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Walthamstow School for Girls Ofsted Outstanding Provider

Year 8

Key Dates for Year 8 2019-20 

Date Event
10 October Early Closure at 14.30 for Open Evening
11 October School Closure for Staff Training
29 October Parent Information Evening
9 December School Closure
10 December Early Closure at 14.30 for Community Party
12 December Christmas Concert
20 December End of Autumn Term, Early Closure at 13.00
5 March Parent's Evening
6 March International Women's Day
8 May Bank Holiday (Friday)
11-22 May Year 8 Exams Fortnight
13 May Early Closure at 14.30 for Staff Training
30 June & 2 July Humanities Trip to London Zoo
10 June Early Closure at 14.30 for Staff Training
17 July End of Summer Term, Early Closure at 13.00

East Summer Shool 2020 goes Virtual 

We’re thrilled to announce that East Summer School is back this year and, for the first time, we are bringing it all to you online! 

If you’re aged 12–17 – and live in Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets or Waltham Forest – and interested in creative, tech and design industries, why not sign up for the FREE East Summer School? From one-off classes to full-week courses, there are lots of fantastic sessions packed with unique and interactive experiences. It’s a great chance to meet new people and have fun! We know that the world is a very strange place at the moment and we’re all spending more time at home. All this extra time we have is perfect to learn some new and exciting skills, no matter your ability. 

Summer School courses are being delivered by world-leading organisations, such as the BBC and UCL who will be moving to east London as part of East Bank. As well as working alongside institutions that are already here, such as Staffordshire University London, Studio Wayne McGregor, The Yard Theatre and many more. 

The courses are as varied as the contributors! This year, there are three categories of courses available:

•  Intensive – a course taking place over a number of days where you work towards a tangible outcome

•  Interactive – a course taking place over a few hours, maybe in one day or spread out over two, where the workshop is interactive and you produce something at the end

•  Informative – a one-off webinar style information sharing workshop, where you will be able to find out key information on a subject or career.

SIGN UP NOW!

Join the conversation online using #EastSummerSchool. If you have any questions, please email SummerSchool@QueenElizabethOlympicPark.co.uk.

Please find our exciting promo film here

We have a variety of courses on offer such as, creative arts, theatre, engineering , architecture, dance and much more for 3 weeks from Monday 27th July – Friday 14th August!

The programme is free and pupils can sign up to the programme by going to www.QueenElizabethOlympicPark.co.uk/Summerschool

If you need more information on the programme please feel free to contact SummerSchool@Londonlegacy.co.uk to help with all enquiries

Hope to see your pupils logging on!

Go! Schools

The Go! Schools Network Survey is open for one last week, if you haven’t already completed it please follow this link, this will help us to shape the network and the opportunities available to your school and you will be entered into a prize draw to win £50 Westfield Voucher or a pair of tickets to ride the ArcelorMittal Orbit Slide (once it opens again!).

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London Legacy Development Corporation
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London
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Email: laylaconway@londonlegacy.co.uk
Web: www.QueenElizabethOlympicPark.co.uk

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A Message from your SPL - 6 July 2020 

6 July 2020

Dear students, parents and carers,

I hope you and your family are well and safe.

From last weekend, some local businesses such as pubs, cafes, restaurants, hairdressers and more have reopened their doors. Even though some of you will be desperate for a hot chocolate with friends in a café and a decent haircut (!), please be vigilant and continue to keep your social distance from others to be safe. There will be some safety restrictions, such as queuing, seating arrangements and limiting the number of people inside.

Places of worship can also begin to reopen from Saturday 4th July, which is great news for some of you who meet regularly with your families and friends there. Again, please make sure you keep safe at all times and follow the guidelines of your chosen place of worship.

These few months have been really challenging for our mental well-being and not being able to be with our loved ones was particularly trying and still is for many families.

Remember that you should all be reading and completing your quizzes for Accelerated Reader. Please make sure you don’t neglect your reading. It is such a wonderful way to relax, escape and learn!

Ms Kelly has sent messages to parents, carers and students about the new login for myon website, which has free books to read. The login has changed for the summer offer, so you need to read the message carefully. Please send Ms Kelly an email if there are any queries about your logins. Details are also on the AR website and Greensheet. You will also find details of a list of new books to celebrate Diversity, which are all AR books that students can quiz on!  All this is also on the school website.

Welcome to week 11 of online learning.

Remember to keep the momentum going with your work right until the end of the summer term! You have been submitting excellent assignments and your teachers are keeping track of your progress. Some of you have even received personalised emails to congratulate and praise you for completing all of your learning assignments and for having made a fantastic effort to produce excellent work! I am very proud of you and you should be proud of yourselves too!

Organise yourself so you complete 2 / 3 assignments per day and submit them as you go along so you don’t forget. Remember if you have any general school issues or you are having problems with Teams, please contact us at info@wsfg.waltham.sch.uk  

Some of you have been receiving personalised phone calls from your tutors last week and it will continue so that ALL of you have a positive conversation before the end of the school year!

Remember to keep checking the school website as new information will be posted about the September start.

Well done again for engaging so brilliantly with Tutor Time! Remember to register at
1.30 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays!

Here is next week’s full VTALK Schedule. Please feel free to join and watch! It’s free and really interesting.

I encourage you to join 2 particularly interesting talks:

One about British identity and British Values on Wednesday 8th July at 2 p.m.,  Kanbar Hossein Bor, formerly Deputy High Commissioner for Bangladesh is interviewed SFS. He will reflect on his personal journey from child refugee to British diplomat as he is asked questions by young people including on the meaning of British identity, British values and the challenges and opportunities of being a diplomat in the current climate.

The second is on Friday 10th July at 10 am with polar explorer, Ben Saunders, who will talk to young people across the UK about his career and adventures. Ben will discuss with students the importance of goal setting, self-belief, resilience, teamwork, communication, and leadership. This exciting Vtalk is not to be missed!

WEEK STARTING MONDAY 6 JULY 2020

DATE

SPEAKER

INFO

Mon 6th July
10 a.m.

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Katy Sumption, Author & Creative Director

Interested in advertising and how to start your career? Tune in to listen to co-founder of a creative agency and author, Katy Sumption speak about her career journey and what lead her to write a book for young people about anxiety.

Tues 7th July
10 a.m.

