Well because we were left in limbo again when she was out of school again and this had been going on for months and second school. And what had happened at the end of the crunch with that was when she had gone on like a taster class before the school holidays. The teacher said, “Well I am a stickler for homework.” She said, “If anybody doesn’t have her homework on time I will have their guts for garters.” Well I had been teaching our Elisabeth metaphors and she come home and she said, “Do you realise you are going to put me in someone’s class if I don’t have my homework in they are going to kill me.” But she took it literally. And I said, “But she can’t kill you. I wouldn’t let her kill you.” Well she thought I couldn’t protect her. She really took it seriously. She went running off in school dress, running round the estate in a panic. But even though we tried to reassure her, it was always in the back of her mind.