Trinity News : 28.1.21

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Dear Parents and Carers

As we approach the end of our third week of learning from home I hope that things have continued to go well.  These are certainly challenging times for us all as we juggle work and family life probably without our usual supports and opportunities to relax.    However as we have said from the very beginning if we hold onto our Trinity values it can help in some small way: enjoying the levels of creativity from staff and from our learners as they provide and produce fabulous learning, appreciating how everyone is persevering(especially when TEAMS doesn’t work!), showing respect for, and understanding, everyone’s different circumstances and simply being kind to ourselves and to each other.   

This week I hope that the newsletter issued on Mon 25th and the Parent Council meeting provided an opportunity for questions to be answered and explanations provided.  We are always pleased to get feedback to help inform what we may adopt, adapt or abandon.   As I have said many times trying to get this right for everybody seems like an impossible task but one that we will continue to pursue.   To this end, if you have a few minutes to spare, please complete our Learning from Home survey using the link below.

The survey will remain live until the end of day on Mon Feb 1st

As you are aware the next announcement regarding schools and the possibility of reopening is expected at the beginning of next week.  At the moment we do not have any more information as to what we can expect after the Feb break.   Please be reassured that whatever the decision we will make it work as best as we can!

School closes for the February holiday, including our learning in school provision, on Friday February 5th and reopens on Tuesday February 16th.

Please keep safe and stay positive whilst remaining negative!

Best wishes

Jacqueline Scott