Being Creative using Incredibox I wanted to encourage students to be creative practically during Lockdown; many do not have instruments at home with the exception of their voice. So far they have made string instruments and some wind instruments. Students have created drum kits out of everyday items at home but I wanted even more […]
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Wonderful to see Year 12 back in school after 3 months! Year 12 returned to school for their first day of teaching on site since March. It was great to see them back and staff reported how impressed they were with the levels of engagement. Welcome back!
Understanding the Black Lives Matter movement We know that the Black Lives Matter movement is important to our pupils, staff and their families. We have posted a set of slides in each year group classroom to help everyone to explore the issues that it raises and help us all to understand more about it. There […]
Today, June 8th, is World Oceans Day which celebrates the diversity of life in our oceans and reminds us of the dangers of climate change etc. World Oceans Day is designed to celebrate the world’s oceans and its biodiversity whilst reminding us of the perils of over-fishing, climate change and pollution on our marine life. […]
The importance of kindness and the 5 Ways to Wellbeing Mental Health Awareness Week 2020 has come at a very appropriate time as we are all having to find ways to cope and carry on in challenging times. MHAW 2020 focused on kindness and why it matters. The joy of giving our time, support and […]
Year 8 Historians discovering life in Victorian London! Over this term, Year 8 Historians have been discovering the history of Victorian London. This topic has focused on the lives of ordinary people during the Industrial Revolution. They have conducted a public health investigation and followed the process undertaken by John Snow in his discovery that […]
Year 9 Historians discovering the national and local history of the Home Front in World War Two! Over this term, Year 9 Historians have been working incredibly hard on the topic of World War Two. Part of their work focused on researching the national and local experiences of men, women and children on the Home […]
Pupils travel the world through their language homework Year 7 Spanish, Year 8 German and Year 9 French & German classes have been exploring countries where the languages they are learning are spoken. They then made a tourist promotional presentation on a location of their choice to visit in the future. Here is a sample […]
Drama has kept going during the Lockdown for our pupils We have seen some wonderful pieces of work in Drama during the Lockdown. Year 7s have been working on Greek masks, rhythm exercises, medieval morality plays, story writing, and much much more. Year 8 have been both ‘Inspired’ and ‘Absurd’ as they have challenged the […]
BHGS pupils produce touching video message to thank NHS workers BHGS staff and pupil creativity and community spirit continued to flourish in our thriving new virtual learning environment this term. During the Coronavirus crisis lockdown period, they all virtually came together again to produce a video to support and thank local NHS workers for their […]