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Using Instagram to bridge the coronavirus lockdown divide

During the coronavirus lockdown, Instagram has become an indispensable communication tool for one infants school. Sabah Malik explains

Recently I was reminded of a quote by Lenin: “There are decades where nothing happens and there are weeks where decades happen.” So, welcome to 2020, where “in” is the new “out”.

Regardless of your political views, you would be hard-pressed to disagree with the quote above at the moment! The last few weeks have seen a monumental shift in the way schools operate.

Since March 23, schools have needed to be innovative and creative about how learning happens. Adopting a growth mindset has been essential as we reconceptualise how we must work to ensure that the learning journey for our students can continue.

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