Year 9 reminder: the deadline for the Year 9 Vaccinations consent form is THIS Friday 16 April 2021.
Also, please make sure your child is wearing a vest or T-shirt under their uniform on Wednesday 21 April 2021. https://t.co/UmoSClL0qS
Ramadan Mubarak! (Blessed Ramadan/ Happy Ramadan!) from the Library. See below some of the books we have related to Muslim people and culture, these are in the library so come and borrow them. https://t.co/C08I2DVlHK
From the 12th April some of Arriva’s school bus duplicate services will be operated by coach companies. The coaches will not be able to accept any cash fare payments and will only accept pre – paid Arriva tickets.
Immensely proud of the Scholars’ community, to our volunteers supporting student testing, staff for making the return to face to face lessons a smooth and supportive transition, and to our students for making us proud every day with their positive approach to learning. Thank you! https://t.co/6FAetCqrfh
Thank you to the SJL community for supporting the return to school for our students this term, for all the hard work and dedication that has gone into online learning and the enthusiasm that students have returned to school with, to engage in their face to face lessons #SJLpridehttps://t.co/i2ZjeHyC6K
Year 10 Parents’ Evening will be going ahead as a virtual event on Tuesday 27 April 2021, with consultations taking place online. Full details will be coming out today via EduLink. https://t.co/NDwW8evyWs
WOW! What a great afternoon in the #EcoGarden today. We planted
Pentland javelin first early potatoes in pots and raised beds, Purple haze carrots and Gladiator parsnips! Massive thanks to some superb Year 8 EcoGardeners! Proudly displaying our @EcoSchools flag too @sirjohnlaweshttps://t.co/Q6b8xly1pt
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.