1st June 2020
As this has ‘officially’ been a half term holiday I intend to just to share a brief message this week.
I do genuinely hope that you have taken some time this week to rest up, stay away from emails and make the most of this absolutely fantastic weather. The present national and international circumstances continue to hang heavily on all of our shoulders and many of us are finding the days and weeks more challenging than they otherwise might be. We know that our civic responsibilities mean that we cannot step to one side and disengage from what is happening out there. We are all very much part of the local and national dialogue and debate.
There has been further guidance issued by the government this week, in relation to schools and colleges. We continue to read that guidance carefully and we are considering what our ‘next steps’ might be. We will share further thoughts in the coming days, as to what our approach might be and how our approach might be adjusted.
It’s a very sunny Friday, as I look out of the window. I hope to get out in the garden and out and about this weekend. I do hope that you can enjoy some of this beautiful weather too. As always, thank you for your continued support. We are in this together, we will find a way collectively.
Have a fantastic weekend and we are back at it on Monday morning.
‘And so, ladies and gentlemen, as the loose-bowelled Pigeon of Time swoops low over the unsuspecting Tourist of Destiny, and the flatulent Skunk of Fate wanders into the Air-Conditioning System of Eternity, I notice it’s the end of the show’. Humphrey Lyttelton