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@ jjgiddens

Oct 2020

The Choir of St John's College, Cambridge during evensong in St John's College Chapel, which fell silent for 207 days during the coronavirus lockdown. Choristers attend boarding school together forming a social bubble while the choral scholars must socially distance https://t.co/bS0OSyMurH Retweeted by SJCS Cambridge

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Oct 2020

Some disgusted & some relaxed reactions to sniffing real Nile water. F4's Geography - learning the seriousness that by 2025, 50% of the world’s population will be living in a water-stressed area & that only 0.5% of the earth's water is available fresh water. #world #geography https://t.co/6qaa5E7dKe

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Oct 2020

T2W's child-led response to creating a UK map: identifying countries, capitals, landmarks & more. Some have also build landmarks & fact files using the construction materials. Lovely work linked from sharing the book, 'The Tree Keepers: Flock' by @GemmaKoomen #childled #Reading https://t.co/HRHuy1GmdF

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Oct 2020

Our Eco Committee reps met on Wed (F3) & Thurs (F4) for the 1st time, bringing informative & valued suggestions as to how we can become a more #eco friendly #community - smaller more immediately impactful plans, together with larger long-term projects; both chaired by our F6 rep. https://t.co/eNJJsw0c3b

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Oct 2020

As part of their E4L sessions, T1s made 'Feelings Jars' for when those big feelings seem overwhelming. Red represents thoughts, gold - feelings & silver things we want to do. 'It made me feel calm when I watched the glitter go down'. #emotions #calm #feelings #understanding https://t.co/VAsExaRL16

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Oct 2020

F4 learnt 'Strike Tiger's Ears 3' in Tai Chi with the incredible instructors from @CambridgeKungFu. Tai Chi movements are slow so the children can be mindful of them & integrate mind & body, thinking about body structure of maintaining good balance & focus. #taichi #Wellbeing https://t.co/WSgUb700ai

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Oct 2020

F4 learnt 'Strike Tiger's Ears 3' in Tai Chi with the incredible instructors from @CambridgeKungFu. Tai Chi movements are slow so the children can be mindful of them & integrate mind & body, thinking about body structure of maintaining good balance & focus. #taichi #Wellbeing https://t.co/WSgUb700ai

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