Thursday 30th April 2020
What are we missing and not missing and England's Biggest Assembly.
England’s Biggest Assembly : Thursday 30th April at 10am
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, will deliver a message of hope to school pupils across the country in the first assembly at Oak National Academy. The Archbishop’s address will be streamed through the Times Educational Supplement Website www.tes.com and will then remain available on the Oak National Academy website.
Good Morning All!
We bet you are able to make a list of at least 5 things that you are having to do without and miss because of our current personal safety and social distancing requirements. A definite first and second on Mrs Laurie’s list are not being able to see or hug family and friends!
As time has gone on, however, Mrs Burningham and I have become aware of things that we are not missing, such as busy and noisy roads and skies criss-crossed by contrails (condensation or vapour trails) from aeroplanes. In fact, scientists are now saying that the sky is looking bluer because of there being less pollution in our atmosphere, due to a reduction in all forms of traffic during the lock-down.
What are you not missing, or pleased to be seeing less of? How is this change making you feel? What things would you like never to return after this crisis? Talk with your family and send us your comments about your thoughts on this.
P.S. This is something that you might like to make a note of to include in your Covid-19 time capsule.
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