Easing Back Slowly Onto Campus

A very big welcome back to school to our wonderful primary students as we ease back slowly onto campus!
We are ever so grateful for the incredible collaborative effort between School and Home that has gotten us this far.

Welcome back to School

We are ever so grateful for the incredible collaborative effort between School and Home that has gotten us this far

Knowing the power of adapting to changing circumstances makes such a difference.

Junior School Pupils are excited about finally being back in class after so long.

Students and teachers socially distanced within a teaching and learning environment

Year one pupil, masked up and ready to learn

Teachers constantly remind pupils to wash their hands before and after eating and in between activities to ensure that everyone is safe.

Staff ensuring that all safety protols are observed by pupils

Infant School pupils were nicely spaced out within a well ventilated area to enjoy their lunch time under strict supervision.

Ergonomically designed hand washing areas were put in place for the efficient running of all safety protocols.

“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better”. Maya Angelou

Teachers continue to encourage pupils to do their best

Our Primary School Nurses (L-R Ms. Nora Asante ,Mrs. Massah Awandare and Mrs. Alberta Hayford) happy and ready to professionally attend to every pupil on campus.

We continue to find innovative, creative and safe ways to engage our pupils.

Teachers continue to be the backbone of all that we deliver

Olivia LecossonEasing Back Slowly Onto Campus

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *