As we move into the Easter holidays I would like to thank you for your support and your kind and encouraging messages.
You might be working remotely from home but rest assured your tenacity, resilience, hard-work and determination in challenging circumstances has not gone unnoticed by your teachers.
Mrs Brennan has received some super artwork this week! Do keep sending them into her and she will display them on the Firefly Art Gallery!
As we approach the end of our first week of remote learning, I would first of all like to thank you for the many messages of support you have sent me and the staff this week and for the constructive feedback we have received on how we can continue to improve our home learning provision.
Some Really Useful Tips From OpenView Education who spent a day last term with our Prep Girls:
We have received photos and examples of some wonderful home-learning and online learning this week! Huge congratulations to you all for embracing this new learning environment!
First week of remote learning.
I am really pleased with the dishes, skills and completed tasks that have been completed girls!
Last week feels like a very long time ago. Looking back to last week though I was privileged to spend some time one morning with the pupils from both our Year 3 classes.
We were delighted to see such a wonderful response to our Rainbow artwork display!
Here is a thirty day Foody challenge you can do from home!
Last Friday Senior School students and staff took part in a special ‘Rich World / Poor World’ meal, highlighting in a practical way the inequality in the global food distribution and helping us to appreciate how blessed we are to be able to eat well every day.
It's been a busy week at Forest School!
Year 9 Food Styling Skills
We were delighted to receive some good news and post at the final hour when two shiny new SILVER iDEA award certificates arrived for Ellie D (Yr8) and Hattie A (Yr7).
Mrs Morgan with her able assistants played out a very amusing scene which aimed to demonstrate how best to approach home learning and what not to do!
For a short time this week all our worries and anxieties seemed a million miles away - God blessed us with a beautiful day, in a beautiful place, with beautiful people.
Following completion of their Bronze Awards, these girls are now embarking on their Silver Crest Award
Year 9 looked very smart in their business suits and came to the day ready to learn about Business.
A Prayer at this challenging time!
So Year 3, with Mrs Cesar, have been creating an amazing Brazilian dance called the "Axe" (pronounced "asha"), which originates in the North of Brazil, primarily in an area called Bahia.