Send up the fireworks! Ring the church bells! Pour out the drinks! July 19, the so called Freedom Day, is less than a week away and COVID restrictions are going to be relaxed in England, including the ‘work form order’ that has, with one brief and disastrous interlude last summer, been in place since March
If you have tweenagers or teenagers, you want to be able to stay in touch with them. What happens if their phone battery dies or they misplace their phone? There is a solution to this and it’s called 0800PHONEHOME.
When I started studying for maths GCSE last year, I was asked several times about the GCSE grading system that was introduced in 2019. It struck me that many people were not aware of how the new and old grading structures compared. I thought it would be useful to produce an inforgraphic comparing old versus
My most recent photography-focused blog post was of some corn growing in a field. Earlier this week, inbetween picking one child up from school and another child from a local town where she’d been shopping, I again found myself in a field of corn. To be precise this is barley but pedantry aside, I saw
As the summer holidays near and we slowly transition out of lockdown, I’ve noticed something interesting: We’re using the family calendar again! Whether it be visiting friends for a barbecue or drinks in the pub, we’re getting out and about a bit more. Over the past 16 months, I’ve hardly bought any new clothes and