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          出色地完成这些戏剧性和诙谐的水平的戏剧类型! //t.co/4vyscno9cg


          多.....做得好年13! //t.co/xbnanxk1jr


          More smiley faces! //t.co/gs6kffyaqo


          Congratulation to our yr 13 students who have coped brilliantly with the challenging circumstances of the past few months & are now moving on to the next stages of their careers where we know they will achieve great things. Some happy socially distanced photos attached! //t.co/t4nivweywt



          Good luck to Year 13 students across the trust, collecting their A level results today //t.co/51jyxuovzn


          Good luck to Year 13 collecting their A level results today. Your exams may have been cancelled, however we remain immensely proud of you //t.co/lnaltvw6gk


          We're looking forward to welcoming our yr 13 students to collect their results tomorrow from 8 am. Enter through the lower tennis court gate & head to the sports hall. We will need to socially distance so bring an umbrella in case you have to queue outside! Good luck everyone!



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          You kept those safe! //t.co/gdxws6xy6m



          : Visit the Large Hadeon Collider in CERN and complete a range of activities to enthuse you all about particle physics! //t.co/b1gknmoziq & //t.co/r9j7iklpvt


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          A great day clearing the raised beds to prepare for the new school year! Socially distanced horticulture at its finest! //t.co/lhb2wudors


          Well done! //t.co/qm2jduspnl


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          Getting your results this summer? Have a look at our new Student Guide available on our website - //t.co/yutddsmkpg //t.co/kc7dyjlwfh



          What a great way to start the week! - We've had some more wonderful letters from our Campaign Champions to their MP's and some very promising responses - special shout out to Anjali and Anneka! 💫👏 💚🌍



          科学夏季每周2 - 记得 任何你起床! //t.co/uqtj1qlcs0 有实验,你可以在家里做负载!


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          - Discovering Take a journey through this site and begin discovering Antarctica for yourself. Each section features activities, images, video clips and fact sheets, to help you learn about this distant, frozen wilderness. //t.co/5u3ijfp1yl



          有志于医学或牙科学生应该访问这个网站: //t.co/ru7utmzqxg



          We are immensely proud of all our students and staff for their dedication, adapting to these extraordinary times. Thank you to all members of the SET community for their support, commitment and hard work over this last term. We look forward to busy schools, full of students soon! //t.co/g5ccr74lrk



          佩兰米德尔顿征文比赛 After careful consideration from Year 12 Form Tutors , Ms Robins and a representative from Perrin Myddelton, the winners are: 1st Charlotte Sweeney 第二周杰伦colston-帕特尔 3rd Justine Jing 许多祝贺所有


          Thank you to all members of the SJL community for their support over this last term. We are immensely proud of all our students and staff for their dedication, adapting to these extraordinary times. We look forward to having a school full of students and staff once again. //t.co/gfmaho5tms


          我们今年的通讯的保险杠到底是出现在... //t.co/ejjebqfvcr //t.co/wmcrxfbp6i


          Thank you! //t.co/2ioxudse4i


          Important communication has now been issued to all parents/carers via EduLink regarding September 2020 return to school. Please read and retain. //t.co/puwt06sqtf



          On SMHW we have launched the "Science over the Summer" project to all year groups - if you do anything involving science over the break then tag us here! () Awards will be given out in September to those who complete some scientific activities! Enjoy the break!



          The final cut has been made and what an entertaining and thought provoking record of lockdown it is! Well done to all the KS 3 contributors and to Miss Woolrych and Mr Fletcher who produced and edited it! The link is in the end of term newsletter!#dramamatters //t.co/dhjl5ww8tf


          健康星期三:谈话 //t.co/9bptdb4jw7


          We want to give students coming back into Yrs 10 & 12 advance notice of work experience dates for next year, so they can begin to source a placement over the summer break, should they wish to. Private placement forms can be found on school website //t.co/4ni9d9qtzv //t.co/24zm78gck7


          As thoughts turn to the 2020/21 academic year, we are delighted to announce the new Heads of School //t.co/cyz4u82nso


          Congratulations to everyone who took part in this year’s virtual event. Well done Hepworth House on their victory. //t.co/hwnmfhzo1b


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          9am today on 我们的克莱尔·罗宾斯OBE discussing how research can be used to drive innovation & improvement. Follow 加入讨论 提前注册该网络研讨会: //t.co/ydah53jojr //t.co/rjw29vn1yl


          认为本周:听取和学习他人 //t.co/idhrw96cyn



          Final day for Virtual Sports Day entries! They’ve been flooding in all day, don’t be the one to miss out and represent your house with pride 🔴🟡🟢🟠⚪️🔵🟣


          No newsletter today, look out for bumper end of term newsletter next week. We will also bring you the 夏季音乐会学期结束前,看很多期待。


          This may be of interest to students in years 11 & 13 //t.co/lmlyf5z2h9


          For Year 11 and 13 students: On Friday 10 July at 10am, the Prime Minister will be giving an address to all school leavers which will be broadcast on Facebook and YouTube. 地址的记录将可查看这两个平台上。 //t.co/d03eahbhmv



          Today we would have performed our Lower School Production to local primary schools. Although it’s sad that we were unable to stand on the stage, Mr Fletcher is working tirelessly to edit your ‘Together Alone’ footage and we’re excited to share it with you all next week 🎭


          Rotary in Harpenden are pleased to announce the local heat of the Rotary National Photography Competition, a fantastic photography activity for students in the summer break .. //t.co/jamcux9kja


          健康星期三:焦点 //t.co/5xffnbr7sc


          Joining us in September 2020? Staff are busy preparing equipment packs ready for collection in September. //t.co/slzb333hnw



          The SJL library is a real hub of the school. Competitions, reading challenges and library parties make literacy a key focus. Information skills are critical for independent learning and research, so the librarian runs classes to promote and develop these skills. The ethos is to provide both print and electronic resources together with a welcoming and calm environment to support reading for pleasure, homework and independent study.

