Although on Monday we only had festivities at school and Tuesday was a day off still the rest of the week was very very tiring.
I do not want to get into details but I can only say that the things that are happening right now in the world of Education in Greece are really very very bad and have affected all schools.
Teachers getting fired, being asked for more work for less money, the self-evaluation of the school unit scheme, demands and orders from the Ministry of Education and their administration, strikes, demonstrations, resistance on behalf of the teachers,and more.....
Mine is a school mainly with immigrant children, with very good teachers who have a good relationship with the children and with each other.
Things are not like that lately but I am an optimist and hope that things will really get much better in future if we continue to believe in each other and in what we can do all together in harmony.
The rest of the blogpost today will be dedicated again to my dear Barca who is my anti-depressant, my joy, my smile, and it has helped me so much to relax after the difficult school days....
There she is paying attention to what she is being told!
When I stitch she sleeps at my feet.
She is my son's best friend especially when he eats.
1. Decisive look.
She lies down like a crooked question mark.
When Faedra, a neighbour's dog, visited us she was a bit strange at first seeing her in her home.
She is the best!