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19/07/18

"If it doesn't challenge you, it doesn't change you!" was the motto during our annual . Find out mor… https://t.co/y02nZh2KSq

17/07/18

We're moving into our and we cannot wait! Read more: https://t.co/HrVSPdndEj https://t.co/bLiW25HA7H

12/07/18

Congratulations to all of our GCSE and A-Level artists who showcased a fantastic and diverse collection of work at… https://t.co/0fjU5XD1Ce

11/07/18

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Oh my, Cambodia Team2 having some fishy adventures 🐟🐠 https://t.co/o4m5ageAoE

11/07/18

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Great to have Blackheath representing for Greenwich ⁦ https://t.co/HTzD5134PY

11/07/18

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Lake Geneva and the blast of a slightly cooler breeze. It really is beautiful. https://t.co/TQMAXWZAOs

11/07/18

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Our 2 Cambodia teams are in great spirits and ready for new adventures https://t.co/wpMSY5dyxv

11/07/18

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The restoration of the taster instruments begins. The elder one is keen to experiment. Showing intuitive technique… https://t.co/Wef5FfjevS

11/07/18

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Awesome day today. Museum's and gardens to tick History, Art, Geography and Science off today's curriculum list. Su… https://t.co/lcPBkhUIGT

11/07/18

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Fondue night! Delicious. https://t.co/E2j77umjBw

11/07/18

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Arrivè a CERN! More photos later, off to a particle physics lecture first. https://t.co/jlOPkQHMpz

10/07/18

"What a year it has been; packed full of memorable experiences for the girls and wonderful opportunities". Our Head… https://t.co/jqmxy6YAFJ

06/07/18

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GOOD LUCK YEAR 6. We will miss you! https://t.co/VKTXIf2nJV

06/07/18

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Whole school end of term picnic ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ https://t.co/k9LYZXuncg

06/07/18

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Cha-Cha ing our way to the end of term https://t.co/ZrNy7U4h64

06/07/18

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Witty inspiring and entertaining prizegiving speech from Kate today! Brilliant ! https://t.co/dc5RwOAYKL

06/07/18

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Great news, can't wait to see some creations. Lovely for us to see where the cash raised is going, thank you! https://t.co/D4RWsiPRLO

06/07/18

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And she’s off. Bye bye Miss White. Off on the Senior School Cambodia trip today and who knows where… https://t.co/i0ze0uHPZU

06/07/18

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Last PE lesson as Year 3, it has been epic https://t.co/UlHwYvK0F0

06/07/18

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helping me on last day of term with some jobs when Ruby Rose from Reception pops in to play… https://t.co/SL10tfORbB

04/07/18

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of the future! Y6 https://t.co/ymSxHpJnsD

04/07/18

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Y6 rightly proud of their Well done girls! https://t.co/U35GIwacit

03/07/18

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Ah the drums! https://t.co/wZuhyKyiyV

03/07/18

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Let the music commence! https://t.co/6dqFi0dGKz

03/07/18

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Love this! Gracie just about to overtake https://t.co/OJPKQQNgRk

03/07/18

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All is ready for Prize-giving ... tissues at the ready parents? https://t.co/71Z4ibSsmG

03/07/18

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What a fab pic! https://t.co/JIfwYtQ5l3

02/07/18

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We’re here and we’ve made a base on Murray mount for the game and then we’re heading to court 1 to wa… https://t.co/6BbTfJZ2Rx

02/07/18

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Girls enjoying watching Serena Williams play! https://t.co/95JvozaTJ0

02/07/18

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Amazing advice for our year 10 and 12 student at our Bright Horizons event- studying in the UK, EU, US, apprentices… https://t.co/277jyhgb7h

02/07/18

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Great start to our Bright Horizons event - networking breakfast with year 10 - lovely to welcome so… https://t.co/z0w3uxDaPf

02/07/18

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Huge thanks to our fabulous team for a brilliant Sixth Form Ball -… https://t.co/4F22PTAie7

01/07/18

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A very big THANK YOU from all of us! You’re all amazing & have truly… https://t.co/pBzvE4z4fq

01/07/18

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More including Florence - there to support https://t.co/3G9qdshkmu

01/07/18

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A lot of girls and mums running in today 👏👏👏👏😎😎🏃‍♀️🏃🏽‍♀️🏃🏿‍♀️ https://t.co/NkQefc4Hje

01/07/18

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01/07/18

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We did it! https://t.co/cPBgyFodav

01/07/18

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Proud parents and our stunning class of 2018 -very proud of them all 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 https://t.co/QomdPR0NKR

01/07/18

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The Mini’s Yr 6 Leavers Party....watching 48 eleven yr olds belt out ‘This is Me’ word perfect was special. It’s th… https://t.co/pgAa1MtmCr

01/07/18

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glorious camp night https://t.co/PUkRnKdBgb

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December 18

60 seconds with Mrs N Roberts, Year 1 teacher and Head of Key Stage 1

Searching for penguins and getting over 130 children on stage at the same time? It's all in a day's work for Mrs N Roberts, Year 1 teacher and Head of Key Stage 1. 

Can you tell us about your role at Blackheath High?
I am a Year 1 teacher and Head of Key Stage 1 and have worked at Blackheath High since January 2011. I teach Year 1 Maths, English, PE, RE, PSHEE and then through the Creative Curriculum, I teach Science, DT, ICT, the Arts and Humanities too. It is a wonderful way to teach and an exciting way to learn. At the moment, we are involved in an adventure about a penguin we have been searching for. We have experimented in Science, read stories and non-fiction books in English, designed boxes to help keep the penguin safe in DT, explored the route we will need to take in ICT, and much more, as we plan how to get her back to Antarctica!

What did you do before you joined us?
Before coming here, I was a prep teacher and Deputy Head of Girls’ Boarding in a school in Belfast, Northern Ireland for three years. I enjoyed working on my MEd at Queen’s University Belfast, while I was there. Before that, I taught for two years in a lovely school in Orwell, Cambridgeshire and before that, I taught in French primary schools in Angouleme for two years and loved it. I did my PGCE at the University of Cambridge and my honours degree in Psychology at the University of St Andrews in Scotland.

What do you like most about your job?
I really enjoy working with the girls. They are so enthusiastic and excited about every part of learning. I also love my colleagues. They are the best teachers I have ever worked alongside.

What makes working here at Blackheath High so rewarding and enjoyable?
I like working here because the girls always give their best and events are always top quality. The teamwork that takes place amongst the staff is really exceptional and I know everyone will help me out with anything. 

What has been your biggest achievement at Blackheath High?
I would say the last six nativities that the Year 1, Year 2 and Reception teachers have done – they have been pretty good! Getting over 130 children under the age of seven on the stage at the same time is quite an achievement each year.

What has been your biggest challenge at Blackheath High?
Nativities! Oh and, stepping in for Mrs Coles on the odd occasion at teatime music concerts. She is amazing so it is difficult to step into her shoes for musical events. Joining the Junior Leadership Team has been quite a big professional challenge and doing that, plus teaching and my Educational Doctorate at the same time is pretty challenging.

What do you enjoy doing in your spare time?
I like running – you might have seen the tweets about Miss White, Mrs Coles and I running half marathons. Miss White and I try to do one every six months. I love art galleries, the theatre and also travelling.

Tell me something surprising about yourself 
I was born in Inverness in Scotland (but unfortunately lost my accent!) and my official name is not Nicky.

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