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Cassie Chadderton CEO, World Book Day

Most of us have heard of World Book Day! Join SFS and World Book Day's CEO, Cassie Chadderton to discuss her varied career in the creative industries, the importance of the arts in society and more about World Book Day.

Tues 7th July
2 p.m.

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Matt Brittin, President, EMEA Business & Operations, Google

Matt will be joining SFS to discuss his life lessons and advice, preparing for the world of work and the ever-changing tech industry - what could this look like in 2030 and how can students prepare themselves for a career in tech?

Wed 8th July 10 a.m.

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Adam Forbes, Head of Marketing, BP Launchpad

Join this Vtalk to learn more about business start-ups and delivering cleaner energy to the world - a must attend for those interested in entrepreneurship, business or the environment.

Wed 8th July
2 p.m.

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Kanbar Hossein Bor, Deputy High Commissioner for Bangladesh

Join us as Kanbar Hossein Bor, formerly Deputy High Commissioner for Bangladesh is interviewed SFS. He will reflect on his personal journey from child refugee to British diplomat as he is asked questions by young people including on the meaning of British identity, British values and the challenges and opportunities of being a diplomat in the current climate.

Thurs
9th July
2 p.m.

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In Collaboration with Penguin Talks: Simon Armstrong, ‎Publicity Manager and Hannah Chukwu, Editorial, Penguin Random House

How to Get into Publishing

Penguin employees, Simon Armstrong and Hannah Chukwu, share how the industry works, how books are made and how to get into publishing.

Fri 10th July 10 a.m.

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Ben Saunders, Polar Explorer

Join us as polar explorer, Ben Saunders, talks to young people across the UK about his career and adventures. Ben will discuss with students the importance of goal setting, self-belief, resilience, teamwork, communication, and leadership. This exciting Vtalk is not to be missed!

HOW TO JOIN THE VTALKS

  • Join 10 minutes before the VTALK to be ready
  • You can join without needing an account – Watch how here

For full speaker descriptions visit the VTALK Schedule here

Kind regards

Ms Desbenoit
Student Progress Leader Year 8 / Diversity Coordinator

A Message from your SPL - 29 June 2020 

29 June 2020

Dear students, parents and carers,

I hope you and your family are well and safe.

What a first week of British summer we’ve had! I hope you managed to enjoy some glorious weather with friends and family in the park or private gardens, it is so important for our mental wellbeing to spend time with people we love.

From this Saturday 4th July, pubs and restaurants will be able to open, along with places of worship, hairdressers and some other leisure facilities. We all need to try and maintain a 2-metre distance wherever possible, however the Government's new “1 metre plus” rule means that we can relax the distance between ourselves and others to 1 metre, if we're unable to maintain 2 metres. Please make sure you stay alert and safe though.

A reminder about the EAST Summer School which is a completely free programme for 12 – 17 year olds who live in the local area and want to have fun and learn a new creative skill in the summer holidays. You can register here.  

Welcome to week 10 of online learning.

Some of you will continue to receive personalised emails to congratulate you for completing all your learning assignments and for having made a fantastic effort to produce excellent work! Well done!

On top of that ALL of you will be receiving personalised phone calls by your tutors! Before the end of the school year, to complete the term in a positive way and to engender a sense of support ready for next term, Tutors will be making individual calls to their Tutors group students during the final three weeks of the summer term. Please do not get anxious about those phone calls as they are to check how students are, ask if they have any plans for the summer holiday, talk about September 2020 as a fresh term (in the hope that all is back to usual) and to ask them to keep checking the school website as new information will be posted about the September start.

Well done again for engaging so brilliantly with Tutor Time! Remember to register at
1.30 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays!

On top of your schoolwork, you should all be reading and completing your quizzes for Accelerated Reader. Please make sure you don’t neglect your reading. It is such a wonderful way to relax, escape and learn!

Please continue to stay calm and to look after your mental well-being.  Remember if you have any general school issues or you are having problems with Teams, please contact us at info@wsfg.waltham.sch.uk  

Here is next week’s full VTALK Schedule. Please feel free to join and watch! It’s free and really interesting.

WEEK STARTING MONDAY 29 JUNE 2020 

DATE 

SPEAKER 

INFO 

Mon 29th June 

2 p.m. 

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Mark Maciver, Slider of Slidercuts 

Barber Mark Maciver, better known as the ‘Slider’ of SliderCuts, shapes up a list of high-profile clients, including Stormzy, Tinie Tempah, Anthony Joshua and Marvin Humes. Having started out as an apprentice over 20 years ago, in June 2018 he launched his own barbershop on Hackney Road and has since worked with Facebook and Nike, while his razor-sharp styling sees booked by brands including Louis Vuitton and Burberry at London and Paris fashion weeks. 

  

Mark is joining SFS to discuss his journey as a barber and entrepreneur and to encourage the next generation to consider hairdressing as a potential career. Be sure to tune in to put your questions to Mark! 

Tues 30th June
10 a.m.
 

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Cathy King, Literary Agent, 42 Management & Production 

Find out about the world of writing for film, television and theatre and what it’s like to be a talent agent with SFS & Cathy King, Literary Agent at 42 Management and Production. 

Tues 30th June
2 p.m. 
 

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Simon Hodgkinson Group Chief Information Security Officer, BP Plc 

Join us Simon Hodgkinson, Group Chief Information Security Officer with BP discusses all things cybersecurity. Learn about Simon's life lessons from a career in tech and gain insights into the opportunities and careers that exist in cybersecurity! 

Wed 1st July

11 a.m. 

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Celebrating Women in Engineering with Thames Water & UTC Reading 

Dina Gillespie, Area Operations Manager at Thames Water; Katherine Whatley, ICA Technician at Thames Water;  

Cheryl Atkinson, Thames Valley East Systems Operator, Control at Thames Water;  

Stephanie Mitchell is the Executive Director of Careers and Destinations at UTC Reading;  

Year 11 Engineering Student at UTC Reading, Elise Hammond 

Celebrating women in engineering!  Engineering is a key part of the water industry - through engineering we can innovate and help shape our world. Women in engineering roles in Thames Water vary from on-site technicians to design engineers working on developing new projects.  Today we will meet three Thames Water colleagues along with UTC Reading’s Careers Lead and one of her engineering students to discuss how we can support a more diverse workforce, challenge stereotypes and provide greater opportunities for women and girls in engineering. 

