Learning in our school bubbles
What have these changes meant to us?
We continue to use our large Art spaces to the full. This term we have worked to ensure that all of our students are supported to achieve within the Arts Award Framework. Our project during Black History Month was to create art work based through visual and experiential experiences linked to BAME artists across the world. This led to an excellent and well received exhibition. Our creative teaching staff have develop a range of teaching strategies and classroom organisation to reduce risk.
Welcome to our new Y7 cohort, it has been a delight to receive 16 new students and 1 Y12 student to Tuke this year. We follow our usual curriculum with reduced movement across the school. We have used our outside spaces wherever possible allowing more air circulation when teaching. Unfortunately we have not allowed for community visits this term
We are in business as we are continually celebrating all achievements with pride. Interim and annual reviews have continued by telephone call keeping you up to date with your child’s educational development. Our Speech and Language therapists has set up virtual coffee mornings and training this term
Although we do not meet as a whole school community for our daily assemblies -we are still having them! These are recorded for classes to watch and take part in class. We are of course, missing being able to perform to parents and carers this year in an end of year production. However classes have been busy creating films that we hope we will, one day, be able to invite you in to see. Watch out for you invite for ‘All You need is Love’ – you’ll get one as soon as it’s safe again for visitors.