The transformative power of yoga
This is the first podcast in a series where I find out about what people love to do, what the ‘thing’ is that matters most to them, how they got into it and what it means to them.
I should have declared at the start of this episode that Ceri is the person who got … Read more
School September Return
If you’re not a teacher or a parent with school age kids, give this blog a miss. I’m using it as a holding space for all the research I’m finding out about what the science, rather than the politicians say!
It seems to me, that whilst the unions do their bit, so can we. We … Read more
I’m confused – Lock down – open up – back to normal – but it’s not normal
Lock down in a way was simple. Stay in. Stay put. Stay home.
In England this, in Wales that, Ireland and Scotland have another. Living on the border has never felt so confusing.
2 meters, 1 meter, but not in schools because then we can’t fit all the children in and we … Read more
loneliness and social inequity
Covid has caused loneliness, isolated us all in our homes, kept us away from each other. Get people back into work to improve their mental health.
School closures have caused social inequity and the sooner we get the kids back into schools the better to close that gap.
We were never lonely before? … Read more
What do the kids say about covid?
I had this really great idea, that I wanted to find out what the young people were thinking and feeling about all this.
So I went to my perfectly articulate and literate boys to see what they could offer and they rolled their eyes at another mad mother interlude and flatly refused. Interestingly, I sent
Resilience Strategies for Coping with Covid from New Zealand
I have written before about my admiration for Jacinda Ardern the prime minister of New Zealand and how compassionately she dealt with the Christchurch attacks last year. What follows is not my work but was on a leaflet forwarded to me by an old colleague (thank you Jon) whose daughter lives in New Zealand. … Read more