Year 10 Tutor Time Resources

Tuesday 31st March 2020

Good morning Year 10!

I know lots of you are working hard to engage in a completely new way of learning and for the most part, it requires access to the internet.

I am also aware that in these times particularly, we want to be occupied, free from boredom. Many of us will be trying new things - watch a TV program, reading a book. But I also know that some of you are quite into Tik Tok. For the most part, there isn't any harm involved, however with reduced social contact and environment that is sometimes pressured, does this mean we seek attention from other sources?

I wanted to use this morning for us to consider how use this responsibly - I know some of you post material on Tik Tok. But how far becomes too far? This isn't to suggest that any of you are being irresponsible, but all I ask that you consider the impact of posting something on yourself and those around you. After all, once its uploaded, you've then lost control of it.

Please read https://www.childline.org.uk/info-advice/bullying-abuse-safety/online-mobile-safety/taking-care-your-digital-footprint/

For our calendars:

  • Coping calendar: Share what you're feeling and be willing to ask for help - Being more isolated and not in physical contact with people less often, it can be easy to bottle up feelings. You've potentially got a few more weeks of this. Make sure sure you share how you feeling with those around you. They know you best.

  • March calendar: Go nature spotting- Obviously avoiding the busy areas - even if it is just opening a window, things are springing into life and did you stop and appreciate what was alive outsdie your doorstep?


  • Please take care of yourself and remain safe,

    Mr Jeffrey

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