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Message from the Year Leader and Stage Leader


Hello Year 9,  I have lost count of the number of weeks since we were all together.  Suffice to say it has been too long!  I have had some lovely conversations with you and your parents too.  It has been heart warming  hearing your voices at the other end of the phone,  some of which have been considerably deeper! I can imagine how much taller you will be in September, I think it’s time to dust off my platform shoes. Two weeks left until the end of the weirdest and somewhat most challenging school year that I have ever experienced. I hope that you like the new way of working online for the last few weeks of school, remember to complete and submit your three lessons per day, the students I have spoken to this week prefer it as it is easier to manage.  Please remember to stay alert and stay safe!  

Take care, Mrs Prince



Good morning Year 9. I hope you and your families are still keeping well. It has been such a long time since you have been into school but keep having that vision of soon returning and things attempting to get back to normal. I am still interested in seeing what some of you have been getting up to so please drop me an email with any pictures or stories of what you have been doing. Remember one of the best things that you can do is to exercise regularly. This releases hormones in your body which allow you to be happy! I have now completed 10,000 steps every day for the last 24 days running- I am going to see how long I can keep this streak up. What is the most amount of steps you have done in one day?


 Keep smiling, keep safe.- Mr Froy


Ms Dimond Condolences Book


Here is the link to Ms Dimonds condolence book. Please take a minute 


The link is here



Check out the last lego animation of the year!




SAM Learning

The school is no longer using SAM Learning. Unfortunately it was not cost effective.

Teachers that used it will be setting alternative work for you.


Since this was sent home, I have had a lot of emails asking for clarification. Please read this to make it clearer for you.


As of Monday you have a new timetable for school work. You will only be expected to complete 3 pieces of work a day instead of the 5 you have been doing. This makes things more manageable so please attempt to complete all work even if you have not done as much recently. All work will still be set on show my homework and they will not involve zoom or virtual lessons. 


Year 9






Lesson 1

Option P




Option H

Lesson 2






Lesson 3

Option H




Option P



Hope you enjoyed working these out. Here are last week's answers and a new quiz below.

Answer to last week was 14. Coconut = 1, Apple = 10, Banana was 3.



Calendar of Birthdays this week- If you do not wish for your Birthday to be mentioned in the newsletter, please email Mr Froy.



Students Names

Saturday 27th June

Ahmed Murshed, Zohair Shaikh and Farren Wilson

Sunday 28th June


Monday 29th June

Saima Karim

Tuesday 30th June

Wassim Alilou

Wednesday 1st July

Bryan Ndukwe

Thursday 2ndJuly

Garcia Millwood Francis

Friday 3rd July



Calendar of Birthdays next week



Students Names

Saturday 4th July

Salwa Ali

Sunday 5th July

Medeea Mihaescu

Monday 6th July

Thuksha Thavarajah

Tuesday 7th July

Mohamedamin Ibrahim

Wednesday 8th July

Ingrid Calbaza and Joshua Buliga

Thursday 9th July

Nishi Hirani

Friday 10th July



Google Classroom help

Watch the link above if you need more help on how to submit work on google classroom. If you need further assistance please email Mr Cumbers at





Quote of the week -            



Thought of the week -

We are reminded that, in the fleeting time we have on this Earth, what matters is not wealth, or status, or power, or fame, but rather how well we have loved and what small part we have played in making the lives of other people better.

Barack Obama


This week in History -

5th July - 1687 Isaac Newton's great work Principia published by Royal Society in England, outlining his laws of motion and universal gravitation

1994 founded in Bellevue, Washington by Jeff Bezos

6th July - 1785 US Congress unanimously resolves the name of US currency to the "dollar" and adopts decimal coinage

  • 1885 Louis Pasteur successfully give an anti-rabies vaccine to 9-year-old Joseph Meister, saving his life

7th July - 2005 Coordinated terrorist bomb blasts strike London's public transport system during the morning rush hour killing 52 and injuring 700

  • 2005 Influenced by Live 8, the G8 leaders pledge to double 2004 levels of aid to Africa from US$25 to US$50 billion by the year 2010

8th July - 1800 Dr Benjamin Waterhouse gives 1st cowpox vaccination in the US to his son to prevent smallpox



Word of the day - Arduous

Arduous [ar·du·ous] adj. 1. Demanding great effort or labour; difficult. “An arduous undertaking.” 2. Testing severely the powers of endurance; strenuous. “A long and arduous process.”




Hello there Kingsburians! 

This week’s Well-Being Bulletin challenge is sleep. Zzz

It is a necessity for our survival as  mankind: you need it, your teachers need it, your

parents need it, even I need it. 

I understand that this pandemic has destroyed our schedules -the sleep one in

particular .  When I go on WhatsApp I see that my close friends were active at 4 am

(very late) but would be messaging me at 10 am. 6 hours is nowhere near enough,

as developing teenagers we need a minimum of 8 hours of downtime. According to

the NHS, our generation (15 years olds) need approximately  9 hours and 15

minutes of sleep. It is much better for you to sleep at the same time and during the

night and not the day if  possible. Sleep is the most important part of my day.  Some

of us have been given through social media “memes” the vile mentality of sleep

being for the weak.  It is not!

Sleep, as passive as it may seem, is what helps to create a balance within our life. It

is a time when we are doing nothing, nevertheless so much is happening

During deep sleep muscles are relaxed and tissue growth and repair is initiated, this

is because when we sleep, hormones are released, in particular the growth one’s. -I

am not the only one that wants to be 6’2!

According to “Brightside (2020)” whilst we sleep a chemical is released in our brains,

washing away all toxins, keeping us safe. 

According to “Queensland health-2018” (2020) whilst we sleep - dreaming about

unicorns- our brains sort and store the day’s information, this process is used to

categorise what is to be kept in the long-term memory and what is to be forgotten.  

Sleep and concentration are linked. It is not rocket science when you think about it, if

you give your body and mind time to relax and process things then your brain would

be refreshed therefore being able to concentrate and apply itself 100%. This means

that sleep deprivation would have a detrimental impact on our cognition (how we


Continuously being sleep deprived is linked to risks of developing depression. One

reason to this may be that your brain is getting overwhelmed therefore the slightest

change in situations can lead to stress and anxiety. 

Sleep deprivation is linked to social awkwardness, what this means is that you are

too tired to interact with others, which could ruin your relationships with them.

According to one study done by “Health line (2020)” those with sleep deprivation had

slow reaction times, they were unable to understand situations or even read them-

as if they were tipsy.

If your mind is happy then you will be happy. 

So Kingsburians, get some good sleep, do not go to bed too late, it is one of the

most important things you can do for your well being.


How to stay Active -

Joe Wicks - 9am every morning on his youtube account


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