Arts on Prescription Activities - 3rd September 2022
Art Shape, Cinderford Artspace, and The Music Works are working in collaboration to offer a three-hour arts on prescription activity session for 8-18 year olds with long term health conditions. Further details are provided on the poster below.
TikTok and Instagram Freshers Campaign
On the 30th August, the Alcohol Education Trust (AET) will be launching a Tiktok and Instagram campaign aimed at supporting freshers during their first few weeks at university. Their handle, life_stuff.0rg signposts students to www.life-stuff.org for information and advice. The AET encourages the use of the hashtag #endspiking to promote awareness.
Single drink testing strips are also being produced which enable people to see if a drink has been spiked with drugs such as Ketamine or MDMA. Testing strips and credit card size information cards on drink spiking awareness will be freely avaialble for students during freshers’ weeks. The AET hope to extend this campaign to festivals in the future.
For more information or to get involved, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Summer Activities from The Music Works 🎶☀️
Have a Go - Forest of Dean
This session involves the following:
- Music Production
- Playing instruments
- Having fun and making new friends!
Participants will spend time learning how to set up/use equipment as well as creating new music/songs. Young people will develop social and musical skills, whilst building on their knowledge and self-confidence.
Want to learn how to:
- Songwrite / Write bars
- Jam in a band
- Collaborate with other musicians
- Then come to the Summer Drop!
It doesn’t matter what skill level you're at, just come along and make the music you want to make! Bring your own instruments and equipment, or use what's provided.
Exam Results Days 2022
GCSE results day - Thursday 25th August 2022
A level and AS level results day - Thursday 18th August 2022
T Level results day – Thursday 18th August 2022
The dates have been confirmed in a new post, “When are GCSE, A level, T Level and other results days?” on The Education Hub's blog.
Important e-Bug Updates
Gloucestershire Healthy Living and Learning
Welcome to Gloucestershire Healthy Living and Learning. This is an umbrella organisation for Gloucestershire Healthy Schools and Gloucestershire Healthy FE (Further Education).
GHLL was launched in July 2012 for schools and colleges across Gloucestershire, supported by Leading Teachers.
Funding is through Public Health and by Gloucestershire County Council. Schools and colleges are offered this supported intervention at no cost.
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