Archive for September 30th, 2008
It’s a hard job but somebody’s got to do it. A couple of sunny days (and some rain!!!) preparing for our time working in the Service Children’s Education secondary schools on the island of Cyprus.
Being down here at the other end of the Mediterranean Sea, yet updating the blog and communicating with so many people makes you realise just how small this world really is. Take a look at Breathing Earth to see it living and changing.
(Can’t swim because of the fibreglass cast on my broken hand but doesn’t stop me stopping sometimes eh?! )
(Sorry this post is going up late. A big thank you to web-guru, Clive, for beavering away to solve some major technical glitches )
Joyous! Really enjoyed our day at Woolston Community Primary School, Warrington. Very responsive children, some of whom surprised themselves and their teachers. There was smiles, laughter and creative thinking galore. Well done all.
Thank you to Hannah Moore and Siobhan Regan for looking after us like royalty.
For a West Country lad, Hannah has a significant name, it being the same as the famed Hannah More who is buried in the church at Wrington Village where I now live. She was an educator, writer and social reformer, and instrumental in setting up twelve schools in the 18th century.