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Sunday, January 14, 2007

Gordon Sets A Good Example

After the recent debacle over the Minister For John Prescott's Former Responsibilities and her decision to send her son to a private prep school specialising in equestrian polo as a treatment for dyslexia, I was delighted this morning to read this.

Gordon and Sarah have set an excellent example and signalled a change of direction for the post-Tony Labour Party by choosing a non-denominational community primary school in Westminster for son John, aged 11 months.

John will start in the pre-nursery section of the school with one-to-one bottle-feeding and eventually graduate to the school's Fisher-Price Centre, where he will be taught the prudent management of plastic brick stocks and how to engage in carbon-neutral playground activities.

When eventually he progresses to primary school proper, he will be able to participate in a wide range of games aimed at developing multi-cultural social interaction skills, including Tinikling, Antoakyire, Hanetuki, Stuck in the Mud and Up and Down.

Gordon and Sarah intend their children to remain in state education throughout their education, with the odd home tutor being called into No. 10 only as and when family and state circumstances make it difficult for them to make the police-escorted limousine ride to their Westminster schools.

This is the best news I've had all week. It upholds all the principles I believe in. I just hope the media doesn't leap onto this and start calling Gordon a "socialist" or some similar unjustified and vile abuse.

1 comment:

sybil wobilly said...

What's a "socialist"? I've been a Labour Party member for two years now and I've never heard of these people.