Being scared of being smart Not wanting to do something because of what others might think. Not being yourself Thinking ‘It’s not cool to be clever’ Don’t be afraid to put your self out there! Don’t be afraid to show you’re smart. Don’t let other people judge you because you’re clever. Be proud of your achievements Just go for it!
If you are happy to wear a top with ‘geek’ on it, why are you so afraid to act like it? Jessie J’s song ‘who you’ are is inspirational, and is a good way to put across the idea of not changing no matter what. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=j2WWrup MBAE
Victoria Beckham, a role model? Even though she is a footballers wife she has been able to succeed in the spice girls and have her own clothing range. She is brave enough to put herself in the public eye in everything she does. Every one has their ups and downs and Victoria especially learned from her mistakes. Karen Brady, a role model? She already owns multiple businesses and is the first woman to have a share in a football club.
The most important and most necessary thing, EVER! It‘s not true that we only use 10% of our brain. We use it all and if you don’t believe me cut a bit out and see what happens. Your brain has no pain receptors which is why if I managed to remove the top of your skull without you noticing I could poke around all day without you feeling a thing. The brain is approximately 75% water, but you should never drink it. Your brain only weighs about 3lbs yet it uses between 20% and 25% of your energy supplies each day.
When asked about bullying, those students who replied that ‘Yes’ they had been a victim of bullying stated the reasons. Our second biggest reason (after appearance) was: KS3 About school work I find hard to do or being clever 20.7% KS4 About school work I find hard to do or being clever 32.4%
POINTS FOR YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS You can now get points for contributing to the Student Forum. If your work is used or displayed in the student forum, assemblies or frames, you will get… Any student can contribute. All contributions must be given or emailed to Miss P Dolton in the library office by Friday lunch time each week. You will only receive points if the decision is made to use your work. Next week’s topic; Where are you now? – Longhill Alumni Present an assembly = 99 points Make and produce a film or video clip = 50 points Produce a piece of writing / Create an image/series of images for the frames around school = 25 points
Tuesday Sports Hall King Wednesday Hall Mandela Nightingale Thursday Hall Pankhurst Spencer SLT ASSEMBLIES THIS WEEK WITH MR SALLIS
NEXT WEEK Day/DateSchool DayAfter School Monday 3 June History of Medicine Exam Tuesday 11 June Maths Linear & Maths Modular Unit 2 Graphic Products D&T Exams Wednesday 12 June Geography Exam Life Sciences – University of Sussex Y9 Trip Thursday 13 JunePhysics Exam Friday 14 June Maths Linear & Maths Modular Unit 3 RE Philosophy Exams School Council Meeting P5 VCS
THIS WEEK Day/DateSchool DayAfter School Monday 10 June History Germany & Chemistry Exam Tuesday 4 June English only & English Language Exams Y9 Uni of Sussex – Musical Robotics Geography Exam Wednesday 5 June Y9 Uni of Sussex – Musical Robotics Biology Exam Thursday 6 June Y9 Uni of Sussex – Musical Robotics Media Studies Exam Friday 7 June Y9 Uni of Sussex – Musical Robotics D&T Resistant Materials Exam
Monday Mentor Time – Year 11 Coursework & Revision time Lunch Time – Room Bookings, Music Technology Access After school – Music Practitioner Rehearsals Tuesday Mentor Time – Choir – All years are welcome Lunch Time – Choir 2 – See Mrs English for details Wednesday Mentor Time – Orchestra – All Wind & String players Lunch Time – Orchestra All Wind & String players + Choir 2 (see Mrs English) After School – GCSE Drop-Ins for help and advice Thursday Mentor Time – Jazz Band Lunch Time – Jazz Band After School – Rehearsal spaces available to book Friday Mentor Time – GCSE Revision & Coursework Lunch Time – Room Bookings & Music Technology
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Monday Yearbook Library - PD Tuesday Spanish Club 2.45-3.40pm T11 - NL Drama Club 3-5pm Hall - LS Food Club 3-4pm T27 – MO Art Club 3-4pm T24/T25 IZ/OR Textiles Catch Up T21 - WL Business Studies T12 - WA Maths Cookie Club Maths Rooms Dida ICT Catch UP B304/305 English KS4 Drop in A21 - BE Jewelry Making Club T16 - BH Wednesday French Club 3-4pm B301 - BS Gardening Group Hort Area - FB Geography Drop In A36 Art KS4 Catch Up T24/T25 Textiles Club T21 - WL CTRL+ALT+DEL B304 - ED Maths Cookie Club Maths Rooms Dida ICT Catch Up B304/306/T12 Longhill Live Library – PD Thursday French Club 3-4pm B301 - BS Garden Force Hort Area - FB CCF Patio - PRI Art KS4 Catch Up T24 Textiles Catch Up T21 - WL Business Studies T12 - WA Maths Cookie Club Maths Rooms Eco Team Library English KS4 Drop in A21 - GR Friday Yearbook Library – PD AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS
Some ‘must-read’ books – Life of Pi The Great Gatsby Hunger Games The Perks of being a Wallflower
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