School News


Welcome back to school!

Feb 21,2021

Welcome back to school! We will have in-person learning for all stages this week and next week.  We believe having students back in class is the best way for learning to move forward. We are committed to our community’s health and well-being and have all the same protocols in place as in Term 1. Thanks for supporting these.  We will keep you up to date on the following week’s plans next week. We look forward to seeing our students return and back to the routines of school. If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know.

Angela Dillon

School Principal

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Welcome to week 6 of online learning

Feb 15,2021

Happy Valentine’s Day to all our Windrose family. We will be communicating in the next couple of days about the return to face to face learning and the upcoming Midterm Exams for Term 2. Please encourage your child to attend all lessons in preparation for returning to in-person learning so they feel connected to their class, teacher, and the curriculum. Please feel free to email or communicate with your coordinator with any questions or concerns.

Angela Dillon

School Prinipal

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Welcome to Week 5 of online learning

Feb 07,2021

February is here and a little hint of spring may be around the corner. We are now entering Week 5 of online learning. This is a time to practice perseverance and push through the daily lessons encouraging our students to keep engaged and connected to the school. Please encourage your children to log into all of their lessons to keep connected to the curriculum and their classmates and teachers. We will be updating parents as soon we have confirmation of plans following February 20th.

Angela Dillon

School Principal

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Welcome to Week 4 of online learning

Jan 31,2021

Welcome to Week 4 of online learning. As we enter this week, it is natural for kids to begin feeling restless and fatigued with online learning. We support you in making decisions for what works best for your child – more breaks during the day, taking half a day off from lessons or as you see fit. We want to be sure kids are feeling well emotionally and are positive about their learning sessions. Please communicate with your child’s teacher if you need support or have questions or concerns. We look forward to returning to in-person learning very soon.

Last week the Term 2 planner was shared with parents via email.  This will be updated regularly and  reflect changes as they are communicated to us as well. We appreciate your patience and flexibility in these times.

Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns.

Angela Dillon

School Principal

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Welcome to Week 3 of Virtual Learning

Jan 24,2021

Welcome to Week 3 of Virtual Learning. This week will be a short week with Thursday celebrated for the January 25th holiday. Please have your children attend all classes according to their schedule. This will help them maintain structure and routine when we move back to in-person classes. Please make sure they are dressed in their uniform and sitting at a table or desk. This will help them be focused on the lessons. We appreciate that for virtual learning to be successful it takes a strong home-school partnership. Please feel free to communicate questions or concerns as we all navigate these challenging times together. Have a great week!

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Welcome to Week #2 of Virtual Learning

Jan 17,2021

Welcome to Week #2 of Virtual Learning. Everyone is working diligently to maintain the momentum from Term 1 to continue the excellence in learning for all of our students. Please check the schedules sent by your child’s class teacher or coordinator. Students should be dressed in their uniform and sitting at an appropriate workspace like a table or desk. Please check the equipment to be sure students can hear properly and can be heard as well. Our teachers are working hard to create and deliver interactive lessons to help students stay engaged during this mandated closure. Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns. Stay safe!

Angela Dillon

School Principal

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