Fearne Cotton has opened up about her difficult makes an attempt to home-school her children after Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered the closure of all faculties on Friday in an try to cease the unfold of COVID-19. The former Celebrity Juice star is in self-isolation together with many of the nation and admitted she has found her youngsters Rex, seven, and Honey, 4 – who she shares with husband Jesse Wood – “have no respect” for her. Speaking to Zoe Ball, 49, on her BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show on Friday about her home-schooling efforts, Fearne stated: “I have discovered that my children have no respect for me whatsoever and I’ve got no patience is the other discovery as well! We’re trying our best. We’re trying our best.”
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Fearne can be stepmum to Arthur, 18, and Lola, 14. On Friday, the radio presenter paid a touching tribute to Arthur after it was revealed GCSEs and A-Levels have been cancelled this 12 months in wake of the disaster. Sharing a photograph of all 4 children on Instagram, Fearne wrote: “So much love to my bloody lovely step son Arthur and all of his mates who have worked so hard for their A levels. To anyone out there who has put huge amounts of effort into GCSE and A level study and now feels completely confused as to what lies ahead, I hope you’re O.K. Let’s hope some clarity is offered up soon. Love to you all.”
Fearne shares Rex and Honey with husband Jesse Wood
On Wednesday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson introduced that GCSE and A-Levels will no longer go forward and as of Friday, faculties closed indefinitely as a result of outbreak. He stated at a press convention: “Exams will not take place as planned in May and June. We will make sure that students get the qualifications they need and deserve for their careers.”
The Department for Education is about to announce particulars on Friday about how GSCEs and A-Level grades will likely be awarded to college students throughout the nation, with outcomes anticipated to be primarily based on instructor assessments and coursework slightly than a proper examination.
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