There follows a guest post by Hugh McCarthy, a retired Headteacher in Northern Ireland who until recently served as a Director on two of the province’s main education councils and who remains a ministerial appointment on one.
The damage to our children highlighted in recent reports and briefly summarised below should act as a clarion call and a warning that we should never close schools again, never send children home to isolate and avoid wearing masks around children. And the whole edifice has been based on the fear-inducing, ineffective and harm-causing masks and the totally misleading and flawed PCR tests.
This article addresses the question, What do we do now?
First, a brief reminder of what the education reports found. The Ofsted report highlighted a huge range of damaging impacts including:
- delays in babies’ physical development;
- a generation of babies struggling to crawl and communicate;
- toddlers struggling with speech and language;
- regression in children’s independence.