Read up on the top school stories for April

These were the top 5 trending school stories for April.

Catch up on the Gazette’s top 5 inspiring school stories for April.

Number 1: WATCH: This uplifting video from Roedean will warm your heart during lockdown

Roedean School has put together a touching video featuring the voices of their choir singing into their selfie cameras.

The video and audio have been merged into one beautiful, harmonious choral performance.


Number 2: WATCH: St John’s College embraces creativity and fun during lockdown

St John’s College has kept its social media followers entertained with regular updates and quirks during the lockdown.

The school has shared comical images of their learners studying in a variety of locations including koi ponds, basketball courts, swimming pools, in the kitchen, on rooftops and in hammocks to name a few.


Number 3: WATCH: Kingsmead Glee Club brings message of unity to a community in lockdown

Kingsmead College Glee Club has brought joy to the school community through their virtual song performance of For Good from the musical Wicked released online.


Number 4: Pridwin artists get creative

Melrose-based Pridwin Preparatory School senior classes showed off their creativity during the last week of school.

The art department set an art challenge for online senior preparatory grade classes.


Number 5: Remote learning tips, particularly when dealing with children with disabilities

While learners are at home during the lockdown, remote teachers could use some tips.

Illovo resident Michelle Lissoos who heads up an education technology company, Think Ahead Education Solutions, shared some remote learning tips, particularly when dealing with children with disabilities.


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