          The library is open from 8.40am – 5.00pm and is run by our librarian Mrs M Prickett and the other members of our library team who provide a wide range of resources, information, activities and support for students in all year groups. We are also helped by our student librarians who run the issue desk at breaks and lunchtimes and by our parent volunteers.

          The school has invested in the library, with a major refurbishment in summer 2014, including a new library system which includes e-book loans, reading lists, a subscription to quality controlled websites for schools and integrated (federated) searching of electronic resources.

          The physical library

          Books and DVDs

          The library has a spacious area which holds 16,000 books. Fiction is organised in separate children’s/young adult and adult sections.  Some is arranged by author and other stock by genre to encourage browsing. Spinners provide quick/easy reads.

          Non-fiction or information books are bought to support the curriculum and to complement what is available electronically, often with the advantage of books being targeted at a particular key stage group. Non-fiction is arranged by subject, using the most well-known library system – Dewey.

          DVDs based on books are bought together with factual DVDs to support the curriculum.

          ‘New books’ are displayed in the library and also on the catalogue home page. Students are encouraged to make suggestions of books that they would like us to buy.

          Study space

          Our newly refurbished library has study tables and chairs for independent and small group study. There is comfortable seating beside the newspapers, magazines, and other resources which are popular at break and lunchtimes, for example graphic novels.

          The library has 39 computers, of which 30 are in the library computer room, together with 2 printers.   This room is used for independent study, classes and homework club.

          There is a quiet study room which also holds a range of careers books, leaflets and university prospectuses.

          The library catalogue

          图书馆目录 - 我的门户网站和应用程序库

          The catalogue


          • 通过在库专用目录终端,
          • 在学校的所有PC的桌面上,
          • 在家里,通过学校网站,
          • 使用的应用程序,在移动或ipad的。

          The catalogue includes books, e-books, DVDs, websites, and access to search a range of electronic resources available on subscription.


          My Portal

          Students are given an individual login which corresponds to their library card. This gives access to their Portal and enables them to:

          • Search the catalogue
          • Check library loans
          • Renew items
          • 预约了这是对贷款项目
          • Write a book review
          • 阅读和借阅电子书


          Library Link

          This is the library app. Using the app, students can do the same things as through their portal, with the convenience of access through their mobile or ipad.



          All students are given a library card when they join the school and set up their own portal on the library system.  They can borrow four books and one DVD for two weeks by bringing them with their ticket to the counter.  After two weeks they can then renew them if no one else wants them.

          They may 'borrow' e-books to read online or download them to a range of personal devices.


          Our collection of e-books includes some popular fiction authors as well as non-fiction. The system provides instructions for downloading books to ‘borrow’ using digital rights software for laptops, PCs and mobile devices.

          The electronic journals and databases are particularly targeted at older students, but are available for all to use. SJL has a selection to cover the range of curriculum subjects. The literary reference centre is available to search as a combined (federated) search with our book stock and the other resources may be accessed from the library system home page.

          • Complete Issues
          • Geography in the news
          • Issues Online
          • JSTOR
          • 典故中心
          • New Scientist Archive
          • Newspaper database
          • Philip Allan Journals




          The BIG Challenge

          Every other year we challenge you to try to read as many books as you can in one year. In 2012, 39 students, staff and governors completed our gold award by reading 52 books.  Another 10 achieved bronze or silver.

          Year 8 M25 Challenge

          This is for Year 8 students. You go on a virtual journey around the M25. The idea is to read five books especially selected for YOU to encourage you to read a variety of different and challenging books. There are prizes at the end for those who finish the challenge and write good reviews.

          Extreme Reading

          Come back from your summer holiday with a photo of you reading in some ‘extreme’ situation. Don’t do anything really dangerous!


          SJL did Readathon in 2011. It is a national sponsored read in aid of selected charities for sick children. SJL raised over £1,000..


          Reading groups

          Reading is a very popular pastime for SJL students and we have a number of Reading Groups.



          In some meetings we do activities such as researching books and author sites and doing quizzes. In other meetings we read and discuss books.


          Students can sign up to be a Red House judge or a Sir John's Shadower.  They read and write reviews for shortlisted books and then we hold an SJL event to promote these titles and the SJL favourites



          Homework Club


          Homework Club is open every night after school, from 3.30-5.00pm. Just drop in; you do not need to book.






          No, you do not have to do homework. You can come to read, chat or use the computers but we give priority in using computers to students who are doing homework.

          Ideas for reading







          Reading Matters



          Love Reading

          Lots of book lists:





          Amazon Books


          The Guardian



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