Return to Remote Learning
Following the Prime Minister's announcement on Monday 4th January 2021, we welcomed most of our girls back to school remotely for the beginning of the Spring Term.
We are disappointed not to see all of our pupils back in person, however, in accordance with government guidelines, all pupils are now learning from home, via Teams, with only children of key workers coming into school. They are all following their normal timetable. Lessons may involve live teaching, completing tasks independently, taking part in live quizzes, group discussion, collaborative working, question and answer sessions, or a combination of these and other activities / tasks.
Head Mistress, Mrs Helen Jeys said, "I remain incredibly proud of our school community; one where everyone pulls together during difficult times and displays amazing levels of resilience."
Deputy Head (Teaching and Learning), Ms Jennie Hodson added, "Whilst remote learning can never fully replicate a classroom experience, we want our pupils to be able to benefit from the advantages of remote learning, such as developing greater independence and being able to learn at their own pace, whilst also providing them with structure and interaction."