  

Please note, this event will be moderated and managed by Thames Water. 

Thurs 2nd July

10 a.m. 

  

Link to register here.  

A Tortoise Media Think in with Liz Moseley, Editor and Partner, Tortoise Media 

Liz’s career teacher told her she should be a librarian. Sadly, she never made it. Instead, Liz is an award-winning marketer with 20 years’ experience at global media companies. She is now an editor and partner at Tortoise where she runs the ThinkIn programme. She’s also the ‘voice of Tortoise’ in all Tortoise’s member communications. She was Chief Marketing Officer for the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity (known as the ‘Oscars’ of the advertising industry) and spent three crazy years being sued by C-list celebrities as publisher of heat magazine. She’s also worked for The Times, The Telegraph and ELLE. Join us as she shares a bit about how she’s managed to blag it for this long, despite failing to get into University twice and repeatedly rebounding off the glass ceiling. 

By registering for the event, the student can choose to receive complimentary membership to Tortoise (worth £100)! 

Attendance and Tortoise membership is for students aged 16+. 

Thurs 2nd July

2 p.m. 

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In collaboration with Penguin Talks: Marlon James, Author & Ekow Eshun, Journalist 

Multi-award-winning author, Marlon James, joins British writer, journalist, broadcaster and curator, Ekow Eshun, to discuss what creativity means to them and how we can be more creative in our lives. 

Fri 3rd July

10 a.m. 

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Andy Haldane, Chief Economist, Bank of England 

We’re excited to welcome Andy Haldane, Chief Economist with the Bank of England to discuss the importance of economics in everyday life, current affairs and their link to economics and answer questions about his own career path and background! 

HOW TO JOIN THE VTALKS 

  • Join 10 minutes before the VTALK to be ready 
  • You can join without needing an account – Watch how here 
  • For full speaker descriptions visit the VTALK Schedule here 

VTALK LIBRARY & MORE

  • Watch pre-recorded VTalks from our library here
  • Please see our Schools Guide here.
  • Below my signature is more information on the SFS activity sheet
  • The colour codes can be found under my email signature below

Finally, As the coronavirus pandemic risks increasing existing inequalities, it’s never been more important that we all show up for each other and stand together in the name of equality and diversity.

Around the world, the COVID-19 pandemic is having a disproportionate effect on LGBTI+ people, who are historically marginalised and discriminated against in their access to health care, employment, housing and basic services. There are still at least 68 countries across the globe where same-sex relationships are illegal.

Every year during the month of June, The LGBTI+ community celebrates in a number of different ways. Why was June chosen? Because it is when the Stonewall Riots took place in 1969.

While the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has prevented this year’s London Pride parade from going ahead, it is important to continue to support our LGBTI+ community and ensure those of all identities are coming together in unity. Therefore, as many events have had to be cancelled, others have emigrated online.

Amnesty International, UK Black Pride, Gendered Intelligence, Stonewall and ParaPride are bringing Pride celebrations inside this year with Pride Inside – an online series of gigs, comedy shows, panel discussions, and arts-based events.

Pride Inside is taking place from Sunday 28 June – Sunday 5 July, continuing the celebration after ‘Global Pride’ on Saturday 27th.  It is a chance for those who would have been taking part in Pride events - had they not been postponed due to COVID-19 - to come together and celebrate on a brand-new online platform. 

The line-up will include an exciting array of LGBTI+ comedians, artists, DJs, musicians and activists! Please click here for more info:

Kind regards

Ms Desbenoit
Student Progress Leader Year 8 / Diversity Coordinator

 

A Message from your SPL - 22 June 2020 

22 June 2020

Dear students, parents and carers,

I hope you and your family are well and safe.

This week is going to be warm and sunny, perfect weather to meet friends and family for picnics in the park (in groups of up to six people from different households) and see your friends outside! Our local parks are going back to regular summer opening hours so you can enjoy them again but remember to maintain a safe social distance at all times and to keep hydrated.

Since many of you will not be going on holidays this summer, you’ll need to be well occupied! We’re delighted to tell you that EAST Summer School is still going ahead this year in an online format. EAST Summer School is a completely free programme for 12 – 17 year olds who live in the local area and want to have fun and learn a new creative skill in the summer holidays. Courses will be run by some East Bank partners including the BBC and UCL, as well as established local organisations such as The Yard Theatre, Studio Wayne McGregor and Staffordshire University London. Since being ‘live’ for less than two weeks, EAST Summer School has already had over a hundred potential applicants register their interest – which is great to see! You can register here. Full programme and timings will be available soon.

Welcome to week 9 of online learning.

We are so proud of all the effort and hard work you are putting into your weekly assignments! Last week some of you received personalised emails to congratulate you for completing all of your learning assignments and for having been identified in 3 or more subjects for having made a fantastic effort to produce excellent work! BRAVO! Adapting to learning from home requires a lot of self-discipline and motivation which can be so challenging without the structure of the school day. It is a great accomplishment that you have been able to organise your learning and also set yourself high expectations in terms of the quality of the work you are submitting. Keep up the good work!

On top of your schoolwork, you should all be reading and completing your quizzes for Accelerated Reader. Please make sure you don’t neglect your reading. It is such a wonderful way to relax, escape and learn!

Please continue to stay calm and to look after your mental wellbeing.  Remember if you have any general school issues or you are having problems with Teams, please contact us at info@wsfg.waltham.sch.uk

Here is next week’s full VTALK Schedule. Please feel free to join and watch! It’s free and really interesting.

WEEK STARTING MONDAY 22 JUNE 2020

DATE

SPEAKER

INFO

Mon 22nd June
10 a.m.

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Zoe Irwin , Creative Director, John Frieda

The Independent calls her “the Stella McCartney of hairdressing” Her innovative styling menu using Liberty prints caused a beauty blogger meltdown two summers ago… And such is her industry kudos that hairdressing multi-millionaire John Frieda asked her to join his salon group as creative director. Join us as Zoe Irwin discusses all things hairdressing and creativity, sharing insights into her career, life lessons and advice with students from 11-18 years.

Mon 22nd June
2 p.m.

