School teacher shares her concerns Today was my last day of teaching for 2 weeks. Not because I'm self-isolating, but because it's the Easter holidays. This week I've had 10-15 children in my class each day, and I'll be back with them after Easter. Going into work every day makes anxious, because I know I'm putting myself at risk, but it's worth it to see and support the children. I'm happy I have 2 weeks off because I'm exhausted, but I'm going to miss those children and think about them every day... it's just what teachers do. Trust me when I say, your teachers and tutors are thinking about you too! After the children left today I went round school sticking their rainbow pictures up in the windows for them to see when they come in on Monday and when I got home, I put mine in my window too. Have you got rainbows in your window? It's not just for young children you know, you can make one too :) - Anonymous female, 24 years-old However the pandemic is affecting you, we hope some of these stores will show that you're not suffering, struggling or even feeling anxious alone. We'd love to hear your story too in the hope that it will help someone else, you can write a post for this blog here.