Does Home Schooling Create A Vulnerable Circumstance?

jessica lewis fP2 cL 6 U unsplash

Earlier this week I was appointed into a role that I hadn't applied for. I was assigned the role of home schoolteacher alongside my full-time job of running a consultancy. My new 'class' of three children are aged 16 (doing GCSE's), almost 14 (year 9) and 8 (year 3) so my new teaching skills need to cover a wide audience and subjects. Whilst I have never been through teacher training and felt completely frazzled after the first 90 mins, I still felt that I was one of the lucky ones. 


Note For The New Year

Usually, the start of a new year comes with thoughts, plans and excitement for new opportunities. However, the start of 2021 is a little different. Whilst uncertainty remains surrounding the continuing and ever-changing landscape of the world with Covid-19, here at RBL we are still looking forward to the new year ahead.


International Day of People with Disabilities 2020

idopwd social graphicToday we’re supporting ReciteMe to raise awareness of the online support available for people living with disabilities. We first became aware of ReciteMe when we were looking for solutions that organisations can put into place as a reasonable adjustment for their customers / supporter / donors / beneficiaries who need extra support when interacting with them online. Having heard the story behind ReciteMe we knew that the solution came from a lived experience and a proven need. When we saw JUST how easy it is to install on a website we were bowled over and immediately arranged to add the tool to our site. 


Expect The Unexpected Path


It's really important to think through the whole customer journey and to consider the different paths a "non-ideal" customer may take when trying to take an action.


NOTE! This site uses cookies and similar technologies.

Our website uses COOKIES to help improve your experience. READ MORE or ACCEPT ALL and move on.


Here we explain what cookies are, how we use them and informs you of your choices.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small pieces of text sent by your web browser by a website you visit. A cookie file is stored in your web browser and allows the service or a third-party to recognise you and make your next visit easier and the service more useful to you.

How we use cookies

When you use and access our website a number of cookie files are placed in your web browser. We use these cookies to enable website functionality and to gain insights into your preferences to the services we provide such as to store your preferences to enable advertisements delivery including behavioural advertising.

We use a combination of cookies such as session and persistent. We also use essential cookies to authenticate users to prevent fraudulent use of our website.

For the full disclosure of the types of cookies we use please click here

More information about cookies

If you would like more information regarding cookies please click here to visit the ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) website.