We are delighted to have reopened our doors as the next phase of easing the coronavirus lockdown begins in Wales.
We are truly looking forward to re-opening our doors on 12 April and welcoming students new and old back again for real-world, face-to-face teaching. While our student numbers may be comparatively small, this to me does not matter. What matters is that we have managed to survive a tough lockdown which has lasted the best part of a year and has been incredibly challenging. Our staff have played an enormous part in this and we are blessed to have people who haven’t thrown in the towel but have remained both resolute and instrumental in facilitating the school’s survival for which I am most grateful. Like many other organisations in the same situation, we have learnt a lot over the past 12 months about being creative and doing things in a different way albeit with limited resources.
Greg Nelson, Principal