Monday, 28 September 2015

In it Together


Nearing the end of September, the rhythms of school have, indeed, arrived. Actually, it's amazing how the slow days of summer seem so far away compared to the rush of things needing to get done! Rarely, does there ever seem enough time in the day.

Regardless, as I sit and reflect on not having a student come forward this week to write a learning post, I'm left wondering how our learners are doing. Are they feeling supported enough? Do they feel connected to their school, our teachers, one another? Are they comfortable and confident with publicly sharing a piece of their learning? Is there something we can do to help?

If you're a parent reading this, please remind your child that the weekly classroom learning posts are an opportunity for them to showcase their learning. It's also a representation of our community, a place to which students can point and say, "That' my school." If you're a student reading this, take a risk if you're comfortable! We'd love to hear from you and help you share. Together we learn, together we grow is one of our school mottos. You are our school. Your contributions matter and make us who we are. A community.

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