Headlands School remains closed for the foreseeable future, including for children of key workers.
The Senior Team and I spoke to several parents and carers on Thursday and Friday and are reassured the Bridlington community absolutely understands the Government’s message that the safest place for every secondary school aged child, at the present time, is within their homes.
Thank you to all the key workers who have contacted us and for the work they are currently undertaking in this incredibly difficult time.
We can not underestimate the work you do and for, where you have felt necessary, finding alternative arrangements for your children during the day.
A reminder to our students of the Prime Minister’s key message last night. “Please ensure you are staying two metres apart. It’s not such a difficult thing. Do it. It really will save lives.”
My team and I appreciate it may be tempting to meet up in large groups – however the risks are very real. Don’t take the risk. Stay home. Stay safe.
Headlands School teachers will continue to provide active learning opportunities throughout the school day (8.30am to 2.45pm) for the foreseeable future.
All parents were emailed the Google account details last Wednesday. If students have not logged into Google GMail and accepted the invites please can they do so today.
Should students want to contact their Year Leaders, a reminder this can be done through Google Classroom. Furthermore they can also request telephone appointments with our school counsellors (who remain available throughout the school closure) via their Year Leader.
Finally, Joe Wicks – don’t forget to tune in to Joe’s PE lesson at 9am every morning this week!
Last Friday, 600 students engaged in online learning – let’s try and beat that record today!
Stay home, stay safe,