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Armando Iannucci, Oscar-nominated Writer & Director

Oscar nominated writer, director and producer Armando Iannucci will be speaking to SFS and young people across the UK about his career in comedy on film, TV and radio and answering your questions!

Tues 23rd June
10 a.m.

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Richard Waterworth, General Manager, UK & EU, TikTok

Rich Waterworth will be joining SFS and students across the UK to discuss his own career journey and to demystify TikTok and the work that takes place within the organisation!

Tues 23rd June

2 p.m.

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Tamara Holmgren, Engineer and Project Manager, BP

Join SFS and Tamara Holmgren, Engineer and Project Manager at BP on International Women in Engineering Day for an interview that will focus on STEM careers and Tamara's career journey to date.

Wed 24th June

10 a.m.

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Maurits van Tol, Chief Technology Officer, Johnson Matthey 

Maurits van Tol will be interviewed by SFS before moving to student Q+A. Tune in to learn more about Maurits' career in STEM and life lessons and advice.

Wed 24th June

2 p.m.

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Bernadine Brocker Wieder, CEO, Vastari Group Ltd

Interested in how exhibitions are put on? Join Bernadine Brocker Wieder to explore how she got to where she is today and more about her role.

Thurs 25th June

2 p.m.

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In collaboration with Penguin Talks: Big Narstie & Ciaran Thapar    

How to believe in yourself

British MC, rapper, TV presenter and author of How to be Narstie, Big Narstie, joins youth worker and freelance writer, Ciaran Thapar, to discuss the importance of living your own life and believing in yourself.

Fri 26th June

10 a.m.

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James Worrall, Founder, Leaders in Sport

Join us as James Worrall shares life lessons and top tips from leaders in sport.

 

HOW TO JOIN THE VTALKS

  • Join 10 minutes before the VTALK to be ready
  • You can join without needing an account – Watch how here
  • For full speaker descriptions visit the VTALK Schedule here

 

VTALK LIBRARY & MORE

  • Watch pre-recorded VTalks from our library here
  • Please see our Schools Guide here.
  • Below my signature is more information on the SFS activity sheet
  • The colour codes can be found under my email signature below

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Well done again for engaging so brilliantly with Tutor Time! It has been wonderful to read your poems this weekend! Here is an example from Rania 8F entitled “Oh Dear 2020”:

Oh dear 2020

I have no fear
You are a strange year
Filled with questions
You are unexpected
You are a surprise
But I still love you
You have taught us things we never knew
But why have you taken so many lives?
Oh dear 2020
Will next year be the same?

Please send me more poems for our lockdown display! Remember to set your alarms for 1.30 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays so you are registering on time this week.

Finally, WOW Global 24 Festival will be FREE for 24 hours (27-28 June) to watch online! It will be the first ever free online festival by WOW Women of the World uniting women and girls across the world.

Tune in and participate in the largest ever online gathering of people of all genders who support gender equality. Now more than ever we need to find community; to connect women, civil society and governments and make women’s stories central to future planning across the globe. This is an opportunity to join hands, listen and ask, ‘what do we need to change, and how’?

The Festival is free and accessible to anyone who is able to watch online or on a mobile device. It’s for people of all ages and backgrounds who can join at any point along the way.

Take a look! #WOWGlobal24

Kind regards

Ms Desbenoit
SPL Year 8 / Diversity Coordinator

A Message from your SPL - 15 June 2020 

15 June 2020

Dear students, parents and carers,

I hope you and your family are well and safe. Now that some households can form ''support bubbles'' with one other household, some of you will be able to see more family members and hug them! You can already meet outside in groups of up to six people from different households and see your friends in the park. Some non-essential shops will begin to reopen and hopefully we will start to see more activities in our streets specially to support our local businesses. I know you are very keen to have life returning to normal as quickly as possible but please remember to stay safe.

Welcome to week 8 of online learning.

It has been wonderful to see how our community has come together last week to support each other but particularly our black community. It has been heartwarming to see the positive messages of solidarity and hope. Here are 2 examples of beautiful support posters designed by Mya 8H and Lolita 8G for their French assignments. It means “If you are neutral in times of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor” and “We may have different religions, speak different languages, have different skin colours, but we all belong to the same race, the human race”.


Moving forward as a community, we want to put in place a platform where all our black and ethnic minority students can speak freely and openly and be part of the deeper change taking place in our school.

Remember to keep up to date with what’s going on in the news and to read our school Greensheet and The Day

Please continue to stay calm and to look after your mental wellbeing.  Remember if you have any general school issues or you are having problems with Teams, please contact us at info@wsfg.waltham.sch.uk  


For the next 3 weeks in school, Year 10 students will be offered some face to face time in English, Maths and Science. We still have to be very careful in respecting all the health and social distancing rules to ensure everybody is safer and minimise all chance of infection. There will be one-way systems, hand washing/sanitising stations, fewer desks in each classroom and staggered start times. This is the first step in what will be a long process in getting school (and indeed society) back to where it was before the Coronavirus outbreak. It will take time for that to happen, at times it will be challenging and frustrating, but the important thing is that we do it right.   

In the near future, Year 8s will also return to school but until then please be patient, keep learning from home as the work will continue to be set on Monday to be completed by Friday. Please ensure you follow the timetable I suggested to help you with organisation and submit your work straightaway once you have completed it. I am so proud of all the effort and hard work you are doing!

On top of your schoolwork, you should all be reading and completing your quizzes for Accelerated Reader. Please make sure you don’t neglect your reading. It is such a wonderful way to relax, escape and learn! Well done again to Deya in 8S for becoming a word millionaire, I’m so proud!

Well done again for engaging so brilliantly with Tutor Time! It is a pleasure to read your creative ideas when you discuss Thunks and also to see how encouraging and supportive you are of each other.

Remember to set your alarms for 1.30 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays so you are registering on time this week.

Kind regards

Ms Desbenoit
Student Progress Leader Year 8 / Diversity Coordinator

A Message from your SPL - 8 June 2020 

8 June 2020

Dear students, parents and carers,

I hope you and your family are well and safe.  Hopefully, now, with the gradual easing of the lockdown restrictions, you may have been able to start meeting members of your extended family and some of your friends. Please stay safe.

Welcome to week 7 of online learning.

