Y12 students discuss issues around mental health
In the week beginning 10th October 2016, Year 12 students have been discussing different mental health problems, to raise awareness of this important issue.
Some of the conditions students have been discussing include stress, anxiety, depression and post traumatic stress disorder. They have been discussing how to recognise the signs of mental health problems, coping strategies and sources of help.
For more information and help with mental health issues, please visit http:// www.mind.org.uk/
College@Deyes students chosen to take part in 'Lessons From Auschwitz' Programme
Congratulations are in order this week for two of our Year 12, College@Deyes students.
Charlotte Baggaley and Rebecca Case have been selected to take part in the Lessons From Auschwitz (LFA) programme organised by the Holocaust Education Trust. Based on the premise that ‘hearing is not like seeing’, this course explores the universal lessons of the Holocaust and its relevance for today. The LFA Project aims to increase knowledge, and understanding, of the Holocaust for young people and to highlight what can happen if prejudice and racism become acceptable.
As part of the programme, the students will travel to Auschwitz in November and will speak to other year groups about their experience upon their return. Well done girls. The experience will no doubt be life changing.
Excellent A-Level Results at College@Deyes
Another year and another fantastic set of results have been achieved by our students. We congratulate all of them. To read the full report please click on the button below.