On attachment, teaching and connections…

This post has been viewed more than 850 times and is by far and away the most viewed on my tiny little corner of the internet. In the post, I talk about attachment and the importance of connection following listening to Dr Suzanne Zeedyk present on the subject.┬áSince posting it last May, my interest and … Continue reading On attachment, teaching and connections…

It’s Everyone’s Job To Make Sure I’m Alright

Over the past few weeks, the UK news has been dominated by the story of a four-year-old boy, Hamzah Khan, who died of starvation and horrific neglect at the hands of the person who gave birth to him. The boy's mother was found guilty of manslaughter and has been jailed for 15 years. Just a … Continue reading It’s Everyone’s Job To Make Sure I’m Alright

Careers, vocations, and loving what you do…

I'm about to make a career move. This career move is taking me back to a world that I have worked in before, and it is a move I could not be more delighted to make! I'm returning to the classroom and to teaching. It's not been an easy road over this past 18 months … Continue reading Careers, vocations, and loving what you do…