It comes as no surprise that since the beginning of 2020, families across the globe have felt an increase in anxiety, fear and loneliness. Within a few weeks, we had to find a new way of being and existing in a world filled with uncertainty and ambiguity.
How can we, as parents, encourage our #YoungKnights to read more and grow a love for all things literary? Read our latest blog by Miss Philip, aptly titled: Let Us Read.
As educators, many of our discussions have centred around the academic gaps created by the Covid-19 pandemic. However, a shift towards the importance of movement, both in and outside of the classroom, has also been noted.
The New Year is upon us and whilst many are wondering what happened to 2020. Some people are still scrambling to recover from the shock that the 2020 pandemic brought us – and many are shocked that the first month of this year seems to have…
2020 has been one of the most difficult years of my teaching career, but it has also been one of the most rewarding. So much has been written about the challenges of teaching in a pandemic and I have experienced all of those but I want to focus on the incredible gifts that this year and the weird situation that we have and continue to live through has given to my Grade 7s and myself.
Being a teacher during this time has been trying, difficult, nerve-wracking, frustrating, and heart-breaking, but also, ENLIGHTENING and a time of huge importance and growth.