For students, tutors and the module team to reflect and say 'thank you' for any help they have received in working with the home experiment kits which replaced residential schools cancelled because of the Covid-19 pandemic. For every tree filled up the T176/T276 module team will plant a real tree. If this tree is full look in the forest for the next one ( they will be numbered sequentially)
To the Open University for giving me the opportunity to learn in a way that suits to me, you work very hard guys. Thank you.
Thanks to all the staff for looking after stressed out, anxious and unsettled children and parents during the pandemic. Their kindness, resilience and passion for learning and wellbeing shone through. They must be exhausted but they still keep going.
Springbank Care Home in Chesterfield took my mum on in Jan 21 at the height of the second lockdown and did such a wonderful job to keep her feeling safe, cared for and entertained. Despite all the challenges and additional responsibilities they have done a great job. Thank you to all those who look after people with dementia - its isn't easy or much fun at times..
A tree to give thanks on the occasion of Eid Al Adha 2021.
Sharing positivity and thanks for all the amazing people involved in the work of the Northamptonshire Music and Performing Arts Trust
This gratitude tree is for staff, students and parents of Baskerville School. We are a warm, caring, aspirational school for secondary students with autism. Our core values are Resilience, Aspiration, Respect, and Compassion.
Listing all the things MK residents are thankful for
This tree is to give thanks to the wonderful staff of Robin Hood Academy for all they've done for our children, especially during the pandemic!
Huge thank you to the amazing teachers who have kept our children learning, whilst learning how to work online themselves, and often parenting too
Grateful to my friend Anna and all she did, love rozie x