Author: Kathryn Fox

Kathryn Fox is a former teacher and coordinator of a sixteen-school learning partnership in Somerset. Important to her are the principles of fairness and equality and, to that end, she campaigns to protect our democracy and modernise our out-of-date voting system.

Stop using the ‘B’ word? Not me.

Kathryn Fox

Haven’t most of us, at some time in our lives, been told to stop using bad language? The government even went so far as to tell its ministers not to use the B word –  Brexit – that is. It’s been nearly five years. The Deal is done.  We should just make a go of […]

Risotto di pollo e zucchine

Kathryn Fox

Chicken and Courgette Risotto Serves 3-4 This recipe can be adapted by adding more courgettes or other vegetables if you prefer it to be vegetarian or vegan Ingredients 1 small onion, finely chopped 1 clove of garlic, finely chopped 1 medium courgette, diced 2 chicken breasts, diced 250g risotto (Arborio) rice 1 litre hot vegetable […]

Cut off by Covid – the impact of the pandemic on young minds

Kathryn Fox

It’s summer, normally a time for holidaying, socialising, enjoying the long sunny days and building resilience for the darker days ahead. Most of us remember summer holidays from school as one of the best times of our lives; meeting friends, going on trips, learning to flex our wings. This year is, of course, not like […]