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07/04/20

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Barack Obama

It’s World Health Day, and we owe a profound debt of gratitude to all our medical professionals. They’re still giving their all for us every day, at great risk to themselves, and we can’t thank them enough for their bravery and their service.

07/04/20

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Kensington Palace

Our thoughts are with the Prime Minister and his family, who like so many in the UK and around the world are affected by coronavirus. We wish him a speedy recovery at this difficult time. W

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07/04/20

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The Royal Family

Earlier today The Queen sent a message to Carrie Symonds and to the Johnson family. Her Majesty said they were in her thoughts and that she wished the Prime Minister a full and speedy recovery. https://t.co/Mo1SgAd9wh

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07/04/20

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Angie Greaves

This 🌎, let's take a moment to thank all those on the frontline of our battle against COVID-19 who are risking their lives every day to save us all. Words cannot even begin to express our thanks for your efforts & commitment https://t.co/XJU9nFDGcH

07/04/20

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Lifting Limits

Your son needs a feminist education just as much as your daughter: , author of The Lost Girls, writes in https://t.co/YeCIIQOtX0 We agree! Cc

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07/04/20

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Danny

These doctors have put their pictures on their PPE so that their patients can see who is looking after them, this is such a nice idea ☺️ https://t.co/KyacsOyrr7

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07/04/20

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The Royal Family

Today, on , The Queen has sent a message to healthcare professionals across the Commonwealth and around the world, on behalf of The Royal Family. 🌍🏥 https://t.co/AL2N08qnjE

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07/04/20

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Forest Hall School

Well done James, these wallets are exceptional. Mr Moran is extremely proud of you and how you have used your skills while learning at home! Please keep sending your home learning stories in. We will share them all - one per day. https://t.co/sdTiDFC0qr

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07/04/20

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Burnt Mill Academy

A former student has returned to volunteer as a teacher during the Coronavirus shutdown. Daisy Perry left Burnt Mill Academy in 2015. Now, she is volunteering to help run PE lessons for children of key workers at Burnt Mill and neighbouring https://t.co/apBNoNCUrJ https://t.co/vC4azKLleq

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07/04/20

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Royal Docks Academy

Young people with profound and multiple learning difficulties are being supported at home by their highly trained teachers. The majority of the 26 students at the Designated Resource Provision at RDA are staying home due to their health conditions. https://t.co/SOCz371Nm3 https://t.co/P2DzvJnm6R

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07/04/20

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Lucia Glynn

Today our Senior Estates and Facilities Manager, is cooking for key worker children attending our holiday provision . He undertook food safety in catering training last week specifically to ensure we could offer every child attending a hot meal. https://t.co/g7wc7MVcxO

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07/04/20

Thank you to our staff who are volunteering to provide childcare for our children who need it during the holidays. Today they made this bright rainbow banner to thank anyone who works for the Thank you also to for hosting us. https://t.co/urBCmiUqKu

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06/04/20

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The Royal Family

‘We should take comfort that while we may have more still to endure, better days will return’ Thank you to everyone who watched The Queen’s broadcast last night. You can read Her Majesty’s address here: https://t.co/1iC3GRm4mU https://t.co/HNtZ0p7ge6

06/04/20

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Claire Pelly

Young or old, everyone should be doing these! https://t.co/WP7oR3SkaH

06/04/20

That’s wonderful.

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03/04/20

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NHS Nightingale London

We’re now asking for all kinds of artwork from your children to brighten up the walls of our hospital. Please share your pictures with and . Find out more: https://t.co/nbwpcN8mKa https://t.co/m5Mm4zXVBf

03/04/20

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BookTrust

This is GENIUS! https://t.co/BnQEsnHcVW

03/04/20

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BBC News (UK)

BBC offers biggest online education push 'in its history' https://t.co/N4qenNUkx8

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03/04/20

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Richard Taylor OBE

If Damilola’s dream to be a Doctor had been realised I’m sure he would now be a hero alongside so many others. This 20th anniversary year was poignant enough already! God bless all NHS staff from cleaners to Doctors & nurses!! We will dedicate our legacy campaign! https://t.co/6dklvkEv1U

03/04/20

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Burnt Mill Performing Arts

now has a YouTube channel so you can stream his musicals for free starting TONIGHT! The Shows Must Go On! https://t.co/X7eZ3QiAJj

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Music Curriculum

To learn music is to learn a whole new langugage. Anon

Please click on the file at the foot of this page to see our Music curriculum. 

Each week we introduce a piece of music to pupils, usually during Monday's assembly. This piece of music is then played during lunchtimes, as well as the music introduced in previous weeks. Pupils are therefore exposed to a range of musical genres, artists, composers and musicians. So far this year, we have introduced pupils to:

Morning Mood by Edvard Grieg (1876)
September by Earth, Wind and Fire (1978)
Suite No.3 in D Major, 2:Air by Johann Sebastian Bach (circa 1730)
My Girl by The Temptations (1965)
Harvest for the World by The Isley Brothers (1976)
Bamboleo by Gipsy Kings (1987)
Volare by Dean Martin (1958)
The Carnival of the Animals by Saint Saens (1886)
Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag by George Henry Powell (1915)
It's a Long Way to Tipperary by John McCormack (1913)
The White Cliffs of Dover (1942) and We'll Meet Again (1943) by Vera Lynn
Hola Hola and Les Colores (Spanish songs for children)
Dance of the Sugar-plum fairy from The Nutcracker Suite by Tchaikovsky (1892)
Do They Know It's Christmas by Band Aid (1984)
Happy Christmas (War is Over) by John Lennon (1971)
Oh Boy! by Buddy Holly (1957)
La Bamba by Ritchie Valens (1958)
Chantilly Lace by The Big Bopper (1958)
American Pie by Don McLean (1971)
You've Got a Friend in Me by Randy Newman (1995)
Singin' in the Rain by Gene Kelly (1952)
The Greatest Love of All by George Benson (1977)
I'm Every Woman by Chaka Khan (1978)
Beautiful Day by U2 (2000)

 

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