Kilgraston cares for key worker children
Like all schools in Scotland, Kilgraston lessons are now taking place virtually but the school is still open to children of key workers. So here is Upper Four’s Talia to explain what she has been doing in school:
“I have been so glad to get back to school although it is not as it is normally. We have been doing our lessons online with the rest of our class and it has been so nice to see everyone including all of the amazing teachers. We have managed to do our PE challenges set for us by Mrs Ferry. This was a 5k run which was a real challenge and we went round the cross country route three time and managed to complete it, all socially distanced of course.
“We are doing well wearing our masks, washing our hands, hand sanitising all whilst keeping at a distance of two metres. It is the new normal for us. I feel so fortunate to be able to come to school and it is a great chance to get all of my school work done while my parents are both working at this awful time. I understand that there are others in my position who are not as fortunate as me and I just want to say thank you all especially Mrs Muller and Mrs Lyle who have been taking care of me.”
You can read more about via our coronavirus updates and Kilgraston’s Headmistress, Mrs MacGinty, recently talked to national paper, The Times, about the return to school.Back to News