Hazel Davis and her fella have decided to home-educate their kids. This week, she’s getting hacked off with people implying her kids won’t be socialised properly.
Hazel Davis and her fella have decided to home-educate their kids. This week, it’s not off to the best start…
Hazel Davis and her fella have decided to home-educate their kids. This week, text books are bought, doodles are correctly labelled and fingers and toes are counted.
Hazel Davis and her fella have decided to home-educate their kids. In the first of a brand new column, she explains how it’s a learning process for all involved (and looks at house prices in Finland).
If you’re a regular visitor to Standard Issue, you won’t need telling that we’re lucky enough to have a cracking team of contributors who we love dearly. We thought it was about time we let them introduce themselves properly. Let’s hear it for Sarah Hendrickx.
Do you tell your kids they’re beautiful? Is it reinforcing the age-old social conditioning that looks matter when other traits are so much more important? Hazel Davis takes a good hard look at the dilemma.
As kids went back to school, so began the drama at the gates about dress codes. Is it, asks Anna Macgowan, just a lesson in hysteria?
It’s Be Late For Something Day – yeah, it’s a thing – which we thought was a good enough excuse to talk timekeeping. Is being late rudeness, bad luck or good old-fashioned optimism? Hazel Davis and Suze Kundu share their views.
The current absolute testing system probably means the kids aren’t alright. Lynne Crook stresses the important differences to be noted between passing tests and learning.