Welcome to the world of self-isolation – the place where we stay at home.
If you can work from home, you’ve got something to get on with during working hours, but if you can’t, then you have some extra hours to fill.
Even if you are still able to work, the range of after-hours activities available to all of us has been seriously curtailed. The pubs, bars and eating places are closed. The theatres are closed. They’ve cancelled the football and basketball. They are telling us to stay home.
So, what are we going to do while we wait for the ‘all clear’ to resume our normal routines?
Recently, I attended a discussion evening on the millennium development goal: ‘Ensure that, by 2015, children everywhere, boys and girls alike, will be able to complete a full course of primary schooling.’ Continue reading “What are we teaching our kids?”