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I’m back

Hello world.  It’s been a long time since I wrote here.  So I thought I’d drop you a line to let you know i’m still around and give you a brief update. So much has happened over the last month. … Continue reading

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Primary School Memories

So, my Son has left his primary school.  There were the usual parties and end of year / leavers assemblies, which were all lovely.  But they never quite capture all the memories for every person. My little man did brilliantly … Continue reading

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Enjoying the holidays and Planning for School

Do you remember your first day at school? I have to admit to having no memory of it at all.  I think as parents we build it up and worry about it much more than the children do sometimes.  I … Continue reading

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Year 6 – The Last Half-Term

What the hell is the point of the last half term in Year 6? If you are the parent of a child just finishing primary school or you have older kids and have already been there, seriously – what’s the … Continue reading

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High School Panic on Hold

Hello all, I just thought I’d drop you a little update following my rather frazzled post on Tuesday and the worry about the High School induction. I’m pleased to say things are all a little calmer here at the moment. … Continue reading

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School Induction Nerves

So, we’re off to High School this evening.  This is our first official induction visit.  Mums and Dads and Kids.  First the children will be split into their tutor groups and taken off to classrooms whilst us parents are given … Continue reading

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Balance

I can’t do ‘balance’ Whether its ‘stand on one leg’ kind of balance or ‘life balance’ kind of balance.  It doesn’t matter which, I’m crap at both. I get an idea and I’m hooked, I can’t do things by half … Continue reading

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Feelings of Sadness for parents of disabled children

I read a blog post last night which made me feel so sad.  It wasn’t the post itself that upset me, but many of the comments left and reactions by others who seemed very quick to jump to conclusions and … Continue reading

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The Road To High School Begins

Well the end of primary school is getting ever closer and things are starting to get more difficult round here. For all children the transfer from primary school to secondary school is a big deal and is fraught with stress … Continue reading

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School Fair Guilt

This is challenge, I’m going to try to write a short post – not easy, as you may have noticed I’m not good at short! This afternoon is the school summer fair.  We are going – for a bit.  The … Continue reading

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