Feb-worry: (v) a state of perpetual worrying during February when parents and children eagerly await thick envelopes to be posted through the letterbox offering a place to their dream independent school.
Journaling has long been a hobby for many. Tracking the day to day events of our lives in a 'Dear Diary' format. Loved by historians to get a first-hand account of the past, and read over by later generations when a secret diary is discovered. This manner of recording history, can now help us manage our future mental health, and that of our children too!
In a country filled with history, why are some fighting so hard to have it forgotten?
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Teresa May has made it clear that she is not budging on the public sector pay cap, and while I agree it would be unfair to raise wages for teachers and not those in other public areas of service such as the NHS and policing, the effects of this bull-headed decision will be long lasting.… Continue reading Why the 1% cap is damaging schools