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15/09/20

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Forest Hall School

Our virtual open evening is tonight! You can access our live event at 5pm and find more information on Forest Hall School via https://t.co/jAXGCkZX8f https://t.co/TJManWsOYe

13/09/20

A beautiful legacy. https://t.co/Br7QpQBdnI

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11/09/20

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Stories_ByThe_Sea

Anybody like a limited edition print???? Pre-order to get yours! Email 📩 storiesbythesea.com - publication day 15th October. Hardback £8.99 https://t.co/lHuj305DGF

11/09/20

One of a kind is

10/09/20

Always there all day every day for anyone feeling suicidal. https://t.co/e6E6IR7rS1

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04/09/20

Magna Carta Primary Academy Retweeted
Department for Education

A big thank you to teachers and other school staff for helping children get Tag in your child’s school to show your appreciation. https://t.co/bVazd5nKnJ

29/08/20

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Kelly Ashley #WordPower

Did you know that the most common sound in the English language is the schwa? This is the ‘uh’ sound in words like ‘cinema’ and ‘the.’ Interestingly, ‘schwa’ is a German word but meaning comes from a Hebrew word meaning ‘emptiness’ as if the sound isn’t there at all.

29/08/20

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Aunty Malorie Blackman

RIP Chadwick Boseman. Thank you for all the amazing films and good works. And thank you for Black Panther, which made the adult me smile and the child in me rejoice because - at last. Rest in eternal peace and power. 😔 https://t.co/aeQh4iaE7J

25/08/20

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BBC Breaking News

Africa is now free of polio, international body says - the disease once paralysed thousands of children on the continent https://t.co/T6jgEu7WC5

22/08/20

Condolences to Sir Ken Robinson’s family. His work and writing on education has changed children’s experiences and teachers’ practices for the better. What a legacy to behold. https://t.co/0bvk6AWrL7

22/08/20

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Dermot O'Leary

Sadly this was my wedding ring & bag that was stolen. I’m sure I won’t see them again, but I’d really like it if he didn’t have the opportunity to steal yours. Please have a good look at the picture & if you recognise him call 101 ref 6195/21aug Dx https://t.co/esifysCOTM

21/08/20

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Kelly Clark

Got to be my top story of this year. Having interviewed 29 students about their results, this young man stopped me in my tracks. A real inspiration to talk to https://t.co/l8B19VsO3U

21/08/20

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Kelly Clark

You must have him back to give an inspirational talk to students. He could make anyone see that anything is possible

20/08/20

Congratulations to all students for their hard work.

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20/08/20

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Forest Hall School

“Although they have not been able to physically be in school since March, we want to take this time to celebrate their achievements. As they open their results, they should be really proud of themselves. I am proud of them all.” https://t.co/aQXXZVadJs https://t.co/aBO3LBr0qz

18/08/20

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Jay-Louise Knight

Are there any geniuses on here please? I've got some extremely sentimental messages on my phone which has died after me dropping it. Put sim in new phone but what's app is completely empty 💔😢 Pls retweet incase you know someone with answers 🙏 Thank you x

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17/08/20

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Department for Education

“We now believe it is better to offer young people and parents certainty by moving to teacher assessed grades for both A and AS level and GCSE results.” Education Secretary After an extraordinarily difficult year for students, this news will provide certainty. https://t.co/s7Dqu20ott

15/08/20

Captain Tom and all those who fought to give us and our children a better future- we salute you. https://t.co/ozTxeK6HnI

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14/08/20

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BookTrust

Not Now, Bernard by David McKee is so timeless that it's celebrating its 40th anniversary this year! To mark the occasion, we're giving you the chance to win an awesome bundle of Not Now, Bernard goodies: https://t.co/36wb4ovGZu https://t.co/UeiZa5Ng1r

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12/08/20

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BMAT

Schools within BMAT take part in National Skipping Day each year, with sports leaders touring schools encouraging various activities. With the event falling just as lockdown hit earlier this year, the schools revamped the initiative with Skipping Week. https://t.co/sRhlu8KCOU https://t.co/80Fbw2HpXI

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Music Curriculum

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

 

Each week we introduce a piece of music to pupils. We usually do this during Monday's assembly. This year has started with no mass gatherings at school, which means no assemblies. Music is introduced via virtual assemblies which are played into classrooms. The music is introduced through those assemblies. 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. Below is the list of music we have introduced pupils to since September 2019. September 2020 began with Stand by Me by Ben E King. We feel this is fitting following the Covid-19 pandemic we have all experienced. 

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)
Stand by Me by Ben E King (1961)

 

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