We have been confined for many weeks now but the last one has been particularly difficult as with the killing of George Floyd, it has become even more emotional and upsetting. Protests have been happening all over the world and in London at Hyde Park. The key message of these protests is that racism in all its forms must end. We all have a part to play in helping towards a more equal world.

In our school, Equal Opportunities and Diversity are key. We aim to inspire a love of learning and a genuine respect for all members of our multi-cultural, multi-faith community. We ensure that everyone is treated fairly and with respect. All cultures and languages are valued equally regardless of numbers.

It is vital that during this time we stand with our black community and show our solidarity.

Make sure that you keep up to date with what’s going on in the news, read the articles on the Diversity page and in the Diversity magazine.

You will also find really useful resources in The Day and VotesforSchools, both mentioned in our school Greensheet this week.

Take a look at this video about implicit bias and systemic racism, it gives a very clear explanation of the American system: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrHIQIO_bdQ&app=desktop

Some of this week’s assignments might be a bit different as we wish to show our support, to facilitate reflection and greater understanding. We also want to encourage healthy discussions at home.

On a whole school level, when school fully returns to normal, there are many charities we can reach out to and work with. I would definitely like to involve our Diversity students to discuss how they want to support in our meetings, so they share their ideas and get their voices heard.

Please continue to stay calm and to look after your mental wellbeing.  Remember if you have any general school issues or you are having problems with Teams, please contact us at info@wsfg.waltham.sch.uk  

Here is next week’s full VTALK Schedule. Please feel free to join and watch! It’s free and really interesting.

I encourage you to take part and join a very interesting talk with Dr Funke Abimbola a Diversity Campaigner. On Tuesday 9th June at 2pm, Dr Funke Abimbola will be joining SFS to discuss 'Climbing mountains' - a session that reflects on Dr Abimbola's personal leadership journey, her journey to becoming a senior healthcare executive and lawyer and sharing top 5 tips for success!

It’s easy to join the VTALKS:

  • Join 10 minutes before the VTALK to be ready
  • You can join without needing an account – Watch how here
  • For full speaker descriptions visit the VTALK Schedule here

Well done again for engaging so brilliantly with Tutor Time! Remember to set your alarms for 1.30 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays so you are registering on time this week.

Kind regards

Ms Desbenoit
SPL Year 8 / Diversity Coordinator


Dear all,

There have still been a few issues regarding assignment submissions and so I am attaching below a document to help you, and your parents and carers to fully understand this process. It shows screenshots of exactly how to complete assignments, upload documents and 'hand in' your work using O365 Teams. It will also hopefully make it clear for your parents and carers how to check if you have completed work for each subject.

Take care, Ms Desbenoit.

How to check if assignments have been handed in

A Message from your SPL - 1 June 2020 

1 June 2020

Dear Year 8 students, parents and carers

I hope you and your family are well and that you had a relaxing half term break.

Welcome to week 6 of online learning.

Please remember to stay calm and to look after your mental wellbeing. On the last week of half term we celebrated Mental Health Awareness week and we took part in the Pay It Forward initiative in our Tutor time. It was so heart-warming to read all of your thank you messages and your kind thoughts to others. Please keep this up! Here are some more tips:

  • There are lots of great free Mindfulness apps you can use to guide you through breathing techniques and meditation that can help ease your anxiety, keep you calm and clear your mind of anxious thoughts.
  • Why not also try some yoga as a way to relax and also get some gentle exercise which can boost your mood? There are lots of YouTube videos you can use to suit your ability and level of mobility.
  • Managing stress and anxiety through creativity is also great. My children are really into painting and drawing as a form of meditation during this confinement.
  • Finally, clean up your social media! You might be spending more time than usual scrolling on social media. But have you ever thought about how this could be affecting your mental health? Try unfollowing or muting accounts that make you feel anxious, upset or angry. Find positive accounts like @youngmindsuk that boost your mood instead.

Keep up all your efforts and hard work this half term with your assignments. Make sure you manage your time well using a clear weekly timetable like the one I suggested. Once you complete an assignment, submit it straightaway and tick it off your list! Remember that if you have subject specific questions or need any help with your assignments, please use the Team chat to ask your teacher. If you have any general school issues or you are having problems with Teams, please contact us at info@wsfg.waltham.sch.uk  

Here is this week’s full VTALK Schedule. Please feel free to join and watch! It’s free and really interesting. There is a great variety of speakers ranging from journalists to lawyers and scientists.

I encourage you to take part and join a very interesting talk about how to challenge inequality. On Thursday 4th June at 10 amAward-winning British-Turkish novelist, Elif Shafak, joins writer, journalist and broadcaster, Afua Hirsch and they will discuss the widening inequalities across the world and how we can challenge them.

If you wish to submit questions to Elif and Afua you should email them at: inspiration@speakersforschools.org

It’s easy to join the VTALKS:

  • Join 10 minutes before the VTALK to be ready
  • You can join without needing an account – Watch how here
  • For full speaker descriptions visit the VTALK Schedule here

Well done again for engaging so brilliantly with Tutor Time! Remember to set your alarms for
1.30 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays so you are registering on time this week.

Kind regards

Ms Desbenoit
Student Progress Leader Year 8 / Diversity Coordinator

A Message from your SPL - 18 May 2020 

18 May 2020

Dear students, parents and carers,

I hope you and your family are well and safe.

Welcome to week 5 of online learning. This is your final week before half term and a well-deserved break!

I want to congratulate you again for all your efforts and hard work, I am extremely proud of you! Many teachers have been praising Year 8, and I know messages have been sent home to those who have completed all assignments, well done! This is amazing!

You have managed your time much better last week and found my suggested timetable very useful.

Here it is again.  You can of course change the times and the subjects you do each day (3 hours of work) to suit your routine as this is only a suggestion to support and help you:

Day 

10:00 - 11:00 am 

11:30 am - 12:30 pm 

1:30 pm 

1:45 - 2:45 pm 

Monday 

English 

DT 

 Rest & Relax

Art 

Tuesday 

Maths 

Humanities 

 Rest & Relax

Food 

Wednesday 

Computing 

Languages 

Tutor Time 

Drama 

Thursday 

Science 

Music 

 Rest & Relax

Catch up time 

Friday 

Catch up time

PE 

Tutor Time 

Catch up time 

Remember that if you have subject specific questions or need any help with your assignments, please use the Team chat to ask your teacher. If you have any general school issues or you are having problems with Teams, please contact us at info@wsfg.waltham.sch.uk  We want you to feel supported and we will do whatever we can to help you at this difficult time.  

