4 March 2021
Mr William Bohanna, Senior Teacher (Teaching & Learning)
As we come to the end of this period of remote learning, I think we can all agree we are looking forward to being welcomed back onsite where face-to-face learning can once again resume. Over the course of this lockdown our learning as a community has continued to be as robust and creative as we can possibly make it. When I reflect on our learning in relation to our WOLD approach during this lockdown we have all worked hard and indeed made, but most importantly learnt from, our mistakes. As a community we have taken the opportunities to optimise our learning. Now more than ever we realise that learning is a life-long process and above all else we have a determination to succeed in all that we do. This period of lockdown has required true resilience and persistence for us to enjoy and excel in our learning. In the words of Michelle Obama:
“There is no magic to achievement. It's really about hard work, choices, and persistence.”
In this the last of our lockdown teaching and learning round ups we hear about some of the fantastic, innovative, and inspirational approaches being used by the English, modern foreign languages, politics and music departments. You can read the round up here.