Students and staff at The Grange each received a ’Care Pack’ on the 6 April 2020, one day before the ‘Circuit Breaker’ began. It was an exercise to remind to practice good personal hygiene and stay healthy during the ‘Circuit Breaker’ period and beyond.
Principal, Eugene Low gave out the Care Packs with a hand-written message for each individual.
Our Care Pack put together for all to stay well and healthy.
Packs for teachers contained an orange, apple, hand-sanitiser, pack of anti-bacterial wipes, and thermometer, which were also meant to remind all to take care of themselves. The students’ pack contained 2 apples each, and it is a reminder for them to stay healthy, because an apple a day keeps the doctor away.
We stand in solidarity with our teachers as they continue to work from home to provide home-based learning during the ‘Circuit Breaker’, which has now extended to 1 June 2020.
We also recognise and thank Crestar Education Group’s (CEG) preschool teachers who continue to support the operations of some of our preschools. These preschools provide limited services to essential services workers, who require custodian care for their children.
The Grange continues to urge all to take the necessary precautionary measures and practice good personal hygiene, including washing their hands regularly and wearing masks at all times.