CALROSSY teachers have missed having real kids in their classrooms during the COVID-19 shutdown.
On the last day of term, a week ago, teachers from the school created a YouTube video for their pupils, titled 'We Miss Our Students', to show it.
English teacher Sarah Warby said it's a strange feeling, being on campus without their students.
"We wanted to make something that the kids can watch, and be a bit lighthearted," she said.
"Not having the noise and the energy bubble of the kids is different ... it's so silent and a bit eerie."
Teachers created fake pupils, held up signs and some kicked a ball around alone to create a "moment of fun" for both students at home and teachers on campus.
Ms Warby said although the school's been fortunate to have the resources which allow classes to stay connected online, it's just not the same.
"It'll be so nice to see the kids come back and just play," she said.
The school has been open for children that can't stay home, but social distancing measures have still kept face-to-face contact to a minimum.
It's still school holidays for now, but Calrossy, along with other schools across NSW, will kick off second term online next week.