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6th June 2020
Liz and Hannah’s Lockdown Story
“Lockdown has been okay but hard at times. The positive part of being in lockdown I suppose is spending a lot of time with my daughter and my partner and getting on as a family and spending time as a family. We do things that I probably wouldn’t have done before like baking with Hannah, baking biscuits and cakes, cutting my partner’s hair, and also doing zoom with friends. The negatives thing about being in lockdown is sometimes when it can be difficult to have a break from family members and we can’t go out anywhere at the moment apart from that being with my family is great. With all the things Hannah has achieved in lockdown it has made me very proud of her. How she has come along is really good and she is a lot stronger on her feet and more grown-up. Home schooling has been okay but it can be frustrating sometimes. Especially if I know the answer and she doesn’t know the answer. Trying to teach her how to get the right answers can be hard for me. But most of the time she knows the answer and that makes my job easier. I think it’s harder for a parent to teach their children than it is for a teacher to teach someone else’s child. I would probably have more patience and find it less frustrating if I was teaching someone else’s child. After lockdown the first thing I would like to do is meet up with my friends and family. And then the next thing I’d like to do once it is safe enough to do so, is to go on holiday in a caravan in Clacton.”