As we come to the end of week 5 of Remote Learning, we hope all our families are safe and well. No doubt many of you will have been effected by this pandemic in various ways.
Firstly, well done to the boys and girls for working very hard over the past few weeks. We know it hasn’t been easy for them and we want to praise them for the fantastic work they’ve shared through Seesaw and Zoom. They are a credit to their school and their families.
We very much acknowledge that remote learning presents significant challenges for parents and guardians, juggling work and family commitments. It has certainly not been easy so well done to all of you also on doing your very best over the past few weeks. Spring is here and with it, hope is on the way.
Thank you to our wonderful staff for all their work. They have moved to provide remote support for their pupils with enthusiasm and dedication, despite the challenges it presents. We know that remote learning doesn’t replace the face-to-face interaction that is such an essential element to the educational and social development of the children. We look forward to the day we can safely open the doors again. Hopefully, the safe reopening of schools will happen soon and we will inform you as we receive more information.
February 15th – 19th is midterm break as per our school calendar. I’m sure everyone is looking forward to a break from remote learning over the next week. Seesaw and zooms will resume on Monday February 22nd. Happy mid term break. Stay safe and well.