As we emerge from covid’s shadow we will find that supporting the most vulnerable, marginalised, and discriminated against is a good place to start in tackling longer-standing but no less existential problems.
So, I realise I bang on about inclusion rather a lot. That makes me both a zealot, and a hypocrite, because my son attends a specialist provision rather than the local primary school that his sisters go to. There are several reasons Benjamin still attends the wonderful, well-equipped, superbly-staffed specialist provision at which he started … Continue reading Trailblazing
So, this week I got into an argument with some people I don't know on Facebook (I know, I know, I should know better). The argument was about this picture, originally seen in a viral tweet: A friend shared the photo with the single strapline 'wtf' and there followed several comments along the lines of … Continue reading It ain’t easy being green