DURING THE CORONAVIRUS LOCKDOWN
..AND A SENSE OF NORMALITY AMIDST THESE ABNORMAL TIMES.
AND PUPILS' WORK
WOULD BE IN THE ACTUAL CLASSROOM
Who could have predicted we would find ourselves locked-down in our homes, fighting an invisible enemy, streets empty, skies clear.. and schools closed!
With the help of modern technology and forward thinking, combined with an amazing team of willing and able teaching and administrative staff, EIFA has been able to fulfil its mandate to continue providing the very best bilingual education to all our pupils at the school during the Coronavirus crisis.
Pupils and teachers log-in each morning to begin classes, following the same Engish/French curriculum as when attending school. Classes can be ‘visited’ by our Head of school Françoise Zurbach, Deputy Head, Stéphane Khun and Rebecca Naylor-Alayej, our Head of Early Years and Little EIFA.
Having become accustomed to this strange new world, we thought we would share with you some pictures and examples of the great work our pupils produce.. and who knows, our virtual classrooms have been so warmly received by pupils, teachers and parents alike that even once we resume ‘business as usual’, we may well discover virtual classrooms become a valuable addition to our education armoury.
If you would like to discuss the benefits of Virtual Classroom, please submit your name and contact details on the form here and we will get back to you promptly.
We’ve added some pictures showcasing some of the activities undertaken by pupils whilst ‘locked down’ at home.
The image shown is an example of Virtual Classroom in action. The teacher (top right of screen), can see and review pupils’ work in real time.