Back in October I wrote about the effect the pandemic was having on our children and young people, their learning, and their lives. Four months on, how far have come?
Our children and young people are back at school with a huge benefit to their education and rebuilding of their relationships, but what effect is it having on their wellbeing, and what about those who care for them?
Human contact is one of our basic needs, but does its importance become more evident when it's missing?
As a Youth Leader, my role is to support and advocate for young people, but what do you do when they really don't seem to care?
It seems to me that things aren't always as they seem.
If there's one thing that this period of time has taught us is that we can achieve most things we put our mind to...but sometimes we need to reach out for help.
School's no longer 'out' for summer and there's a force at work keeping the place running.