The arrival of Spring has definitely brought with it an air of positivity, and there is so much to look forward to at Roedean next term and beyond. It was important for us to mark the anniversary of the start of lockdown last week, and remember those who have lost their lives as a result of Covid. Members of the School community also had the opportunity to light a candle in Chapel to show solidarity with the victims of violence because of their gender, race, or ethnicity. In other news, we are delighted that the relaxation of some Covid measures last week has meant that we have been able to re-start providing meals for the homeless in the local area, through our connection with the charity Off the Fence. We were also excited that the Easter bunny came a little early at the School, distributing eggs carefully around the grounds, ready for the boarders to collect. It was lovely to end the term with a whole school boarding event, bringing the houses together in preparation for the holidays ahead. And a massive thank you to all the Year 7s who have donated Easter Eggs this year to our local Children's Hospital, The Royal Alexandra. With 55 eggs, it is the biggest donation we have ever made! And finally, our new Virtual Tour is now live! At a time when we are unable to allow visitors on-site, we can now bring the School to them! See the review below for the link to the tour, and we wish you all a very restful and happy Easter.