Thanks, my wife is an assistant teacher and is trying to get the head to show these videos but he's too interested in lbgtqzyhpl lol
There is something VERY wrong with the British public and I feel it has to be addressed on a school level. They need to learn about simple things like the NHS, how the country is built, social care works...
instead of freaking geography and sedimentary rock.
I agree with the others here - that is an excellent video.What with all the confusion I thought this was the best explanation I have ever seen.
Hope it's informative for everyone.
Personally I think the top priority should be trying to educate adults on the matter before children.
The lack of health education for children is a longstanding issue but trying to teach it in the midst of a pandemic just seems a little too much (but sure, go for it just so they know whats happening). Hopefully and eventually the education system will involve learning about how the country works (from a health care, social care perspective, taxes, finances) as I think its much more relevant and applicable to getting ahead in life than Geography (I'm not saying its unimportant but I think 50% of the curriculum could be.. sacrificed.. so by the age of 16 children understand basic health concepts, social concepts, financial concepts and a bit about the UK infrastructure (e.g. NHS)).