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Website Updates – 03/12/2021

Thank you for your patience whilst we are working on re-building our website.  We are in the process of uploading our policies.  Should you require any information which you are unable to access, please contact us and we will be happy to provide you with the information you require by email.

Safety Plan

Here are a variety of numbers for external agencies and services that can offer support, guidance and advice while the school is closed over the summer.

In the case of an emergency call 999.

We hope you all have a fabulous, relaxing summer and we look forward to welcoming you all back in September.

Need Something to Keep you Occupied?

Wednesday, July 1, 2020 – 10:06Follow the link below for a bunch of ideas to keep you busy:…

On the website linked above there is hundreds of different activities that you can do to keep you busy and your mind occupied during this very uncertain time. Below is a list of some of the amazing boredom busters they offer:

Virtual Tours & Live Webcams –
You can view Earth from space, explore foreign lands such as beautiful Venice or be amazed by travel expert created virtual light tour over dazzling Lapland.

Museums Around the World –
Take a virtual walk around some of the most interesting, culture rich museums in the world!

Animals –
What better way to relax your mind than virtually visiting a variety of animals, from kittens to pandas and puppies to penguins. There is bound to be an animal-cam for you!

Explore the Oceans –
Safely explore the depths of the planets great oceans! Keep an eye out for any creatures of the deep that you don’t recognise – you could make a new discovery!

Want to learn something new? –
From introductions to engineering to 450 Ivy League courses, open and future learning – this website has it all. If you want to learn a new language or enhance your creative skills, this website has something for you!

Geography, Nature and History –
To broaden your knowledge in Geography, Nature and History from world games to online Film Festivals, UK parliaments and Historical associations; this section has it all!

Literature and Audio Books-
There is so much literature out there to help you get through these odd times. Whether you like fact or fiction, autobiographical or educational, there is something for you!

Music, Arts and Culture –
If your interests include music, art and culture you will find an array of resources and information designed to suit you. From learning knew skills to enhancing old ones, this section could progress all of your skills and turn you into a cultural knowledge mine!

There are literally hundred’s of options on this website to help you tame the boredom over the coming weeks, listed above are only a few. Have a look at the website and I am sure you’ll find something perfect for you!

Mental Health Awareness Week

This week is an important one; It is Mental Health Awareness week!

This week is incredibly important and it reminds us all to look after our own mental wellbeing and to be kind to those around us. Mental Health is something that we care very much about at Endeavour and we want to make sure that you have access to all of the best resources.

If you are feeling worried or concerned about your mental health, or someone else’s, you can go to the Mental Health Foundation Website to access a library of helpful wellbeing resources, information and support.

Free Book Access

During this time, there are a number of places that are offering free access to books to help you and your family keep busy and learning.

All of these services offer thousands of great books; fiction, non-fiction, autobiographical and historical. They also offer some perfect choices for younger children in your families.


Kooth is a website designed to offer support, and build friendships. It is a very valuable website that has a lot of great information and advise.

Please, recommend this to the young people in your home if you think they will benefit from some extra support.

Teacher & Learning Mentor Support

We realise that this is a very difficult, confusing time for everyone, which is why we have devised a working rota to enable learners to have contact with their teachers and learning mentors. There will be allocated times for each subject for academic support, and a learning mentor alongside this for Pastoral Support.

Teachers are available each day via TEAMS as per the below timetable.

8:30-10:30 Maths Support – Mr Christian
Pastoral Support – Miss Rosamond
10:30-12:30 English Support – Mr Cullen
Pastoral Support – Miss Brewer & Mrs Setterfield
12:30-2:30 Science Support – Dr Cornish
Pastoral Support – Miss Stock

If you are experiencing any difficulties in accessing TEAMS please contact