How does it feel like to homeschool your kids? It might be a mess in the very beginning, but things do get settled after some days when you take it as a new normal. Then you start exploring your children in a much better way, grooming them without further dependence on any institution. And that’s been really possible these days when the nation is busy combating the pandemic, led by the foundation of a new routine that fosters time management along with some extracurricular activities. Later on, it can even turn out like giving up your dreams of sending your child to a renowned school. However, that’s what adjustment means in our society where nothing is actually impossible to attain.
No school in post-COVID-19
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge similarly have reconsidered their expectations to keep Charlotte (5) at home even if his Thomas’s school in Battersea reopens after the pandemic. The school is set to resume in-person classes this summer, the Sunday Times has reported.
In fact, the royal couple has expressed wishes to keep their children together who might not decide to send Charlotte back to school unless George attends.
The role of virtual reality
In April, an insider has revealed to Us Weekly that Kate was “always against” homeschooling her children who now “doesn’t have any choice” amidst the lockdown. The anonymous person told, “St Thomas’s school is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and George and Charlotte are being taught online at Anmer Hall. When it comes to running quality online education, St Thomas’s is up there with the best.” Now, that might also be a valid reason to count for when it comes to bringing up a child rather than resorting to physical presence.
Being a perfect mom
Meanwhile, Kate has laid down some fundamental principles for her children while providing education at home who are barred from using electronic gadgets along with a cap on their TV watch time.