WE club please read

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  1. merzs says:

    hello, im shaha my hobby is reading books and comics I’m am dealing very good at home hope you are too. I have some fun things you can do whiles self-isolating. Number 1 read some fun cool books you like. Number 2 read a daily news later. And last but not least have healthy fruits p.s my fav. And done but before I go I have two questions 1 whats you fav colour 2what do you like to do on weekends best wishes haha

  2. merzs says:

    oh no miss rig I’m sorry the end was an accident please make it into best wishes shaha thank you

  3. hrigg says:

    Hi Shaha,

    Thanks for responding. This lovely letter will now be sent to a (or a few) isolated elderly people. Either they will read it and enjoy it, or they may well respond to your letter. So, keep your eyes peeled!

    Thanks again Shaha.

    Kind regards,

    Ms Rigg

  4. hrigg says:

    Shaha, I have a response from Joan for you:

    Favourite colour: blue
    Likes to go on long walk at the weekend.
    What books do you like?
    Do you like sewing or knitting?

  5. almer says:

    Hi my name is Roqayah and I love making puppet shows with my hands in the holiday. I love my baby brother because he always makes me smile and laugh. I like spending time with my family. I also love spending my quality time at school with my wonderful teacher that helps me learn.(Miss Rigg ). I like reading books by very popular authors because they normally make funny books. I ❤️ Doing anything related to the natural environment. My favourite colour has to be green because it is the colour of the environment. I love writing Arabic because it is my home language and it makes me understand it better.

  6. almer says:

    Ok miss Rigg. My 2 questions are what is your passion and what book would you recommend

  7. alsir says:

    Hi, my name is Ruqayah and I love doing sports and cooking during the holidays. I am dealing to everyone to stay at home because about all Australians are required to stay home unless it’s absolutely necessary to go outside.
    If you are sick, you must not attend your workplace. You must stay at home and away from
    Australians are permitted to go outside for the essentials, such as:
    >shopping for food
    >exercising – outdoors avoiding contact with other people
    >going out for medical needs
    >providing care or support to another individual in a place other than your home
    >going to work if you cannot work from home
    Australians are strongly encouraged to work from home where they can.
    All international travel is banned. Domestic travel is to be avoided.
    How long should I stay in home isolation if I have the coronavirus disease?
    How long does the coronavirus last on surfaces?
    Thank you for reading:)

    • hrigg says:

      Hey can you write a letter based on the bullet points I wrote on my blog? Why are you talking about Australia?

      • alsir says:

        Then what should I write Miss

      • alsir says:

        Hi, my name is Ruqayah, and I love doing sport and cooking during the holidays. I am dealing to Everyone must stay at home to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
        You should only leave your home for very limited purposes:
        *shopping for basic necessities, for example food and medicine, which must be as infrequent as possible
        *one form of exercise a day, for example a run, walk, or cycle – alone or with members of your household
        *any medical need, including to donate blood, avoid or escape risk of injury or harm, or to provide care or to help a vulnerable person
        *travelling for work purposes, but only where you cannot work from home
        These reasons are exceptions – even when doing these activities, you should be minimising time spent outside of the home and ensuring you are 2 metres apart from anyone outside of your household.
        What have you need to do:
        *wash your hands with soap and water often – do this for at least 20 seconds
        *use hand sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available
        *wash your hands as soon as you get home
        *cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when you cough or sneeze
        *put used tissues in the bin immediately and wash your hands afterwards
        Please don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean
        Thank you for reading:)

    • alsir says:

      Miss my two questions are:
      How long should I stay in home isolation if I have the coronavirus disease?
      How long does the coronavirus last on surfaces?

  8. alsir says:

    Sorry Miss

  9. saemm says:

    Hello my name is Maria, my favourite hobbies are running, athletics, reading and doing art. I have to face to stay home and I have to deal when its hot and when I don’t get enough fresh air but I have to stick with it. I’m always happy when I can speak to someone like you, and whenever i read the news on hear I always think about my future job which will maybe make medians to save lives when there is a new virus coming along. Another thing is my favourite book is ‘The Witches’ by Roald Dahl. I hope you will have a lovely time reading this and i hope this will make you smile.
    By: Maria
    P.S: What is your favourite hobbies? and What do you do while self-isolating your self? plus I hope you have a nice week.

  10. alia1 says:


    My name is Aleena and I’m 8 years old. I go to Edward Wilson Primary School. My hobbies are going swimming, knitting and practising new hair styles on my doll.
    I am writing to assure you about the current situation we are all in. I know Corona Virus is scary but we must do what we can to make this problem better. We have to keep on following our government’s advice. I understand if you’re frightened because it’s not a very pleasant thing. I am also very afraid and worried and it’s okay because the whole problem is horrible.
    There are some things we can all do to make the virus calm down.
    These are:
    1) Wash your hands more often (for at least 20 seconds).
    2) Stay home (unless you’re going out once a day for exercise or shopping for food or medicine.
    3) If you do leave your house make sure you wear a mask and gloves.
    4) Keep a 2 meter gap between other people.
    5) If you are worried about the virus turn off the news.
    You might find it interesting to know that unfortunately my dad caught the Virus but luckily he has now made a full recover. I made sure he had lots of fruits with vitamin c and we gave him water with honey and ginger. I think these things helped him fight the Virus.
    I have also found out that some cancer patients had this virus then beat it! How amazing!
    I having been spending my time drawing, playing with my brother and doing lots of baking. I have been calling and facetiming my family and friends to see how they are spending their time and to keep in touch.
    How have you been spending your time? Have you been able to keep in touch with your loved ones?
    Anyway I hope this puts your mind at rest and enjoy the rest of your day.
    Kind regards,

  11. alia1 says:

    Ok that’s great! Thank you Miss Rigg.

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