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Sutton Community Academy, High Pavement,
Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, NG17 1EE

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CHINESE NEW YEAR! 🎊

Learners have been learning how to draw Chinese numbers and have written their date of birth using Chinese symbols.

They’ve had fun testing each other to see if others can read the symbols. 📚

Learners also had fun with the chop stick challenge. They found it quite difficult but it provided lots of laughs and encouragement provided by other learners 🥠 #EqualityandDiversity
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On Friday 17th January 2020 - the Learn to Speak More English course started and the learners looked at some New Year’s Resolutions connected to their wellbeing.

They used modal verbs to describe what they ‘will, must or should’ do in 2020. They learnt different names for sporting activities and discussed what they ought to do more, or less, of to improve their wellbeing. They talked about food, exercise, family, leisure and, of course, learning English!
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The course runs every Friday 10.00-13.00 for 11 weeks in our Sutton Campus!
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Learners at Dovecote have been learning the importance of exercise to promote good mental health. Also how the charity MIND have turned ‘Blue January’ into ‘Red January’ 🔵 ➖🔴
#BlueMonday #REDJanuary
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Today is ‘Blue Monday’ 🔵

The theory goes that this is the time of year when we’re all cold, short of money and guilty that any New Year’s resolutions to get fit, drink more water etc. The concept was originally coined in 2004. The formula uses many factors including weather conditions, debt level, time since Christmas, time since failing our new year’s resolutions, low motivational levels and feeling of a need to take action.

Some simple ideas to banish Blue Monday:

🔹Think positively – reflect on all the things you do well, your strengths, things people value in you
🔹Go to a green space that will boost your mood
🔹Set aside some ‘me time’
🔹Exercise – be active e.g. walk, jog, go for a bike ride, swim
🔹Take time to talk to your family, friends, work colleagues.

We hope that you have a great day! 😄
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Happy #WellbeingWednesday!

#transforminglives 🦋
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Learners on our Sutton Campus learning about RED January and how exercise can be important for mental health 🧠 🖍 ... See MoreSee Less

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As part of our R.E.D January theme this month, learners have been researching and creating posters looking at the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. 🍇🍌🏏⚽️

#redjanuary #attfemonthlytheme #transforminglives
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Some wonderful feedback received from our learners at Bulwell 👏🏼📝 ... See MoreSee Less

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‘Active Minds’ tackles the stigma around Mental Health and Dementia 🧠 ... See MoreSee Less

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If you’ve received the Spring edition of the Decisionz Magazine, don’t forget to look for us inside❗️👀 🕵🏼‍♀️

Our advert includes information about our 16-19 open evenings in February 2020. 🎭⏰🔧👩🏼‍💻🧑🏽‍🎓
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Skills for Independent Living (S4IL)

ATTFE College offer a large vibrant and diverse curriculum for adults with learning difficulties and additional needs.

Working with day centres, care homes, residential homes, mental health units as well as courses on each campus, this curriculum is easily accessible.

We offer accredited, non-accredited and bespoke courses to support learners to actively participate within the local communities and gain essential independent living skills.

Email: C.Smith@attfe.org.uk        Tel: 01623 441310