Dear students and parents,
It has been an absolute delight welcoming students onto the campus this week. You should have received a detailed letter earlier this morning providing an overview of this Phase 3.5 provision and our plans moving forward, so I won’t repeat myself here. I would, however, like to thank the students and staff for making Phase 3.5 such a successful week through their continued efforts and endeavour; it certainly instils great confidence that we will be able to move towards an increased presence on campus over the next few weeks.
As learning has started again on campus, it continues online at home and it was great to read some year 1 acrostic poems, see the products of the ice engineering challenge in KS2, find out more about the ‘one lesson wonders’ in KS3 and dream about exotic beaches in KS4 (I was disappointed not to see Bavaro Beach in the Republica Dominicana not on the list though!).
I can’t wait to see some of the hard work and performances from the Speak Out Festival next week and I would like to wish all primary students the very best in their NGRT reading assessments that will also take place next week.
Have a lovely weekend, please stay safe and I look forward to seeing more students on campus next week.