You may have spotted some new signs in Romborough Way to encourage parents to park elsewhere, to make the road safer for children crossing and waiting outside school. Only 4 people out of 12 on the school council currently walk to school. 9 said they could walk to school if they left a little earlier. Imagine if that was replicated on a whole school scale where three quarters of us walked to school! The School Council have decided that they will be starting a new campaign called Walk to School to encourage everyone to walk, scoot or cycle to school. This not only helps improve safety and pollution but also makes us all fitter and healthier which can only be a good thing. Now that the weather is getting brighter and warmer why don't you try walking to school?
We have donated several computers to our link school in Ghana and we received this lovely message from one of the students:
“I feel so humble to write to you, expressing my firm gratitude for the amazing gift I received, it's quite overwhelming to feel loved. I write to appreciate you for the gift of a Computer. I am in my second year of senior high school, and at first, it was very difficult as a student to study only theory aspect of I.C.T. without practicals, and also not able to explore in different fields of study through online platforms. I assure you that providing me with this opportunity will not be wasted. I cannot thank you enough for giving me a leg up in starting this new phase of my life, thank you for supporting me in this regard. I am truly aware that your reward is great in heaven. Love, Atoore Pascal.”
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