#TeamHaringey6 - 2nd Week of November round up
News / 11 November
#TeamHaringey6 have had some amazing things on this week
To start the week off...
We had Courtney Brown (Father 2 Father), Lynette Charles (Mind in Haringey) and their team for come to #H6 for a film screening and discussion with our students. The short film was called: Me, my father and mental health. It detailed Courtney’s life growing up and some of the experiences he went through. It was very insightful and #CoachFranck stated:
I admire Courtney for doing this film as he had to open himself up to talk about his mental health.
Our students were definitely engaged and some were able to talk about their own experiences. The fear of being judged was a reason a student stated that young people did not open up about this issue.
Lynette from Mind in Haringey also stated that by the time they are 21, 80% of young people would of had a metal health experience. #Interesting
#TeamHaringey6 Level 3 Music production students took a trip to the Roundhouse London a performing arts and concert venue for a tour and were given the option to become a member #AmazingStuff this all adds to their #H6Experience
#TeamHaringey6 Art students are on their annual trip to Italy and this year they have gone to Rome as part of a research project for the units; they are working on for their UAL course. They will be there for 5 days looking at architecture, famous paintings and experience the culture of Rome. #H6Experience
Our amazing #StudentLeadershipAcademy Ambassadors were on hand to support new and prospective students two of our subject specific open events the first one specifically in Business, ICT, Public Services and Sports and the second specifically in Social Science, Science and Maths #MoreThanACollege
#H6 also attended the following college fairs with #StudentLeadershipAcademy Ambassadors:
- Duke Aldrige Academy
- Beacons high
Friern Barnet invited CEO Russ to their school for an assembly with their Yr11 learners who were so enthusiastic and asked loads of questions even after their assembly they were all fantastic as they seemed keen to #DiscoverTheDifference
On Friday 11th November it was Remembrance Day which is a memorial day observed in Commonwealth member states since the end of the First World War to honour armed forces members who have died in the line of duty.
#TeamHaringey6 Uniformed Protective Services students read a poem and the whole of #TeamHaringey6 stood for the traditional two minute silence at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month.
It was amazing too see the Tuckshop which is being run by the Student Leadership Academy in full swing with it being held in our outdoor container...all part of students gaining customer service skills and building up on their #H6Experience
Amazing stuff this week for #TeamHaringey6 cannot wait to see what's on the agenda for next week...stay tuned as we keep showing why we are and will always be #MoreThanACollege
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