Blessed Trinity  pupil Amber said the fact teachers are on hand to help quickly has made learning from home a strong experience.

The Year 10, who was also recently elected for her second term to represent Burnley and Pendle in the Lancashire Youth Council, has found that she has had instant feedback from her teachers despite them sometimes being miles apart.

“To be honest, I have enjoyed being at home. I think that it's great our teachers are helping us in every way possible, it's like we are still in the lessons.

“If I need them, they reply really quickly. I thought it would be stressful working from home but it’s actually been smooth and I have got a lot of work done. I am making good progress.

“I have a routine although it’s a bit different to my school routine as I tend to start my work earlier and finish around 2:30pm.

“I can also do some of my work in my pyjamas!

“I am quite good at science and English so I have enjoyed doing those subjects and, like I said, if you get stuck on anything you can message through Show My Homework and the teachers get back to you within a few minutes.

“I also do the Joe Wicks exercise class every day for 30 minutes and I like that.

“I do miss my teachers but they are still available and I Facetime my friends so we do all still keep in touch.

"I am excited to go back to school when it does happen.”

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