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It was a successful conclusion to our IPC topic, ‘Negaraku.’

Last week we were delighted to welcome back our Early Years students to school. It was heartening to see them rekindle their friendships and settle back to face-to face learning so well and interact and learn together again through play. Being away from physical school has reminded us all that school is so much more than just academia and how important those social connections are in developing the whole child. I hope to see more students able to return to school in the not-to-distant future.

Last month we saw the successful conclusion to our IPC topic, ‘Negaraku.’ This unit of work has been written by our own teachers and was a wonderful way to celebrate all the great elements of Malaysia and deepen the children’s knowledge of where they live. When I joined the ‘exit points’ for the topic I was impressed with the range of activities our students were taking part in and showcasing. There were interactive quizzes, art demonstrations, and most impressively, students presenting their work to others. Seeing the students presenting in such a mature way made me consider how Covid-19 has really changed learning for our children in a positive way with the range of skills they have developed, particularly in the field of technology. How many of us would have thought that a Y3 student 2 years ago could host a google meet, share their screens and present their work to a wide audience in that way? It’s impressive!

I had a really useful and productive meeting with some of our Primary parents Last week. This selection of parents were kind enough to answer my many questions about a whole host of topics related to the school. I am grateful for their time and for sharing their opinions with me to help me to understand more about our school from the parents perspective. I do pride myself on being an approachable Headteacher so please do feel that should you have a question, suggestion or opinion you would like to share regarding an aspect of school life, please do get in touch or catch me on the school gate (when we can!)

Anne Marie Nield

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