Tyndale Community Newsletter

Tyndale Community School wants to engage the wider community in what we are doing. We have recently delivered 5,000 copies of the first edition of our newsletter in the local areas.

It was lovely to receive the following email from one of our local residents:

To whom it may concern,

I received your community newsletter in my mailbox and read the poem ‘Isolation’ written by Amelia in Yr 5. Why, I was thoroughly impressed with the quality of the poem. For a 10 year old girl such as herself using advanced literary techniques even I couldn’t apply, is just outstanding. And how well the poem was written illustrates that despite the isolation order preventing children from attending school, not all children will be negatively impacted by it. Send her my best wishes and that she be very proud of her work.

And you all should be proud of yourselves for the work you have done for the community. I didn’t have the best education myself and would have considered it a blessing to have been given the opportunity to attend your school. But I still prevailed and now have an unconditional offer to study Law at Durham. I’m sure you all are worried for the children if they will be able to catch up, but I’m sure you all will be just fine.

Yours sincerely,


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