All posts filed under: inclusion

WHAT AM I?

This afternoon whilst we were serving up dinner we improvised with a game of “guess what I am?” which basically involved doing an impression of something for everyone to guess. We had a pig, an elephant, a monkey and a police car amongst other things. […]

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WAIT WAIT GRANDMA

  We have just had a very emotional visit to Seb’s great grandma. At 99 (and a half!), we are never sure how we will find her and her health has markedly deteriorated in the last year. This year is the first year she will […]

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Seb, I’m sorry………

The Timehop / Memories apps are a nice touch. I’ve been on FB a long time and it often chucks up pictures and memories I had long forgotten, or even deleted. Photos and conversations from the past that often make me smile. But one just […]

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Film Night…..

Every year our school PTA puts on a film night. The kids put on their pyjamas, bring a teddy and a pillow, and turn up after school to watch a film and eat treats with their friends. It is a really sweet and special evening […]

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Loose Women

Seb and I were invited on to speak to the Loose Women panel on Wednesday 10th June. The whole invitation came about after a thank you note I posted on TK Maxx’s website went viral. The interview felt like a car crash at the time, […]

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INCLUSION – A Devastating Irony

NCLUSION – A Devastating Irony We have spent the start of the Easter holidays doing the same typical things of families everywhere. We’ve travelled to grandparents, been to watch the football, a trip to the seaside, eaten well and scoffed lots of treats. The kids […]

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