Quite simply it was a virus that was potent enough to demand interventions which required us to review how we interacted with one another. Bonds were broken to protect ourselves. Closeness, intimacy and social gatherings could have fatal consequences. ‘Safety in numbers’ became ‘risk in numbers’.
It has never been more important to have parents and carers involved in the education of young people. The invisible social contract between home and school always seemed to have a line between ‘home’ and ‘school’: current circumstances have blurred that line.
The disruption caused by Covid-19 was and is undoubtedly the biggest upheaval in our education system since the second world war.
Zero to Azure Hero with ASP.NET Core, Blazor, Azure DevOps, Cognitive Services, SonarCloud and App Services
In this 9 part blog post series we revisit the Sentiment Analysis application we developed for Wholeschool
With the seemingly endless growth in popularity of mobile apps, it would be remiss of me not to take a second and jot a few words about how schools can utilise apps to stay connected to their community and increase efficiency in communication. First and foremost, I think it is Read more…
The team at Wholeschool are passionate about technology, with a diverse team with skills ranging from multimedia and design, software development, VLE experts, web content authors, and everything in between. We are passionate advocates of embracing both Open Source and Proprietary software to tailor solutions to meet the needs of Read more…