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Getting the lockdown work-life balance right

Mixing work with home life this year has been a new experience for everyone. After all, most of us were used to waving our children off in the morning and heading to work.

But when lockdown came, we knew that, for staff, home and work would now be crossing over all day long.

This was why we were clear from the off that remote learning must

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