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Message from our Principal

Dear Parents, 
This week we have seen record children back at our school campuses. 

I believe Year 3 currently holds the record for attendance with over 70 students attending school. In Years 5 and 6 we are providing half day consultations in Maths, English and IPC in school whilst also continuing to offer our Virtual School Experience. In our secondary school we are unable to offer a full back to school programme due to the mixing of classes and teachers in the secondary curriculum. However, I have been delighted to see so many secondary students returning to school for science practical sessions and PE classes. Year 8 holding the record here for attendance with almost 50 students on campus enjoying these classes whilst continuing with our Virtual Learning Experience in other classes.

This ‘soft opening’ of the school campus and the challenges of offering both on campus and virtual classes synchronously is another learning curve for us and it is certainly providing us with new experiences on which we can build a more robust and agile programme to adapt to any future campus closures if these are needed at some point next academic year.

May I wish all our TBS Warsaw families a restful weekend and can I remind you that next week the students will be on holiday on Thursday and Friday for the Corpus Christi break: Campus will be closed as will the Virtual school experience.

Alun Yorath