Welcome parents, carers, staff & governors
Firstly, I just want to say a huge thank you to all parents and carers for how quickly you have been able to adapt once more to the changes at this time. I know school closures and remote learning are not easy for anyone but you have been brilliant in encouraging your children to log in to Itslearning each day and have done your best to support your children at this very difficult and challenging time. With your continued support, I know we can work through these challenges together and come out of them much stronger and more resilient. Obviously, we don’t know what is to come in the next few weeks but all indications are that schools will be working remotely up to at least the February half-term.
I must also say a huge thank you to the staff at Brindishe Lee. They have consistently gone over and above throughout the whole pandemic in their dedication to support all children to do the best they can. They have adapted to an ever changing set of circumstances, often with very little notice. They have shown resilience and persistence when faced with challenges and have not only made sure learning is in place, both at home and also in school for children of critical workers and vulnerable children, they also continue to support the families and children who are most in need at this time. Thank you to the parents/carers who have echoed this by sending the school messages of support and praise, we appreciate your feedback.
And, most importantly we want to say a huge well done to the children for how well you have adapted to online learning. It has been excellent to see how much you have engaged with the lessons and tasks in the first few weeks online and in school . You have been brilliant!
This week the teachers have really enjoyed catching up with you via video calls. School is not the same place without you all, so it absolutely made our week being able to say hello!
Please find listed below important information to digest, including updates on our remote learning, important Critical Key Worker information, as well as a selection of lockdown ideas. Stay safe and look after each other.
Ms Sebire and the Brindishe Lee Team.