Due to the global pandemic, I was apprehensive about going to secondary school after having a 6-month summer holiday and I was unsure of what the restrictions would be, questioning if school was actually going to start in September. It has been reassuring here at Bournemouth School the one-way system, the face coverings the year group bubble all keeps us safe with school life as normal as it can be in 2020. I enjoy having my homework on Microsoft Teams as this is a really easy way of managing and completing it opposed to the traditional way of handing books in. It makes it more time efficient and if there are any questions we can ask through teams for teachers or students to answer. I've met lots of new friends from different areas and enjoy the freedom of getting to and from school. Science is particularly interesting and it's great to do experiments and use the laboratories.
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Face coverings should continue to be worn by adults and pupils inside secondary schools and colleges after Easter We expect to no longer recommend face coverings in classrooms or for pupils in communal areas as part of Step 3 of the roadmap out of lockdown, depending on the data https://t.co/vg0GBqpwrw
I completely agree, we need to watch and learn as our children return to school. By helping them to being creative, curious and ambitious they can use the incredible resilience they have required in the past years to thrive in their years to come @SecEd_Education @RealGeoffBarton https://t.co/uhS7WzXzCA
📢FINAL CALL📢If you have entered the Book-tastic Scavenger hunt please email the library to let us know 🕵️🔎 We are l😍ving the entries so far, we have smiled all afternoon whilst checking them out.... now to award those all important house points🤔