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Living in a new world – Days at home (5)

Oh what a week. Now even the Prime Minister has Corona Virus. We wish him all the best. It looks like the tasks for school are getting less, maybe because it is Friday. Luckily I could help a bit more today, as I was at home and working on my own projects. Another promotional video done, some work on mindfulness, and preparation for a new client next week. Never stop. Never give in or up. Challenges are there to be overcome. Best thing of the week or the day really was: setting up a Zoom call with Rohan’s class. They haven’t seen each other for over a week, and they loved chatting, laughing and giggling. It was so much fun to watch. Using technology to get them back together. Unfortunately, there isn’t a picture (GDPR etc.) but it almost brought tears to my eyes. It was so great. Now we are off for the weekend. We update you again on Monday, day 7, unless anything happens over the weekend. Stay safe!

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Living in a new world – Days at home (1)

Hello world, Since this morning, my two boys Colin and Rohan, are working with me from home. This is, as you all would have guessed, due to the Corona Virus or Corvid 19. So far we don’t have any symptoms, so we are all well hopefully, and my wife is at work. As she is a nurse, she can help people in these challenging times, so it is good that we can help them by staying at home. Now, whilst the boys have been given homework, and I am still working as a contractor until mid April for now, but also work on my own stuff, these are challenging times to juggle the workload and schedules. However, day 1 went well, and we thought we start a diary. We guess the biggest challenge for everyone out there is that we don’t know how long this is going to last. Today we managed to do all of our home work, including Maths, English, Computing, Reading, SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation And Grammar), Art and we had fun too. Next steps are PE, e.g. we need to get out of the house to exercise and get some fresh air. We can always catch up

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