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Mental Health Aware Course
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Our friends at Manx Minds are offering a Mental Health Aware Course designed to help parents support their children. To book a place on the course please download the application form. Adult_Half_day_MHFA_Application_RGS_Feb_21_Manx_Minds_.docx

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The RGSA need your help!
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Our fantastic RGSA are always looking for more support from the families in our RGS community. Currently we have a vacant position on our committee, our RGSA is looking for a secretary to join the team. If you think that you would be interested in the role or could help in any other way then please…

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What did lockdown learning look like
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Our wonderful and creative Year 7 have shared some of their learning experiences during their lockdown. Whilst we know it was a challenging time for everyone it has also been an opportunity to get those creative juices flowing.

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Year 10 students link with our partner school in Spain
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As our trips off Island have been curtailed for the moment our year 10 Spanish students are using the opportunity to get in touch with their pen pals from our partner school in Spain. Our students were delighted to receive letters from our Spanish friends and are now using their knowledge of Spanis…

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Children's Mental Health Week 2021
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This week is nationally recognised as Children's Mental Health Week. As we return to school and many of us are feeling anxious there has never been a more important time to reflect on how we are feeling. We have been talking about our mental health in tutor groups and in assemblies this week and si…

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Holocaust Memorial Day
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During our PGE lessons today our classes were encouraged to reflect on how Auschwitz was liberated on this day in 1945 and that the Holocaust Memorial Day not only gets us to remember the six million Jews killed, but also highlights other genocides like those that happened in Bosnia and Rwanda.

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Are times so different?
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Things aren’t like they used to be! The other day I found myself flicking, as you do, through the school magazine ‘Y Feeagh’ from December 1943! It struck me that just as our students have shown great resilience in coping and adapting to remote learning, in 1943, as the war still raged, student wer…

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