We’ve spotted some fantastic social media posts from schools, not only keeping communication going with their school community during this difficult time but also providing some much needed light and humour!
Guy Emmet, Head of Scarborough College, sets a drop kick challenge in unsuitable footwear:
Simon Smith, Assistant Head at Farringtons School, demonstrates how an empty school inspires some exercise:
Truro High School for Girls show their ‘wellbeing dog’ Truffle joining in online lessons (we understand that Truffle belongs to the Head, Sarah Matthews):
Gareth Doodes, Head of Dover College, plays to an empty school Chapel at the end of term: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/activity-6648947784269475841-G_w_
Tom Rogerson, Head of Cottesmore School, celebrates the end of term in unusual fashion, making full use of social distancing: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/activity-6648637697432924160-4kBj
We’d love to see how your school is keeping a smile on everyone’s face!
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Can we help?
Right now, we’re perfectly placed to help school leaders and school business managers working remotely. The Stickman team has decided to allocate a few hours each day to help schools with their communications free of charge. This is not a pitch for business; we want to help and we know we have to pull together at this time.
If you think we can help you with something, simply get in touch.
Keep safe and keep on keeping on.
School Marketing & Research Consultant and Chief Cheerleader
The Stickman Consultancy
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