We just wanted to pass on our good wishes and we hope that everyone is staying safe and well at home during these unusual circumstances. We’ve come up with a few bits of advice to help you navigate the coming weeks.
It’s okay to be anxious. This is a strange time for everyone and we are all having to cope with new ways of working. If you feel stressed or upset, there are many useful websites like Kooth and these can be found in the email that Mrs Skinner sent you.
Try and have some structure to your day. This will make you much more productive, although it is also important that you have some down-time to relax and unwind from the stresses of school life – have a games night with your family. Make sure you get some exercise, either in your garden or using resources such as YouTube.
Don’t be tempted to go and meet with friends. By staying inside, we are all working together to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and also please follow the advice from the government. By working together, we will soon be back to normal, everyday life. In years to come, we can all look back on this and it will be an interesting story to tell our future children and grandchildren. By staying inside, we are ultimately saving lives and supporting the NHS.
On the other hand, we don’t need to worry about our appearance or doing our hair. Although it is probably not a good idea to stay in pyjamas all day. If you get bored, there are many hobbies that you can do, such as cooking, baking or art.
If you have any questions about coronavirus, please see this link: https://nosycrow.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Coronavirus_INSwith-cover.pdf
Stay inside and stay safe,
The Senior Students