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24/11/20

Retweeted From Mrs Richards MCCT 👩‍🔬

7B and I watched the Cirque de Soleil video and were absolutely entranced. A lovely way to start the day. https://t.co/OIuzJbIGRZ

24/11/20

Retweeted From GDSTSkills

A great opportunity for students to take part in live work experience programmes with top employers via https://t.co/vnBlpP7QkI What sector or company will you find out more about? sounds pretty cool. Apply now https://t.co/Kku9USYams

24/11/20

👋 Florence 🐶❤️

24/11/20

We love this, Florence! 🐶 https://t.co/WsYLVzTnei

24/11/20

A reminder of this Thursday’s Talks event, open to parents and alumnae: ‘Helping your child understand : how to support their and development in a world post Covid’, with via Zoom: Thurs 26th Nov, at 6pm 👇 - https://t.co/O93MVRcvAG https://t.co/FJnjnatcVq

24/11/20

Retweeted From Sarah Skevington

Love our inspirational displays Juniors https://t.co/LuxowZ0dt9

24/11/20

Retweeted From Sarah Skevington

Someone will be missing her.. https://t.co/GarwtxIT12

24/11/20

Retweeted From M-C Bonnar

Y5 enjoying the session by this afternoon! https://t.co/QcBWU4ycQk

24/11/20

Retweeted From TuneUp Arts

Great to see enjoying https://t.co/FAWh1remOS

24/11/20

Retweeted From BlackheathHigh Sport

Our year 8s working hard at Hockey and Run club yesterday afternoon. https://t.co/AKDz8CU3lm

24/11/20

Thank you again for joining us!

24/11/20

We can’t wait

24/11/20

We can’t wait to take part in today 🎼☺️ https://t.co/fxDVVHRicH

23/11/20

Retweeted From GirlsDaySchoolTrust

“We need to be working doubly hard with this generation of young women to ensure they can see what they might be one day…” The 's CEO Cheryl Giovannoni's full speech at the https://t.co/CgyBWfSToM

23/11/20

Working with bots today in Year 2! https://t.co/4thQFx89Ig

23/11/20

Big smiles in Year 2 art class today! https://t.co/5Araps6T0D

20/11/20

So happy to have welcomed Operatic Tenor Brian Smith Walters to our Wollstonecraft Speaker Series, who not only sang beautifully, he also gave the girls a brilliant insight in to the world of performing arts. Thank you ! https://t.co/iyScEwSIYf

19/11/20

Brilliant work, girls! 👏👏👏 https://t.co/LcjxqkwFXW

19/11/20

Retweeted From GDST Alumnae Network

Dr Woodman is a Psychology Consultant at , Guys and St Thomas' . On 26 November she will talking about 's impact on young people's mental health and development. Open to parents & Alumnae. Contact your school to book a place. https://t.co/nbYglJD7zT

19/11/20

Retweeted From Steven Henderson

wonderful to hear about Diwali experiences from our students in this morning’s assembly, with some superb dancing! https://t.co/ikqRGQO19B

19/11/20

Retweeted From Natalie Argile

Started my day with a great big smile after a brilliant assembly from our students on Diwali and what it means to them. You can’t not smile after watching them dance! https://t.co/uZJ1QUshTS

18/11/20

Love this, Year 9! https://t.co/t4wymBiy6b

18/11/20

Retweeted From Mrs Richards MCCT 👩‍🔬

Direction of light and making periscopes with . Watch out, these girls can see round corners and over desks now https://t.co/aNnfrCJrAu

17/11/20

Retweeted From BlackheathHigh Sport

One half for our Year 7 netballers training hard. Working on keeping possession 🙌🏻 https://t.co/dmDu0edEXd

16/11/20

Amazing work girls! Our Junior School has raised over £500 and still counting for https://t.co/NxH30dq6PQ

16/11/20

Enjoying some special lunches in the Senior School today! https://t.co/uMdKoLDKYF

16/11/20

Amazing work 5B! Happy https://t.co/v2uX6Uu1Uo

16/11/20

It was lovely to meet all our brilliant 11+ candidates this weekend. You were all amazing. https://t.co/uBvmrCvlda

16/11/20

Retweeted From Carol Chandler-Thomp

Fascinating Diwali assembly from this morning with some beautiful images from the Ramayana manuscripts. Happy Diwali to all our families! https://t.co/JAta0HeK3G

16/11/20

Lovely smiles from 5H! https://t.co/0tuHXWpqTU

16/11/20

More celebrations here at Blackheath High Junior School 😊 https://t.co/ceG0663TaE

16/11/20

We're celebrating in school today. Happy Diwali everyone! https://t.co/TTydiYDR8T

12/11/20

Retweeted From GDST Alumnae Network

Launching Talks... a series of online seminars for GDST parents & alumnae. From helping children cope with to teaching them about racism, expert speakers break down key issues right now — https://t.co/whdLOoiNmJ

12/11/20

Spot the difference! Year 1 dressed-up in spots today, having fun and raising money for https://t.co/7xCYfur0b8

12/11/20

Brilliant work 👏👏👏 https://t.co/kytSm7hK90

12/11/20

Amazing work by everyone in our Junior School who are raising money for today. We love the creative hairstyles! 👏👏👏 https://t.co/X8zG6tLeMW

11/11/20

Year 9 practising new tricks at today’s table tennis club 🤩🏓 https://t.co/X5u5EzpfdR

Latest news

November 18

Go Red for Dyslexia!

The dreaded red, a colour we have all seen throughout our education, the red pen used to highlight our mistakes. Dyslexia Associations across the world have chosen this colour to take back its meaning and globally promote dyslexia awareness. 

Dyslexia is still very misunderstood and can go undiagnosed for many years. This year, Dyslexia Awareness Week focussed on what dyslexia creates. Dyslexia is a gift which creates artists, entrepreneurs and game changers, but we know that it also can create challenges, inequality and prejudice which through awareness can be addressed.

At Blackheath High School, in collaboration with myself and the SENDCO department, we decided to run a competition where girls had to design a red themed t-shirt to promote Dyslexia Awareness Week. The aim was to emphasise what dyslexia meant to them. There were many fantastic designs which made the judging very difficult!

The overall winner was Eleanor, 7G, whose imaginative design can be seen here. The winner and runners up each won a selection of books to spark their interest in reading.

1st place: 
Eleanor 

Runners up:
Evie 
Lilly Rose 
Lois 
Sophia

Did you know?

  • 10 to 15% of the UK population have dyslexia. That’s more than 9 million people.
  • Dyslexia is a learning difference which mainly affects reading and writing skills. However, it does not only affect these skills. Dyslexia is also about the way someone processes information.
  • Not everyone’s dyslexia is the same. It affects people in different ways.
  • It is a combination of abilities and difficulties. Many people with dyslexia have some great strengths, including creativity and problem solving.

 

Written by Mrs D Glazebrook
Written by Mrs D Glazebrook

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