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Daily Briefing

Daily Notices

Friday 19th October 2018

ALL

1.

Friday Lunch - Dove Choir - DA47

SKA

2.

E-Safety notice: Snap chat are you set to Ghost Mode? It’s come to my attention that a lot of students have not changed their settings or are aware of these settings. If you’re not set to Ghost mode then your avatar is always displayed on the map and visible to anyone. Please change your settings and keep yourself safe when using this app. 

Settings- see my location - Ghost Mode 

EEB

3.

Talent Show - Do you have a hidden talent? Can you sing, dance or play an instrument? Are you a comedian? Whatever your talent we'd like to welcome you to enter our Talent of Tomorrow 2018! First prize £150, Second Prize £100, Third Prize £50

Heats Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th November

Trent Hall - Starts 4PM

Entry forms available from: Trent & Dove S&G/Music Department/Form Folder/Mr Roberts.

TPR

DOVE

1.

Year 7 & 8 Form Tutors please could you ask your Student Voice representatives to meet with me TODAY Period 5 in the Dining Hall. I will ensure they are all registered for the lesson.

SCA

2.

Yrs 7 and 8: Every Friday from 3.30 - 4.00 there will be an English surgery with Miss Hoffin in DB27.  If you are having an difficulties in English and feel you need some support please feel free to come and have a discussion

JEH

3.

Dove Book of the Week:For Mental Health Awareness Week, try "Mind Your Head" by Juno Dawson. Perhaps the hardest of all to talk about are mental illnesses - but we've all got a mind, so we've all got mental health. Can any of us say we haven't been stressed, sad, anxious, angry, tired and emotional? A clear and supportive guide covering a range of issues and how to manage them.

SMa

4.

Found: Black PE 'Cerruti 1881'  bag, containing black t-shirt and shorts, trainers and shin pads, un-named

JM

TRENT

1.

Careers drop in session: Mondays 3.30-4.30pm in the Careers Room (TB9).

 

2.

Miss Brown is looking to recruit 12 Tech Gurus in Years 9/10/ 11. 

The job will include working with staff and students to support them with ipads and digital tools during lunches and afterschool. If you are interested in this position please scan the QR code attached to Daily notices to apply. The deadline has been extended to 27th October.  

EEB

3.

Trent Book of the Week: For Mental Health Awareness Week, try "Positively Teenage: a Positively Brilliant Guide to Teenage Well-Being" by Nicola Morgan. Full of practical, proven strategies for physical and mental health, this book will show you lots of ways to flourish physically and mentally - from doing things you enjoy to learning new skills; looking after your diet, exercise and attitude to being healthy online; getting great sleep to understanding your personality - allowing you to take control of many areas of your life.

SMa