So what is it like to be a student in lockdown? Wadham undergraduate Zahra Grieve, Classics, shares her experience of third week of Trinity Term. I got up at 8am so I could try and finish off both my essays. At the end of Hilary I had Mods - essentially two weeks of pretty intense exams.
Things we learned to appreciate more during COVID lockdown | UNICEF North Macedonia
Millions of children across the world are facing life in lockdown. This can be a difficult time. Away from friends, away from school, away from education, this generation is missing out on everyday activities we used to take for granted. For some, like 15 year old Ngo Trieu Vy in Viet Nam, it can also be a time to learn new skills and reconnect with hobbies and interests. Here, she shares insights into her life on lockdown at home. Children capture their city, through their eyes.
With our busy work schedule, we hardly get time to stay at home or spend some quality time with our families. We could spend time with families or have leisure time only on weekends and end up with having Monday blues. But this lockdown due to COVID 19 pandemic has taught us a lot of things and has given us a unique experience of staying at home. It was Sunday, March 22, when lockdown 1. Luckily, I was in my home town that day.
Communication and engagement with our students has been more critical than ever during the lockdown period. The last few months have seen big changes for everyone. Spyros Kandias, a Year 8 student from Oryx International School shares his experiences during this time and the valuable lessons he has learnt. Although it did, I found myself wondering, was it truly a dream come true?