COVID 19 - LATEST UPDATE FRIDAY 27 MARCHThe St John Bosco College building is closed to most of our students until further notice but lessons are continuing online and all students should still be studying hard!
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As we come to terms with the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic I want to reassure all of our students, parents and everyone connected to St John Bosco College that our school community remains very much ‘open for business’ even though the school building is closed to most students as part of the government’s measures to limit the spread of the virus.
Staff at the school will continue to provide the best possible education for all of our students. The majority of this effort will be focused on distance learning, using platforms such as Microsoft Teams, to provide resources, guidance and advice to students in every year group, to ensure that they stay connected to the school and focused on their learning.
We will continue to provide support to our most vulnerable students and to maintain a strong link with all members of our community despite the closure of the building. We will communicate directly with families of vulnerable children and those who work in key services to determine how best to support them.
Please be assured of the love and prayers of our school community at what is a testing time for everyone. We will stay united and keep going throughout this crisis and emerge stronger once it is over.
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