Graduation 2020

Celebrating Ella, Megan & Chloe on their Graduation.
Graduation 2020

Graduation 2020

Although we find ourselves in a very different situation this year, it is none-the-less, a very special day for our school graduates, Ella, Megan and Chloe.

We visited the girls and their families with some gifts and memory books. We gathered together, in a virtual way, to celebrate these fabulous young ladies' life and times spent in our school.

We've listened to the lovely stories and messages from staff and families. We have watched a gorgeous, and emotional video summary of their "best bits".

Graduation time is filled with bittersweet emotion for families and for staff alike. At the beginning of school life, there was so many questions and concerns - "Will they be nice to my child?; Will they mind her as I do?; Will they treat her with care and respect and love as she deserves?". As time moves, trust and relationships are fostered between families and the school, often developing very close bonds.

We always have one shared goal - for our pupils to grow and learn, to reach her potential and to have skills to prepare her for her adult life.

This school places great emphasis on love and friendship, on being part of a community and on developing skills to help each young person to flourish in life.

To our wonderful families, you have entrusted us with the most important thing in your life to us - Your child. We can't tell you how much we appreciate that and we thank you for sharing your child with us. We thank you for allowing us to be part of your lives.

Megan, Ella and Chloe, it's time to move on to pastures new.

We will miss you more than you know, but we will smile through the tears.

To our staff, thank you for your dedication, thoughtful planning (for these celebrations but throughout school life) and the time invested in the education of these fine young ladies. Remember:

100 years from now - it won't matter

What kind of car I drove

What kind of house I lived in

How much money I had in the bank

Nor what my clothes looked like


The world may be a little better

Because I was important

In the life of a child

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