We are determined that our students are able to achieve well and leave us as confident, compassionate and articulate individuals with the skills to support them through the rest of their lives.
We will engage students in learning. Our teachers strive to bring out the very best in the students with whom they work.
We believe the students’ voice should be heard and their ideas valued and respected. They should enjoy their time at school and this should be seen in their academic successes and in the way they conduct themselves in and out of school on a daily basis.
Our Sixth Form will help you widen your horizons and look further afield as you consider the next steps in your life. All students benefit from a unique enrichment programme, extended work placements, and University visits.
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Cold water shock makes you gasp uncontrollably and breathe in water, which can quickly lead to drowning. If you find yourself unexpectedly in the water, the message is to float until the cold water shock has passed -'Float to Live' #ColdWaterKills https://t.co/QxUv6F44UY
This month's Action for Happiness calendar is 'Joyful June' with suggested daily actions to help us look for what's good even in difficult times. You can download it and there are also different language versions of the calendar available. https://t.co/0o2ZZurwMM #Wellbeing
The latest edition of 'The Week Junior' is ready to read online here: https://t.co/w6NC3PrCxc Specially written for young people, this is full of news from home and around the world, plus sports, entertainment, science, animals and the environment, debates and more!
Read about our staff vs students 'Meadowhead to Madrid' fitness challenge ..... a quick update - the staff are in Madrid! Students you have 132 miles to go... it would be great if both teams could meet up in Madrid, so keep sending in your miles. https://t.co/sbNc4YYbPg
If you are looking for some half-term reading inspiration you can see all our recent 'Books of the Week' in the library section of our website. Here you can also find details of our e-book platform and see our recommended reading lists. https://t.co/SE8W0eZF5f #welovereading https://t.co/Mo8TLt37yu
Learn Sheffield continue to work with partners across the city to produce this weekly Home Learning Supplement which is included in the Star Newspaper on Thursdays. You can see Meadowhead's contribution here, and access this week's full edition here: https://t.co/Kxg5F62Mbz https://t.co/ZMRXdQZuqk
HeppSY have launched some free 'Here to Help' resources designed to help Y9-Y13s with their higher education and career choices: https://t.co/0AKy7ZzAdB Don't forget we also have a great careers section on our own website, packed with useful information #Careers
It's Thank A Teacher Day today and we are so thankful ourselves (and a little emotional) for all the kind words we have received from our students and parents. We have put a compilation on our website: https://t.co/Y5f7vmixCJ #thankateacherday
(1/2)For those who don't know we are up and running on Instagram as well as Twitter. We are doing a race to Madrid with the football trip being cancelled due to Covid-19 staff vs students! More information is to follow #greenarmy #racetomadrid #nofilters https://t.co/giEBCN7HUG
(2/2)Race to Madrid is simple all you need to do is post your distances to our Instagram page the first team to Madrid wins! Distances can be from a run, walk or cycle. Mr Sturman will then keep a running total. Daily updates will be posted to keep you up to date. #racetomadrid