[The PV Series] The Children’s Day Funfair

Now, technically speaking, the annual Children’s Day Funfair is a Parent Support Group (PSG) event, and there is a significant different between the PSG and parent volunteers (PV), namely that the PSG volunteers are parents whose kids are already in the school, while the PVs volunteer in the hopes that their kids can eventually get in. So how did The Blogfather get involved as a PV then?

[The PV Series] Canteen Duty During Ramadan

After a while, you learn to identify when someone seriously needs to go to the toilet and when someone is just trying to make a break for it. When a pupil comes up to you with a slightly worried look, legs pressed together and doing tiny hops from left to right, they need to go. But when a pupil comes up to you, with a cheeky smile and an inexplicable glint in his eye, you say NO.

School of Life: Teaching Math As a Life Skill

Textbooks will use apples and oranges, cars traveling certain distances at certain speeds, but at this age, children are more likely not to like eating fruit in the first place, and certainly don’t have driving licenses. However, there is one thing they will certainly take an instant grasp to: money.