Advice for parents/guardians
You should not be unduly worried about the possibility of your children catching the Coronavirus.
There is no reason why your children should not continue to attend their early years, school or further education setting as normal.
We recognise that some families or children may be planning to travel to China during the forthcoming half term period. If so, please refer to the FCO’s latest travel advice via the link above.
What action you can take
A UK wide campaign has been launched to provide clear advice on how to slow the spread of Coronavirus.
Please help to support the campaign which promotes basic hygiene practices, such as regularly washing hands and always sneezing into a tissue, to stem the spread of viruses.
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Today Year 12 & 13 students from across our 6 campuses were invited to Wombourne High Campus to take part in ‘Mental Health Impact Day’. The aim of the day was to raise awareness of mental health and well being using workshops hosted by special guests and experts.
The day started with our keynote speaker for the day, Lucy Alexander, who shared the story of her son Felix who had sadly took his own life, aged 17, after being tormented by bullies. Lucy spoke from the heart and from experience about the importance sharing feelings and speaking about mental health with others.
Students then selected 3 of the 7 available workshops to attend throughout the day. The topic of workshops were:
Workshop 1 – The benefits of exercise and good mental health/food and nutrition for health
Workshop 2 – Having a healthy relationship with social media
Workshop 3 – How to deal with pressure, stress and anxiety
Workshop 4 – The power of doing
Workshop 5 – Self-belief, self-love and self-promotion
Workshop 6 – Healthy relationships
Workshop 7 – Addiction and the link to mental health
The workshops were selected by our Director of Sixth, Jane Kendrick, to help equip our students with the knowledge, tools and resources to cope with the pressures of modern life.
There is a small gallery from the day available on our Facebook page
November saw Invictus Sixth host our annual Open Evening event. This year the evening was held at the prestigious Copthorne Hotel.
The evening was a wonderful success, a record number of students attended with an fairly split across our 6 campuses. Our Director of Sixth, Jane Kendrick, welcomed our guests for the evening at each of the packed addresses, before handing over to the real superstars, our students, to speak to the audience about their experiences at Invictus Sixth.
Guests were also treated to fantastic performances from our talented singers and dancers, who always manage to further brighten our evenings.
If you are interested in finding out more, or you would like to apply please click the ‘APPLY NOW’ link on the homepage.
A gallery of the evening is available on our Facebook Page
Join us on Wednesday 13th November for our Open Evening at the Copthorne Hotel.
Meet our subject teachers and tutors, they will help you make an informed decision!
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Invictus 6th form students are achieving the best progress in the country! We have been listed in the top ten, throughout the UK, for A Level progress. Our A level students and staff are working together to create a fantastic learning environment!
If you are interested in becoming an Invictus 6th student in September 2019 why not take a look at our prospectus?