"Tomorrow will be a good day"
This week we all heard the sad news that Captain Tom had died. We learnt about his amazing achievements of last year when he raised over £33 million pounds for the NHS. I spoke about Captain Tom in an assembly earlier this year, so I know that the children know about him.
One thing he was renowned for saying was, "Tomorrow will be a good day". This is such a powerful message for us all right now, we must keep reminding ourselves that things will get better.
As we near half term we are still unsure when we will open fully. I will of course, keep you informed about when Rushy will fully open as soon as I receive guidance from the DfE.
One thing I do know is this, the day I hear that we are fully open will definitely be a GOOD DAY. Everyone in school is looking forward to welcoming all the children back.
Stay safe everyone.