Dear Parents and Friends,
This half-term is speeding fast to its conclusion this Friday, with a two-week break and all students will have a change of routines until they return on Sunday, 1st March 2020.
The Year 12 students just concluded their WAEC practice examinations and we shall share the results accordingly. All students were reminded at Monday’s assembly to make the most of their time whilst at home but not to forget about doing some reading and studying.
The news ,both national and international, has been about lassa fever and the corona virus, and in a world enhanced by efficient transport links, how can one reduce the risk of infection?
There is a saying that ‘prevention is better than a cure’, as such we need to follow the advice of medical professionals to the letter. Furthermore, as these are communicable diseases, we must avoid contact with people who have been diagnosed with it and habitually disinfect our hands as
Of utmost importance, our students are returning home in a few days’ time and parents are strongly advised not to return them to school if they have flu, fever or suffering from headaches – have them checked-out by a medical doctor and return them after they have recovered.
In conclusion, ‘Each day is a blessing from God, a fresh start, an opportunity to correct a wrong and to do something wonderful, whether small or large for someone, as such let us make the most of our seconds, minutes, hours and days.’ ; and, ’The unthankful heart… discovers no mercies; but let the thankful heart sweep through the day and, as the magnet finds the iron, so it will find, in every hour, some heavenly blessings!.’
Have a wonderful few days with your children until we meet again.
Abraham. P. Swart