When love has no time for school

7th May 2004 at 01:00
If you've ever fancied a colleague, you'll be fascinated by our website thread entitled "Teachers marrying teachers - good idea or not?"

Selwyn has tried both sides of the fence. "For nine years I was a teacher married to a non-teacher who made few allowances for the time I worked at home. I'm now a non-teacher married to a teacher.

"We have two rules. One, we spend as much time as we can together at the weekends. Two, we spend the first half-hour at home processing the day.

Then, no more school."

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