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.
Bournemouth School / News Timeline
Pupils won't need to wear face coverings in classrooms in schools and colleges from tomorrow. This is because the national data shows the prevalence of Covid to be on a downward trajectory. Face coverings will no longer be needed in indoor communal areas from Thurs 27January. https://t.co/YKsRLQQe6S
Great effort from the 12 students at table tennis today. 4th place for the U13 team. 1st place for both the U16 and U19 teams sends them into the Regional Final in Bristol next month 🏓
Today we wished Alan Phillimore a long and happy retirement after almost 16 years of exemplary service to the school as our catering manager. He has been a wonderful colleague and will be greatly missed! https://t.co/5A4i76ie0R