School is out, but the worries of seeing a school system groaning under the burden of too much to do for too little cash are not reassuring. Certainly not when you still have a son to go through secondary school. There aren't enough good schools.
I am glad to see a healthy development in England. At last there's growing awareness of the benefits of play and the dangers of a formal education too young. If you try and teach four year olds to read, some will manage, but even more will be put off school for life.
A great contribution to this debate by Ken Robinson.