A shorter blog than usual this week.
I wrote a small piece in our MAT newsletter (available here) that thanked the staff teams for “chalking off” another half term.
This week we have spent quite an amount of time planning for the next academic year.
I’ve been busy, this week, in dealing with a number of National issues.
Quite a lot of my time, certainly earlier in the week, was spent dealing with the pandemic.
Another week passes.
So what have we been up to?
Last weekend we were sent advice regarding changes to the Lateral Flow tests (for staff).
I saw a super quote, on a forum, the other evening,
“What a week this year has been!”
So, lots to tell you all about.
Let’s start with an update on lateral flow tests (LFTs).
Happy New Year everyone.
I think it’s fair to say that the last couple of the weeks have been some of the most challenging in my career.
I’m sorry to have to contact you on New Year’s Eve.
On behalf of all the governors, trustees and myself, can I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a peaceful New Year.
Thank you all for your continued support.
Under the circumstances it’s been quite a good week.
Many of our schools have had their Governing Body meetings.
Perhaps it’s me but through this “Covid period” it appears the days seem to drag and yet the weeks fly by!
When I reflected as to why I felt that way I realised that my working days,