que ravies. Merci On prépare no… https://t.co/T3T6SBnoAX

22/03/17

Retweeted From BlackheathHighDrama

Delighted our Lois and the band from have been nominated for an Olivier Award for outstanding achie… https://t.co/PvICUcrH6I

22/03/17

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Congratulations Lois! 👏🏻 https://t.co/8tX7F6OP9Q

21/03/17

Retweeted From Mary on the Green

Buy your limited edition print! sales.org https://t.co/V7I9VDga9q

21/03/17

Retweeted From BHS en français

Notre assistante de français a même sorti son béret à l'occasion de la journée de la Francophonie https://t.co/qTqlfPhVga

21/03/17

Retweeted From D&T

Year10 3D prints coming along well- perfume bottle redesign https://t.co/lHxCDyX7L2

21/03/17

Retweeted From Dr Jess Wade 👩🏻‍🔬

Science doesn't stop after . : persuasive posters for . 💁🏻🔬🔭👩🏼‍🔧… https://t.co/ljI81Nz7x2

21/03/17

Retweeted From Dr Jess Wade 👩🏻‍🔬

Voting is open for the alumna of the year >https://t.co/geqGcKl2pK (+25% are grads)👮‍♀️👩🏿‍🏭👩‍🔬👩… https://t.co/msZoMsRgsZ

17/03/17

Retweeted From BlackheathHigh Sport

Good luck to Lara A who is competing in the English Schools cross-country competition this weekend! ! 🏃🏼‍♀️

17/03/17

Retweeted From BHS Junior Music

What a privilege to sing at The Royal Festival Hall today. Stunning. Share the music, spread the joy… https://t.co/B87Bjb0np2

17/03/17

Retweeted From Sarah Skevington

Thank you! Not that we were waiting long but we fitted a second song in! https://t.co/MldRlCk3Wa

17/03/17

Retweeted From BHS Junior Music

Chamber Choir chilling out before the evening ahead! https://t.co/O5lYkI1WTC

17/03/17

Retweeted From Sarah Skevington

Some inspirational teachers +their mini mes Dress as a person. Impossible to mini me Mrs Smit… https://t.co/W2IBGf3Tus

17/03/17

Retweeted From Sarah Skevington

Doctors, astronauts, civil engineers- women of the future https://t.co/rnPzCy5LCk

17/03/17

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choir impromptu practice at station! https://t.co/a60M6HxXi5

17/03/17

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Music to our ears! Thanks for brightening peoples day! https://t.co/Yy9EIDRZ0q

17/03/17

Good luck to our Junior Chamber Choir Finals - may the winning streak continue! https://t.co/9LS3xWeszC

17/03/17

Retweeted From Let's All Dance

Not a bad place 4 a little Friday sing song 😃 🎶 🎶😃 Stunning girls!#FestivalHall https://t.co/ERmuwvE5mq

17/03/17

Retweeted From Sarah Skevington

love this day. Spotted Eden from Juniors in the video! https://t.co/OMMYEd6AB4

17/03/17

Retweeted From BHS Big Build

Our new library is taking shape! https://t.co/cGLwPrkqO7

17/03/17

Retweeted From M-C Bonnar

We're here! choir of the year 2017! https://t.co/enz8dTJ21z

16/03/17

Retweeted From Natalie Argile

Fabulous assembly from Mrs Richard this morning on Science Fiction vs Science Fact! https://t.co/L4owpH9zAs

16/03/17

Retweeted From BHS en français

Improvisation avec les émotions https://t.co/XIlzPGaTAS

16/03/17

Retweeted From BHS en français

Un grand merci à Émilie, un excellent atelier d'improvisation! https://t.co/fPh7eKdGct

15/03/17

Retweeted From Angela Charlton

Congratulations https://t.co/hZYCSSUdHn

15/03/17

Retweeted From Jules McNally Norman

Extremely proud of Junior School chamber choir, winners of of the year 2017. Inspirational is our hero!

15/03/17

Retweeted From Craig Polley

2017 https://t.co/f5imD2nPEu

Senior Leadership Team Blog

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Educational Comment from the Senior Leadership Team - Mrs Argile on Internet Safety
March 2

Educational Comment from the Senior Leadership Team - Mrs Argile on Internet Safety

February 3

Educational Comment from the Senior Leadership Team - Miss Daly

Bereavement When someone dies in a community, whether the death is of an individual or someone known to a group, it has an affect and the response needs to be managed very carefully.   At the beginning of this term, the Junior School learned of the death of a dear friend and colleague, Peter. His passing came as a shock to us all.   We cannot take away the sadness felt, but we can acknowledge it and support each other through the experience.   Young children often have a surprising capacity to deal with the truth.  It is important to understand the impact bereavement can have on young children.  Common reactions can include: anxiety, vivid memories, sleep difficulties, anger and physical complaints amongst other experiences.  Communication, however, is the key to how children can be helped.  Ways in which this can happen start with acknowledging the death and giving children the chance to talk and validate their feelings in a safe environment.  A heightened sense of anxiety is normal following a bereavement.  The complex mixture of emotions can be very confusing and can feel quite scary for children.  It is important to promote a sense of calm in order to help children to relax.  Simple relaxation exercises, alongside opportunities to create timelines, share memories, draw pictures and read stories that guide children through the emotions are an important part of this process. As a school, simply carrying on with our usual day-to-day activities can help to support a grieving child. These familiar routines, both at school and home, can give children a sense of normality.  Everyone, whether an adult or child, will grieve in their own way.  It is important that assumptions about what an individual should be doing, how they should be feeling or what is going to help them are not made.  There is no rule book. Children and young people mature at different rates and their understanding and responses to bereavement are likely to be based as much on their experience of life, as on their chronological age.  Research conducted by Child Bereavement UK and common sense has shown that most grieving children do not need a ‘bereavement expert’, they need people around them who care.  Further support can be obtained from organisations such as Child Bereavement UK (www.childbereavementuk.org), and Winston’s Wish for younger children and families, who also offer a National Freephone Helpline that is manned by trained clinical practitioners and can be accessed on 08088 020 021.  As well as this, Young Minds website is specifically for older pupils (KS3) and their families. Young Minds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people (http://www.youngminds.org.uk). Miss Daly Head of Juniors
Educational Comment from the Senior Leadership Team - Mrs Gilfedder-Bonnar
January 20

Educational Comment from the Senior Leadership Team - Mrs Gilfedder-Bonnar

Educational Comment from the Senior Leadership Team - Miss Dunn
December 9

Educational Comment from the Senior Leadership Team - Miss Dunn

Educational comment from Senior Leadership Team - Mrs Elliott
November 25

Educational comment from Senior Leadership Team - Mrs Elliott

Educational Comment from the Senior Leadership Team - Mrs Chandler-Thompson
November 11

Educational Comment from the Senior Leadership Team - Mrs Chandler-Thompson

Why girls simply must not give up on sport - Mrs Chandler-Thompson
September 20

Why girls simply must not give up on sport - Mrs Chandler-Thompson

A canine education - Mrs Skevington, Head of Junior School
February 24

A canine education - Mrs Skevington, Head of Junior School

Inspiring and equipping girls to strive for personal excellence -Mrs Chandler-Thopson, Head
February 11

Inspiring and equipping girls to strive for personal excellence -Mrs Chandler-Thopson, Head

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