Apart but Together

During this period of home learning, we are physically apart from one another, but with the help of modern technology we can be together.

Principal, John Reilly, said: ‘We are currently running at least two sessions/lessons a day via Zoom for our students – a mix of therapy and teaching. This is topped up with other activities, such a Sixth Form online breakfast club and a weekly social assembly/meet up. Last Friday we had 34 of the 50 students online with us, it is a great way to keep us all connected.’

 

There is a lovely feeling at school, it is always very positive, warm and welcoming – Parent 

 

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