Okay, so, I love my job. I love teaching. I want to be in the classroom, teaching my pupils if it is safe. I hated lockdown, and felt inadequate. Today, I received an email from my child's juniors music programme stating that it will not be safe to return to campus until late October. All learning will be virtual. Now, I understand the 'hub' argument, and certainly don't blame the uni or perceive their argument to be unreasonable. What does confuse me, is the fact that further and higher institutions have limited their delivery of school programmes to online platforms whilst over 1500 pupils can attend a secondary school with, let's be honest, no social distancing, no PPE and no real mitigation against risk. Whilst the FE and HE unions remain strong, ours seem to have been buckled, driven by political agenda and trade offs rather than what is genuinely best for the workforce or the young people we are responsible for safeguarding as well as educating. I think my question is what is right? How do we ensure the kids in our society are safe, nurtured, happy, engaged and learning? It all seems much more impossible than it did six months ago.