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22/05/20

The next round of challenges. Exercise...Who is keeping fit at the moment? https://t.co/YxNgtgGm8b

21/05/20

I am delighted to let you know that two former Glyn School students (Old Glynians) have recently been awarded New Year Honours. Congratulations to Neil Dallen and Bob Chappell: https://t.co/B7Zr7Fviun

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20/05/20

Are you feeling well rested after your 8hrs sleep? Today you can put that renewed focus to the test. Don’t forget to share your art work with us. https://t.co/TbmTdzMyMv

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19/05/20

Lack of sleep has a huge impact on our mental health and emotional state. Make sure you get enough. https://t.co/bpFtloNe2k

18/05/20

Retweeted From Harry Kutty

On Feb 27th, the Danish Govt shared the seriousness of Covid 19 with the public in a sobering press conference. On March 11th, with 500 cases and 0 deaths, the Country went into lockdown. “Trust has been key to Denmark’s response” https://t.co/NAb3UvPWBH

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18/05/20

Some quality time watching a movie. https://t.co/NmageCBA4f

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15/05/20

. The WWF would be a good place to look, you might even want to adopt one... https://t.co/CyNMIhP9E1

15/05/20

Retweeted From Glyn School P.E.

A look back to the 2019-2020 Rugby season as well as the awards for Player and Players' player of the year. WATCH HERE: https://t.co/3Zw4yhHQca

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14/05/20

. Will my park be a magical one or a scary one? https://t.co/mYuY4rv7rr

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12/05/20

. Art and English in one. Don’t forget to share your efforts with us. https://t.co/2PXtJPgFgH

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11/05/20

A bit of research today. Thinking about the places you want to visit throughout your life. What is your number 1 place to visit?#GlynDailyChallenge https://t.co/SNNe2aH9RR

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09/05/20

Retweeted From Esther Brooks

Let us never forget the sacrifices made by that great generation Dad served 30+ years and all of WW2. To the day he died, he did not speak of the war to me -the pain lived on in their post war lives. https://t.co/3VFQaC1ufn

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07/05/20

Letting somebody know you appreciate them. https://t.co/KTlQ4h5O54

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06/05/20

Make sure you wash your hands prior to starting. We would love to see your efforts. . https://t.co/ijw3OsIw1e

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05/05/20

Maybe a little more than a room, but make sure you are helping out in some way. https://t.co/dsKW0azvAi

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04/05/20

Try and make this one a game where you can speak to each other. https://t.co/Un2ffaoL9k

03/05/20

Retweeted From Jon Chaloner

Missed the decision to keep Irish schools closed until September. Sensible? https://t.co/v9vxmBu2lP

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30/04/20

This could be for a family member or friend. A card might make a nice change to all the ‘virtual’ communication going on at the moment. https://t.co/nQHHM3thh6

Posted on: 21/05/2020

Provision for Children of Key Workers: Tuesday 26 May - Friday 5 June

Parents and carers will be aware that the school continues to provide basic supervisory care for a limited number of children - children who are vulnerable and children whose parents are critical to the COVID -19 response and cannot be safely cared for at home.

 

We would like to stress that it remains government guidance that every child who can be safely cared for at home, should be.  Many parents whose work is critical to the COVID-19 response may still be able to ensure that their child is kept at home, and that use of this school provision should be seen as a last resort.

 

Where eligible families wish to make use of this supervisory provision for the following two weeks (Tuesday 26 May – Friday 22 May) we ask that you complete this form

 

Families will be aware that this provision will not be available on Bank Holiday Monday, 25 May.  To further aid with families’ ongoing planning, we would like to confirm that the school will be closed to all students for two days of staff training on the Monday 1 June and Tuesday 2 June.  I have written to families earlier today to outline our initial planning for the phased re-opening of the school for face-to-face teaching and support for our Year 10 and Year 12 students, which is currently scheduled to commence on Monday 8 June. 

 

In order to limit childcare to both a manageable level and to those that genuinely need it and are critical to the COVID-19 response, we will require that parents provide proof of eligibility, where they have not already done so.  We would be grateful if parents who intend to use our provision forward such proof to glynmail@glynschool.org

 

Where families have used this form to request a place, and subsequently decide that they no longer need, we ask that they contact the school on glynmail@glynschool.org.