B Cador: June 2020
I hope you are all well and finding time to enjoy the snippets of blue sky and sunshine between the showers — at least the lawns and verges are starting to green up again!
We are all finding being in school without the vast majority of our school families very strange. It doesn't help us all not quite knowing what is happening and having to wait for instructions from the local authority and the government, does it? We, like you are experiencing the same uncertainties and feeling the same anxieties. We have to all remember that it is about making the right decisions to keep everyone safe and we'll adapt as needs must to the ever changing situations we find ourselves.
In the meantime, the teachers have written to their classes and the children. Please share and enjoy their letters. You may like to write a letter back to them or send me an email with your news and photos to forward and/or share here. I know they love hearing your news, as do I. We hope you are enjoying the new style Home Learning.
I'll be in touch when I know more.
Take care and keep safe everyone,
Mrs Bessa Cador
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