Learner Turner: A Sunday in the grass

“Can I ask you a question?” Her 11-year-old body curled towards me in earnest. I looked around the group of seven of us, relaxed on the grass outside church. The wind ruffled our hair as we crunched biscuits.

“You can ask me anything,” I said. 

She paused: “What did cancer feel like?”

Anytime we run a programme, we can fall into a pattern. We can become used to working our way through the curriculum or activities, and we can come to...

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