“A simple ‘thank you’ can mean the world.”
Again, one line, above☝️, with a little explanation.
Today, I was working from home, and spent the morning phoning most of my pupils families to check in with them, and make sure they were okay, accessing the learning easily, and generally, checking their wellbeing.
The amount of parents who said thank you, and even one who wants to bring something in to show her appreciation, meant the world to me.
I don’t need gifts, and I said that to the parent in question, but those thank yous meant everything. It is so toug, right now, as a teacher. We want to do the best for our families, and our students, but remote learning will never be the best way, regardless of how you deliver lessons.
So, instead of hearing gripes, every call was filled with positivity.
I can sleep with…
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