“You’ve seen flashes of the passing, and his ability to make plays out there with his athleticism,” Hurley said. “How ’bout we get some stops? We’re not causing a lot of turnovers, we’re not blocking a lot of shots that stay in bounds so we can get in transition. We would like to be able to play a little faster.”.
Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty ImagesExperts in child development are calling on the government to support a “summer of play” to help pupils in England recover from the stress of lockdown and a year of Covid upheaval.Instead of extra lessons, catch up summer schools and longer school days, they said children should be encouraged to spend the coming months outdoors, being physically active and having fun with their friends.Psychologists have reported behavioural changes in some children following the first lockdown last year. After months of isolation from friends, some struggled to share and play together, teachers reported more fights and fallings out, and Ofsted observed a worrying drop in physical fitness.As the government draws up its latest education catch up plans, to be unveiled in the coming weeks, a group of academics calling themselves PlayFirstUK have written to the education secretary, Gavin Williamson, appealing for a new emphasis on play, mental health and wellbeing as children emerge from lockdown.”This spring and summer should not be filled with extra lessons,” the letter says. “Children, teachers and parents need time and space to recover from the stress that the past year has placed on them.”As part of a wider recovery process, children should be encouraged and supported to spend time outdoors, playing with other children and being physically active.
Le prix Marguerite Duras consacre alternativement chaque anne un des trois domaines suivants : littrature, thtre et cinma. Cr par le Conseil Gnral de Lot et Garonne et prsid par Alain Vircondelet (qui est galement le fondateur du prix), le jury est compos de quinze personnalits qui ont admir, jou, aid, servi ou reconnu l’uvre de Marguerite Duras. Le prix est remis lors du salon des livres organis en mai par l’Association Marguerite Duras dans le chteau de Duras..
We are in the season of giving, which also means figuring out what to do with all the old stuff the gifts have replaced. Over the next several days, we will share recycling tips on how you should handle the excess of things that accumulate during the holidays. Clothing and Other “Tanglers”.
If you have a lorry held up for 30 hours unexpectedly that causes a nightmare problem logistically,” Allen said. “Someone is waiting for that delivery, possibly waiting for it to go on the shelves and it is stuck on the port while someone gets the paperwork right.”Allen warns that repeated delays could lead to the loss of business: “In time, if you consistently fail to deliver, customers start to look elsewhere.”The prospect of empty shelves is “shocking” for artisan cheese retailer La Fromagerie. After 30 years sourcing specialist French and Italian cheeses to sell in her London stores and to UK customers online, Brexit has left Patricia Michelson facing added import taxes and duties.”If things don’t improve I can see prices going up in April by 10% to 15%.