Thank you to our students and staff for working incredibly hard over this past academic year, working with the enthusiasm and passion that we have at SJL. Wishing the SJL community a safe and enjoyable summer. https://t.co/xppang5COP
Welcome to our Year 7 intake 2021. Joining us for Get Set for SJL? Make sure you follow our dedicated Twitter account for updates through out the week... with so many great activities planned, you won't want to miss it #getsetforSJLhttps://t.co/vF8brH5f0h
Retweeted From Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
Helen Grant, the Prime Minister's Special Envoy on Girls' Education, visited @SirJohnLawes school to hear from students why global education is so important to them.
The UK and Kenya will co-host the Global Education Summit in London on 28-29 July.
Once again an amazing evening @SJLmusicfac@sirjohnlawes. How you ask? Outdoors. Simple. My girl's last one & she sang the solo in Bring Him Home with the entire school/staff choir. No photo as something got in my eye. Amazing work everyone. Thank you. Thank you all. 👏👏👏👏
Year 8 reminder: the second dose of the HPV vaccine will now take place tomorrow, Wednesday 14 July 2021, please remember to make sure students wear a short sleeved vest or T-shirt under their school shirt. https://t.co/o4B7F6LQ7G
Transition Day 2021: we are sorry we cannot welcome our Year 6 students into school for the traditional transition day, but we hope they enjoy their virtual activities. We cannot wait to welcome you in September! #transitiondayhttps://t.co/aNOkCfbtQP
Friday is Sports Day and we are asking students to wear non-uniform House colours to support those taking part.
We are unable to do our traditional cash charity collection, however if you wish to make a small donation to support our chosen charity, @renniegrove via Parent Pay. https://t.co/VU2jK5LDOx
Royal Geographical Society's Geography in the News resource: Look at the News Case Studies section. About 20 new geographical articles are added each year. SJL’s login is Bandama and password SM6A424QP.
Teams are entered in a Geowise quiz. These compete against teams from St. Georges and Roundwood Park, as well as some St. Albans’ schools.
A great interactive site that explains how British Government functions. It explores parliamentary history, includes answers to common questions and is a great way for students to learn more about the workings of democracy in the UK.
BBC News features breaking news, video, audio and feature stories. A great resource for young active citizens who are striving to keep up to date with and research current affairs and social issues on local, national and global levels.
ChannelMOGO is a portal for young people, aged 13-19 (up to 25 with a learning difficulty and/or disability) who live or go to school in Hertfordshire.
ChannelMOGO brings together lots of services and useful websites for young people in Hertfordshire including Youth Connexions. It features information on a wide range of personal, social, health, careers and citizenship issues and ways to get involved and take action.