Dear students and parents,
What a fabulous way to end Term 1. The focus on mental health and wellbeing has not only reminded us as to what is most important but has unleashed so many creative and challenging projects right across the school. This is indicative of the whole term where our students have continued to demonstrate and maintain such high levels of engagement and enthusiasm, resulting in such positive learning outcomes. Please take time to read and find out about these projects and these achievements in both this newsletter and our end of term assembly. If you haven’t already seen our wellbeing video featuring our students, staff and parents, which ‘kicked off’ Wellbeing Week, you can find it here.
Thank you to those parents that contributed to our Q and A information session yesterday; this was indicative of the collaboration, support and collective wisdom we have in our community which always puts our children first.
Earlier today, you must have received a separate communication from me regarding an update on our proposed date to enter phase 3 of a partial return to campus. Please do take time to read this and contact me directly with any subsequent comments or questions .
It would be fair to say that everybody deserves a well earned rest during this term break. Can I take this opportunity to wish you all a very happy Dashain and please stay safe and well.