If you look carefully, you will see rainbows in windows of houses all over the country. Children are displaying their masterpieces for all the world to see.
Rainbows are supposed to represent hope, joy, and silver linings. They are a reminder that even in the darkest storm there is something positive to be found.
So if you are running out of home-learning ideas for your children (it’s tough, we know!) crack open the paints; the pens, pencils, crayons, chalks; the food dye; the tissue paper (but certainly not toilet roll!); and join in with the movement.
Add a bit of brightness to a stranger’s day by sharing your child’s beautiful rainbow picture in a window.
And together, we can all hope for a brighter tomorrow.