Dear NISL families,
Today you will have received another week's worth of activities and instructions regarding distance learning for
One or two teachers are experiencing awful connectivity issues with their internet and may need to still send tomorrow.
Another set of Specialist Tasks will be forwarded on Monday.
Please remember that next week is a four-day week so use Friday 1st May to relax with your children. Teachers will be offline.
Poems for the Freedom Day Competition can still be emailed to Mr Frits or I this weekend. We are loving reading them!
When the children meet on various class Zoom sessions on Monday 27th April, please can they wear red/white/blue or orange in honour of
our traditional and annual KING’S DAY celebrations. Some King’s Day activities have been sent to you within class packs.
Once we know more about the national situation, government advice and school opening we will of course communicate. For now, it seems we
are all in a state of limbo.
Please remember to give the children opportunities to talk about the reason behind the lockdown and make sure they understand about
COVID-19 itself. Though the below link may not suit our very youngest or eldest students; some may find it an interesting read
Please also remember that juf Stefanie (school councillor) can be contacted if children need someone to one talk time.
Have a lovely weekend and for those who celebrate Ramadan; we wish you all a time of spiritual strengthening as you launch
into your fasting and prayers.
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control