This is a time for family connections, spending time with our pets, and caring for ourselves. We must make sure we stop and take time to appreciate all that we have. Our boarding community is a close, caring one. Our staff take great pride in looking after our girls, holding them accountable for their spaces, their actions and their study. Now we can all reflect on what is working well for us and what we can improve on. At home and at work, is it our routines, our attitude, our commitment, or our gratitude for all in our lives, that we should be reflecting upon?
Could we be learning skills that we’ve always wanted to try? Cooking, sewing, car maintenance, a language perhaps?
This is a once-in-a-lifetime situation the world is encountering at this time. It is interesting what is deemed important by society now; farmers, health workers, transport workers, and grocers. It’s a shame it takes a crisis such as this one for society to value its core workers. Is it nature’s way of making us realise what is truly important in life? We desperately want to visit our parents and grandparents, children and grandchildren but we know for their safety and ours that we can’t. There are interesting times ahead. Wishing you all good health and precious memories during your time together.
Please take care of each other and we look forward to seeing you all soon. Enjoy your time with your families, take the opportunity to recharge and reconnect and please stay in touch.
Head of Boarding