WOODFORD International School continues to offer education to its students despite the community transmission of COVID-19.
A statement from the school today (Friday 4th March) said when community transmission of COVID-19 was announced a week before 2022 school year began and schools were advised to close indefinitely, Woodford teachers worked to ensure students continued their education.
“Our teachers quickly went into action to ensure that our students would have the opportunity to access and continue their education.
“Though learning is taking place remotely, our teachers and parents have taken up the challenge to give our students the best education possible within the restricted circumstances,” the statement said.
Meanwhile, the school said it continued to welcome and receive enrolments from families who value education.