A couple of days back at school for our youngest the other week and he had a cold. A cold he has then lovingly passed around our entire family – we haven’t missed those over the last year that’s for sure.
Children in England are back at school this week. Some children here in Wales are already back, some more go back next week and the rest after Easter. This means that parents all over the UK are back to filling lunchboxes!
n England there seems quite a lot of excitement over children going back to school next Monday. Home-schooling has been tough on parents and children in so many ways, so most people seem keen for it to come to an end, but is everyone going back together the best approach?
With the end of home-schooling in sight, I’ve got a lovely competition for you all today. This 6 in 1 Solar Recycler Kit, is the perfect example of learning through play. You can build six moving models using household items and learn about solar power.
With the youngest children in Scotland and Wales already back at school this week and with the announcement that all children in England will be returning to school on March 8th, for many parents there is some joy knowing the end of home-schooling is on the horizon.
The autumn term is notorious for bugs and colds. After a long summer children return to classrooms and share their germs around, taking them home to their families like a new term gift. This year however, well it’s 2020, it’s no normal year and no normal back to school is it?
So how is back to school going for you all with this new normal? It certainly feels quite different this year doesn’t it?
A survey of 2,000 mums and dads of school-age children found they think it will take at least three weeks on average before their child is fully settled back into the school routine. What do you think?