Year Seven Transition Booklet 2021

Welcome and Assemblies

9.00 am

Welcome from Ms Harnetty. Assistant Headteacher in charge of Transition.

Good Morning Year 7,

Welcome to your Virtual Transition Day. Although we cannot be face to face today, our Transition Team have worked hard to put together a fun and informative day for our new Nobelians!  This is our suggested schedule for the day, but don’t worry if you need to complete this over a few days. We hope you enjoy it!

Your day is split into four parts:

  1. At the start of the day are assemblies from your Head of Year and our Head of Character.
  2. The second part of your day is Taster Lessons. Complete these to the absolute best of your ability and don’t worry if there is something you cannot complete today.
  3. The third part of your day involves getting to know Nobel, walking the site virtually and discovering a little more about the history of our famous Oak Tree.
  4. Finally, you will spend some time telling staff at Nobel about you. This is the information that we as staff love receiving!

Throughout the day you will need to have your Transition booklet and a pen. Don’t worry if you can’t find your paper copy, an electronic copy can be found at the top of this page.

Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or worries, otherwise enjoy your first day as Nobelians and I look forward to meeting you in September.

9.15 am

We start the day with two assemblies; an assembly on all things Nobel from your Head of Year 7, Ms Jones and an assembly on the Nobelian character from our Assistant Headteacher Mr Brown. 

 

After watching the assemblies, take some time to explore the school website and complete page 3 in your booklet.

10 am Break time

Taster Lessons

10.30 am

Watch your Science taster lesson from Ms Jones and Mr Burford. Don’t worry if you don’t have everything at home right now for these experiments, you can come back to this lesson at any point over the next two weeks!

11.00 am

Watch the introduction to your Maths Taster Lesson from Ms Bloomfield and complete page 4&5 of your booklet. When you’re sure that you have finished, you can check your answers!

Check your answers here!

11.30 am

Watch your English Taster lesson from Ms Reeder and complete your creative writing on page 6&7 of your booklet

12.00 pm Lunchtime

Getting to know Nobel

1.00 pm

Walk the Nobel Site. Click this link and complete Activity 4 on page 8 in your booklet. Don’t forget to click on the Welcome Video and Area Information in each area to learn more about your subjects next year.

 

1.30 pm

This is your chance to learn some of the history of The Nobel School. The Nobel School is 60 this year! Why is our school tree so important? Watch this video from our Head Boy and Girl to discover the answer.

Getting to know you

1.45 pm

Watch this introduction to our Getting to Know You activities with Mr Swendell and complete page 9&10 of your booklet.

2.15 pm Learning more about transition.

This is your independent time. Read the information carefully and complete pages 11-23 in your Transition booklet.
Picture of the booklet pages 11-23

2.45 pm

Ms Jones would like to say goodbye to you all until September:

After transition day

You have three things to do now:

  1. Finish the transition work on our website. Please keep your photos of your cooking coming in, and we love hearing your thoughts on How to Train a Dragon!
  2. Look at the Summer Projects (Click here) from all of your new subjects. How many can you complete before September?
  3. Book a tour of the school site in August if you wish to, using the link Ms Harnetty has sent to your parents.
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