Some of you will know that we are associated with the Speakers for Schools programme and I encourage you to have a look at the timetable this week as there are some very interesting speakers and topics. Here is the link if you would like to see who will be delivering a talk this week VTALK Schedule.

Well done for engaging so brilliantly with Tutor Time! Remember to set your alarms for 1.30 pm on Wednesdays and Fridays so you are registering on time.

Just a reminder, you should all be reading and completing your quizzes for Accelerated Reader. Do try to make time each day to read a book. Not only is it relaxing and fun, it will also help with your wellbeing.  Please remember to take care of both your physical and emotional wellbeing. Also, try to be a support for others when you can. As during difficult times, research suggests that we feel better when we turn our attention to helping others. Call your friends, help out at home and support your community. Know that by staying at home and following health recommendations, not only does it protect you and your family, but you are also being a huge help to society.

Enjoy your half term. Eid Mubarak for this weekend!

Kind regards,

Ms Desbenoit
SPL Year 8 / Diversity Coordinator

A Message from your SPL - 11 May 2020 

11 May 2020

Dear students, parents and carers

I hope you and your family had a pleasant Bank Holiday weekend.

Welcome to week 4 of online learning. Well done for your continuing effort and patience. I am so proud of how resilient, adaptable and independent you are. Please remember to work at the best of your abilities with the resources available to you. We still recommend you spend approximately three hours a day on schoolwork with one hour on each subject. It is easier to do a bit each day rather than cram it all at the end of the week. To help you manage your time better, here is a suggested timetable you could follow. You can of course change the times and the subjects you do each day:

Day

10:00 - 11:00 a.m.

11:30 a.m. -
12:30 a.m.

1:30 p.m.

1:45 - 2:45 p.m.

Monday 

English 

DT 

 

Art 

Tuesday 

Maths 

Humanities 

 

Food 

Wednesday 

Computing 

Languages 

Tutor Time 

Drama 

Thursday 

Science 

Music 

 

Catch up time 

Friday 

Humanities 

PE 

Tutor Time 

Catch up time 

If you have subject specific questions or need any help with your assignments, please use the Team chat to ask your teacher. If you have any general school issues or you are having problems with Teams, please contact us at info@wsfg.waltham.sch.uk  We want you to feel supported and we will do whatever we can to help you at this difficult time.  

I hope you all enjoyed Tutor Time again last week. This week it will be on Wednesday and Friday again. Please encourage any of your friends who forgot about it to join in this week as it is very important that everyone stays connected and we know you are safe. 

Finally, and most importantly, I want you to look after your physical and mental wellbeing. Try to maintain a routine and set an alarm (especially difficult during Ramadan) so you get up and start your day. Try to get changed to signal to yourself that it’s no longer sleep time and make sure you go for a walk in the fresh air every day to get out of the house as well as releasing endorphins. Set yourselves achievable goals to accomplish each day (read 3 chapters of my book, bake a chocolate cake, complete my science assignment, do a 15-minute workout, etc.) to give you a sense of achievement and success and to benefit your body and brain.

Remember to keep safe and to stay connected to the people you love.

Kind regards

Ms Desbenoit
Student Progress Leader Year 8 / Diversity Coordinator

A Message from your SPL - 4 May 2020 

4 May 2020

Dear students, parents and carers,

I hope you and your family had a restful weekend.

Welcome to week 3 of online learning. I hope you are now feeling more confident using Teams but still balancing work with rest. I am extremely proud of how well you have adapted to this way of learning and how hard you are all working. Let me remind you we would like you to spend no more than three hours completing school work each day and approximately one hour on each subject. 

Staff are here to support you so please post a message on your subject Team if you need any help or guidance from your teacher and we will get back to you when we can. If you have any general issues with Teams contact us at info@wsfg.waltham.sch.uk 

I hope you enjoyed your Tutor Time last week and the opportunity to reconnect with your Form Tutor and members of your form class. It was lovely to see the supportive messages you were sending each other and to hear about the things you are most excited to do after confinement. Tutor Time will be only on Wednesday at 1:30pm this week as Friday is a Bank Holiday so please make sure you log in to the SPL-D DESBENOIT Team and then your Tutor Team and give your Form Tutor’s first post a 👍 thumbs up emoji. 

Although I think that phone calls and ‘real’ conversations are the best ways to talk to those we care about I’m aware many of you will be using social media to communicate with friends and family. Please remember to be kind when using any form of social media and that your message may have a significant impact on someone and their mental wellbeing. We all have times when we find the current restrictions difficult to cope with, but please continue to follow the online communication guidelines and the expectations that we have always had as a school and be respectful to others.  

Please spend time doing activities that make you feel happy and positive every day whether that be physical exercise, going for a walk, drawing, talking to friends, playing games with your family, watching a film or listening to music. Don’t forget to challenge yourself too! Take a look at the challenge and free courses ideas attached and make sure you read and complete your Accelerated Reading quizzes on Teams.

Self-care is incredibly important, not just for our physical health but also our mental wellbeing.

During the lockdown, it’s crucial that we establish good self-care practices. This not only ensures that we’re happy and healthy, but also helps keep us motivated and productive.

Finally, my thoughts go to our Muslim community who during this pandemic are spending Ramadan indoors. It must feel very strange with no prayers at the mosque, no family visits, no communal iftars and no volunteering on the ground in our community. But I hope you have adapted to our new situation and have found creative ways to honour Ramadan in self-isolation. I hope you all have a blessed Ramadan and you make the most of this special period.

Kind regards

Ms Desbenoit
Student Progress Leader Year 8 / Diversity Coordinator ​​

A Message from your SPL re Tutor Time - 29 April 2020 

29 April 2020

MESSAGE FOR YEAR 8 STUDENTS, PARENTS AND CARERS

Dear students, parents and carers,

As promised here are some further explanations and a useful FAQ document to help you with Teams.

Students at 1.30 p.m. today will need to log in to Teams and go to their Tutor Room in their SPL folder to be registered by their tutors and access their tutor time activity. 

They will be expected to logon to Teams at 1.30 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays every week so they can be registered with their form tutors and catch up with their classmates.

