It’s Mental Health Awareness Week

It’s Mental Health Awareness Week

It’s UK Mental Health Awareness Week and this year’s theme is nature and the environment.

There’s a lot of good research to support the role nature can play in protecting and supporting our mental health.

For many of us though, ‘being in nature’ may not be as easy as it sounds. The good news is, you don’t have to climb a mountain to feel the benefit – there are lots of simple ways to bring nature into your everyday.

Watch the video below and then try some of the top tips on how you can build your own connection with nature.

Extra-curricular Sports are back!!

Extra-curricular Sports are back!!

We are thrilled to announce that our extra-curricular sports schedule is able to start next week.

As we must currently keep to the year group bubbles, the format is slightly different than usual. We will be allocating a night each week to each year group and offering a selection of activities.

The timetable below leads up to half term, and after that, the activities will change to Summer sports. We have taken lots of the students’ suggestions for activities from the recent Student Voice survey and have tried to accommodate as many as we can.

Students should look out for a weekly reminder on social media/TV screens around school, and notices will also be displayed in the PE department.

We want as many of our students to join some of the PE clubs on offer – after the year we have had, physical activity is more important than ever – so parents and carers, please encourage your child to take part.
 
Extra curricular Timetable Summer Term 2021

Year 11 Preparing for Success Live Presentation

Year 11 Preparing for Success Live Presentation

On Wednesday 31st March from 6.00pm-7.00pm, Bury College is hosting a presentation evening live on Microsoft Teams designed to inspire Year 11 pupils and raise aspirations.

This session will be an opportunity for pupils and their parents and carers to virtually attend a presentation delivered by Bury College staff which has been designed to support engagement and help pupils as they prepare to move from school to college.

Throughout the presentation, there will also be the opportunity to ask any questions.

The live presentation can be accessed on the evening by clicking the button below.

Congratulations to our new families!

Congratulations to our new families!

All of us at Tottington High School would like to give a huge CONGRATULATIONS to the Year 6 children who have got a place at our school. You have an exciting road ahead and we are all extremely excited to help you along your journey. Our aim is to help to prepare you for the future, and you will do that by becoming the best possible person you can be, both inside and outside the classroom. We have recorded a short video in which our students tell you why they think our school is so fantastic. Not only that, a few of our current Year 7 students have written letters to you, our future Year 7 students about why they think Tottington High School is a great place to learn, grow and develop. See you all very soon!
It’s World Book Day today!

It’s World Book Day today!

Today is World Book Day. As part of the celebration, staff have taken part in creating our own audiobook. Those who correctly guess the most mystery readers will be entered into a prize draw.

Please could you also take the time to read the World Book Day newsletter and project. Those who hand in the best work from the newsletter and project activities will also receive prizes.

Remember to make use of your World Book Day token which you can print and use to either purchase one of the chosen books or redeem £1 from a title of their choice.

Happy reading!

Miss Arnold

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