Monthly Archives: May 2011

Imagining a better Dream School

I’ve got a lot of respect for Jamie Oliver. Whilst he could quite easily just spend his time tending to his restaurants, he seems genuinely driven to improve the world around him. Having first tackled school meals he’s recently turned … Continue reading

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When the boot’s on the other foot

A few weeks ago I had a rubbish time playing football. Whilst I was with a great group of people and everyone around me was enjoying themselves, I felt isolated and vulnerable. What was going on here, and what have … Continue reading

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If Meat is Murder

Eating meat is a completely natural thing to do. At least, it is for a boy raised in a white, middle class English household. Eating meat was so normal that it didn’t even occur to me that some people would … Continue reading

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