All students MUST check-in with a thumbs-up 👍 for a compulsory registration.

They need to:

1. log into Teams 
2. click on SPL- DDESBENOIT
3. click on their tutor room (W, S, F, G, C or H)
4. register with a thumbs-up when their tutor(s) says hello

Now if they still don't see the Team, it means that Teams and O356 are not synchronised on their computer / device.

Therefore, they need to:

1. sign out from Teams and O365 
2. close their browser and Teams
3. sign in again

I hope this is clear. Take care and stay safe.

Kind regards

Ms Desbenoit
Student Progress Leader Year 8 / Diversity Coordinator

A Message from your SPL - 27 April 2020 

27 April 2020

Message for Year 8 Students, Parents and Carers

Dear students, parents and carers,

I hope you and your family managed to enjoy some sunshine this weekend.

Last week may have seemed daunting and stressful for some of you but please be reassured that our intention is certainly not to cause any undue anxiety at this uncertain time. We know you are all doing the best you can in these difficult circumstances.

I promise you that we are trying to pitch it right for our staff, parents and students' well-being.

Hopefully this week will be easier as we have clarified that students should spend around three hours completing schoolwork each day, and approximately one hour on each subject. We do not want you to become stressed or anxious about your work and remember you can only do what you can with the resources and abilities available to you.  Please take regular breaks when you are studying as this will significantly help your concentration levels. Consider creating a simple timetable so that you know which subjects you are going to focus on each day. Please remember that we are here to support you and ask your teacher if you are unsure how to complete the work that has been set.

Continue to stay as active as you possibly can as this will aid your physical and mental wellbeing. Try to spend time each day doing things you enjoy whether that is reading, drawing or simply listening to music. Talk to your friends, they are going through similar challenges to you and may be the best people to support you at this time. We all have our down times and a quick phone call to a friend could really lift their mood and brighten their day. 

There will also be new Tutor sessions from this week, starting on Wednesday. These sessions will give students the opportunity to catch up with their form classes and their tutors as a registration, and to provide them with some fun activities to do together.

Remember that if there are any issues with accessing Teams, please send a clear and detailed email to Info@wsfg.waltham.sch.uk and we will get back to you. We will also send you a FAQ document which hopefully will answer most queries about Teams and Online Learning.

Kind regards

Ms Desbenoit
Student Progress Leader Year 8 / Diversity Coordinator

A Message from Ms Philippou about START 

20 April 2020

Dear Year 8/9 Students, Parents and Carers

I hope this email finds you and your families well. 

I wanted to touch base with you with regards to careers and remind you that we have a great resource called Start that you can access. 

Start provides lots of helpful advice and activities for you to browse. It has information on post-16 education, university courses, employability skills and on some industries. 

Of course, not all of the information or areas listed will be of specific interest to you, but remember to be curious, to explore and to work with what is important and relevant to you. Remember that knowledge is power and the more you know, the better decisions you will be empowered to make in the future.

If you are a student: you can log in using your school profile. Let me know if you need any help. Remember to add your school email to your profile so that you can reset your password when you need to.

If you are a parent / carer: you too can create your own profile using the link above and access the same information as our students. Here are some instructions to help you 

I hope that this is helpful. 

Kind regards,

Ms Philippou
Assistant Headteacher

A Message from your SPL - 20 April 2020 

20 April 2020

Message for Year 8 Students, Parents and Carers

Dear students, parents and carers

I hope you and your family managed to get some rest over the Easter holidays.

I have received some messages from students (and parents / carers!) asking for more work, but also for advice and support in these difficult times.

First and foremost, I wanted to say to you all that you are doing a wonderful job and we are so grateful for your support and patience. We are all doing the best we can.

As you know, from now on there will be no live subject teaching for any year group.  However, every Monday morning teachers will post the work for the week ahead and students will need to complete it in their own time by Friday. Make sure you upload your work (photo, word document, PowerPoint etc.) in assignments, so that we know you have done it.  I will be contacting you if you haven’t.  If there are any issues with accessing Teams, please send an email to info@wsfg.waltham.sch.uk and we will get back to you.

Please do not get stressed and anxious about school work, do the best you can, to the best of your resources and abilities.  I need you all to look after your mental and physical health.

Here are some daily ideas that I have already shared with some parents / carers:

  • Joe Wicks PE in the morning
  • 3 / 4 hours of school work throughout the day
  • Bake / cook one thing a day 
  • Get some fresh air
  • Read your book / listen to an audio book
  • Watch a good movie / documentary or series
  • Talk to friends / relatives on social media / phone

Then here are some more ideas and projects for the week:

  • Paint / draw
  • Play cards (Top Trumps / Pokémon, etc.)
  • Make your own deck of Top Trumps cards (my son made a fab MMA set!)
  • Grow plants / herbs in the kitchen / on the windowsill / in the garden
  • Clear out your bedroom and sort out a charity box for later
  • Build an imaginative structure with Lego
  • Do some crosswords / Sudoku
  • Learn how to knit and make a scarf
  • Play board games with the family
  • Practise your Spanish / French online

All of the above are an essential part of learning and necessary for your full development.

I hope this helps. Remember to share your calm, your strength and your laughter with each other.

Kind regards

Ms Desbenoit
SPL Year 8 / Diversity Coordinator

Worried or Anxious? 

Here is a booklet full of information that we hope will help our students and parents/carers during this uncertain time ...

A Guide to Living with Worry and Anxiety Amidst Global Uncertainty

A Message from your SPL - 1 April 2020 

1 April 2020

Dear students, parents and carers

I hope you and your family are healthy and safe.

It has been more than a week since our school has shut and I wanted to touch base with you all.

In these uncertain times, it is crucial for our school community to stick together and to support each other.

With over 96% attendance for our last parents’ evening, you have demonstrated your strong commitment and support and I wanted to thank you.

We are here for you. We have a safeguarding team on hand so if you have any concerns, contact your tutor or me and we will contact you to ensure you are safe.

Remember to look after each other. Minimising stress in times like these is vital for our mental health. Don’t let this be something that stresses you, let go of the things you cannot control and embrace change. We have to adapt to this mental and physical adjustment. Now more than ever, we must abandon the performative and embrace the authentic.

