COVID 19 Update: BRAA School Community. January 2021
Due to the additional and necessary precautions put in place by the Ontario Provincial Government to safeguard public health.

All Burlington Royal Arts Academy students will transition to remote learning starting on Monday, January 4. Students will remain learning remotely until the start of second semester on Tuesday, February 2. These dates may be revised by the provincial government, and we will communicate accordingly. Thank you. We wish our families and our community very best wishes and a safe start to the New Year.

Since March 2020, the Burlington Royal Arts Academy community has demonstrated that we are here through thick and thin, for our staff, our students, and families. Especially now, in these times of academic and personal necessity. Times when our students and our community remain first and foremost in our minds. Their safety and their excellence in education is not negotiable within our care and in this regard, we will, as we have proven, not only uphold the highest standards of teaching and learning but also seek to improve these standards every moment of every day.

In these times, with safe and careful planning and our care for each other at our unique school, a first-class face-to-face education will continue unhindered. Whether this teaching and learning is delivered remotely, in a hybrid format, or in-person within our spacious classes, success for our students will continue, and key components will always be our individual care, student-specific guidance and in particular the low ratio of teachers to students in our classrooms.

Our forward vision will ensure that our teaching and learning plan will be continuous, as we observe the change in government policies and adjust to these flexibly, to ensure that this plan adjusts for continued and engaging academic strength and artistic excellence for the benefit of our students and the dedication to our whole school community.

All of our faculty and school community play an important and indispensable role in supporting the success and well-being of our students. We are now, and at all times, positioned to offer an excellent education to our students. Ultimately when this difficult period has passed into history, we will be able to look back and see how our community bonded together so well for the bright future of our young citizens within our school.

Stay safe and well and we look forward to seeing you all!

– May Zhang, Director of School. September 2020


Care and Hygiene

– Masks must be worn at all times and masks replaced regularly to keep them clean

– Distances of 2 metres must be observed inside the classroom and anywhere in the school

– Hygiene is paramount and surfaces must be wiped or cleaned with disinfectant wipes


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