Last week, I returned to work and during that time we have prepared for when the school partially re-opens. I am not going to lie, it was…… Read more “Hope.”
This is it. Who will we become after this event in history?
There was very nearly not going to be a post this week. I couldn’t seem to formulate anything. I have a list of half ideas and a…… Read more “The big clear out.”
During this period of lock-down, it is more important than ever to look after our mental health; and of course this is different for each person. To…… Read more “Rediscovery”
A short story on loss, written for a writing group a couple of years ago.
As tears rolled down my face on Monday night, I had come to the end of myself. Homeschooling, the reality of isolation, tantrums from a 6 year…… Read more “Encouragement.”
As I have previously stated in an earlier post, I am reviewing the recommended reads for year 6 at the school that I work in. It has…… Read more “Facebook challenge (it’s not what you think, part 2)”
We have never known an Easter like this. An Easter where we cannot gather together physically or have friends over to our home to celebrate this time…… Read more “Love.”
As you know, I work as a teaching assistant in a local primary school. Specifically, year 6, the SATs year. It was a big year for these…… Read more “Facebook challenge (it’s not what you think, part 1)”
Well, that is technically one week of schooling done. It has been strange, wonderful and stressful for everyone involved. As you know, I work as a teaching assistant…… Read more “1st week of homeschooling done!”