I know as a mother myself, how difficult it is to combine working from home and supporting your children in their home learning at the moment, but we have to organise a new routine to ensure a sense of normalcy and security for them. Here are some ideas we can all use:

Read a bit every day (or listen to audio books), keep a confinement diary to encourage creative writing skills, draw, paint, watch movies, jump around, watch the sunset, the sunrise, phone your friends and relatives, bake a cake, make pancakes, dust off the long forgotten 1500 piece puzzle that you have been meaning to start!

In addition, your children have been given a hard copy pack of materials to work on independently from home (English, Maths, DT and Hums for last week and this week) and I hope they are working well on them.

They can also access learning materials on their Teams via the student school website access page using their Office 365 account. Make sure you know how to log on to Teams through the school website.

How to turn in an assignment in Teams.

Students, please complete the work being set and let teachers know you have understood an activity / a task by using a 👍 on the chat in teams.

We expect you to take a break from schoolwork during the Easter holidays, then we will begin the new term working from home using our remote learning technology.

Please contact the school if you have issues with technology access at home -we know that some of you will have to share computers/ laptops or work using a mobile phone. Please phone the school and leave a message so we can get back to you (but no-one will be working over Easter).

We will be setting work for each subject, each week in the Teams Chat. You will submit work through the assignments section of Teams. You will be expected to check the work from each teacher and complete by the end of the week, but they will not be sitting by their computer in the lesson time so don't expect an immediate answer!

Watch a video on how to submit work on Teams in Assignments if you are not clear:

Submitting an Assignment in Microsoft Teams for Education - YouTube

A Complete Beginners Guide to Zoom (2020 UPDATE) Everything You Need to Know to Get Started - Duration: 36:57. Ben Balden - live a happier, fuller life - recommended for you on YouTube.

I know you will try your best to complete the work set, to a high standard. I am really proud of you.

This challenging time is a perfect period to press reset in our lives. Once you have embraced this shift, your wonderful, creative and resilient mind will surprise you with its adaptability. “Neglect not the gift that is in thee”, as on the other side of this difficult journey are hope and resilience.

Remember to stay at home, be kind and help each other.

Ms Desbenoit
Student Progress Leader Year 8 / Diversity Coordinator

Parent Information Evening - Tuesday 29th October 

Dear Parents / Carers

You are invited to our Year 8 Parent/Carer Information Evening on Tuesday 29th October in the Hewett Hall. 

The doors will open at 5:45pm for a prompt 6:00pm start.  

The aim of this Information Evening is to provide you with details on: key events your daughter will need to prepare for this year including:

Assessment System/ Measuring Progress
Accelerated Reader
Outdoor Pursuits Trip
E-Safety  

We would like all students to be supported at this meeting by an adult, no student will be allowed to attend without a parent or carer present.  The Information Evening is expected to finish at approximately 7:00pm.

If you have any further questions regarding the Year 8 Parent Information Evening, please do not hesitate to contact Ms Snowsill, Deputy Headteacher responsible for Key Stage 3, or myself.

Kind regards

Ms Desbenoit
Student Progress Leader Year 8

If you were unable to attend, all the information given can be found here.

"The Bee in Me" Project 

Following on from 3 successful preparatory workshops, Ms Pratt, Ms Dominique and I took 30 students on a trip to the Unicorn Theatre to see The Bee in Me on Wednesday 5th February. The aim of the whole project was to build social skills, to develop self-esteem and to give them a confidence boost. The play was fantastic and here are some of students’ reviews:

“It was a really interesting play with 3 people acting the same character, they moved at the same time and must have practised a lot. I liked how they interpreted these stages as levels from a video game.”
Isabelle 8F.

“I liked how the play captured the daily struggles of teenage life and turned it into a metaphor of wanting to fly away by depicting scenes of the character turning into a bee. I also enjoyed how it was told in the second person and how the character took every challenge they were facing in life as a level in a game”
Jenny 8H.

“I thought the view of Tower Bridge and central London was beautiful and I loved walking around and I hope we can have more experiences like this in the future because I loved this one!”
Melisa 8C.

“I enjoyed the part when the characters were really expressive and exaggerated. I was ecstatic when I saw the Shard, the Tower Bridge and the Belfast Ship. The view was spectacular!”
Sedra 8W.

“I enjoyed the morale of the play that sometimes life can be hard but you should always have a positive mindset to things”
Nuriyah 8C.

The students behaved impeccably and were a credit to our school!

Ms D Desbenoit
Year 8 Student Progress Leader / Diversity Coordinator

Violence Against Women and Girls Project (VAWG) 


Dear Parents and Carers

WSFG is working in partnership with various organisations in the Borough to raise awareness of violence against women and girls in Waltham Forest.

As a girl's school, we are a hub for young women to learn about this external challenge that can affect the well being of all. This project is aimed at Years 8-10 in particular.

The main focus of the project is building support in preventing and offering early help in relation to VAWG.

WSFG is one of a few secondary schools in Waltham Forest to embrace this whole school approach to this issue.

Ms Pratt
Assistant Headteacher

Philosophy Club 

KS3 Philosophy Club continues this half-term.

All inquisitive minds are welcome.

Philosophy Club topics of the past have included:

·        Aliens

·        How to change the world

·        Language and what should people say and not say.

All topics can be considered and no question is considered too ridiculous.

Anyone interested in KS3 simply have to get a short note to Mr Caps (Humanities, Room S10) explaining why they would like to come and what topics they would like to explore.

Philosophy Club takes place for KS3 after school, every Week B Thursday.

We will start shortly after school and should finish by 4:30.

I look forward to seeing some of you there.

 Mr Caps

Lunch Money Loans
 

The number of students borrowing money for lunch has increased dramatically last school year.  Lunch money loans should be for emergency purposes only. 

Walthamstow School for Girls offers a  Top-Up facility via sQuid enabling both students and parents to check balances, top-up lunch money, pay for trips and other sundry items at their own convenience. 

An automatic Top-Up can also be activated ensuring your daughter never runs out of money. 

A reminder to parents/carers that if you wish to pay for your daughter’s school meals by cheque, please make the cheque payable to ‘Olive Dining Ltd’.

​All students have also been given usernames and passwords to enable payments to be made online via our sQuid system. If you would like a reminder of your daughter’s username and password please contact Student Services.

Ms Jolliffe
Student Services

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