Posted: 01/10/2015 at 07:59
Morning all. Balancing out Verduns warm with cold and a thick fog: think I could cut it with a knife when I was out earlier with the hound!
No school in today so I can deep clean the classroom again to ensure it is completely vomit free. I get a little bit carried away with how clean my classroom should be even though I've already scrubbed it. Small people seem to have so many many germs. I've lots of paperwork to catch up on too and lots of little projects ticking away than need some tlc. If you could send tea and cake and more hours in the day I'd be most grateful.
I keep wondering whether I could find a plant that could live in the classroom to add a calming, cleaning the air, type colour to the room. It would need to survive very cold temperatures (no heating when its not in use and it can drop to outside temperatures) but come summer (and when you've 60 children in and the heating on) it is also very warm. It could have a plastic globe on it to help keep it warmer.
Does anyone think an aloe might survive this environment? After all it is BURN related so links in to the theme of the museum!