Parents across Britain have resorted to social media to share their frustrations over trying to homeschool their unruly children amid the coronavirus lockdown.
Today is the first day pupils are expected to learn from home after UK schools closed for the foreseeable future on Friday.
Millions of stressed out parents are being forced to balance working from home with looking after their children, after the Government ruled that only youngsters whose parents are ‘key workers’ should be allowed to go to school.
Mothers and fathers took to Twitter within hours of the ‘school day’ starting this morning reporting varying degrees of success.
From asking Amazon’s Alexa to create timetables and lessons plans to resorting to ‘drinking on the job’, many parents praised teachers and begged for advice on how to handle the workload.
Here MailOnline takes a look at how parents up and down the UK are coping with the #homeschooling challenge.
Parents across Britain have resorted to social media to share their frustrations over trying to homeschool their unruly children amid the coronavirus lockdown (seen)
Today is the first day pupils are expected to learn from home after UK schools closed for the foreseeable future on Friday and parents took to Twitter to share their struggles
Hayley Jones admitted she was finding it hard to cope as her children had resorted to singing Christmas songs, sharing a picture of Mariah Carey and James Corden adding ‘send help!’
Elsewhere Leah joked ‘How are all teachers not alcoholics’, adding a crying meme to her desperate tweet
Meanwhile one parent asked ‘what fresh hell is this home schooling’? with a GIF of an angry woman
And Mum Carrie Adams was less than impressed when her children sent her upstairs under the pretence that the ‘toilet was smoking’
Elsewhere Emma joked that she was practising selective hearing after experiencing what she called ‘home school hell’
Another parent shared a snap of a meercat carrying multiple young, joking ‘this is what homeschooling feels like’
Emma Lumley revealed her son wrote ‘it’ when asked to write ‘bun’ as she joked about her unsuccessful day of homeschooling
Meanwhile Andrew Lamb joked that you had to be a super hero to survive home schooling
James DeVaney admitted that he was now rethinking whether teachers got paid enough for what they do
Elsewhere one parent joked that his kids had been expelled and it was now ‘wine o’clock’
One parent joked that after the first day of homeschooling he couldn’t figure out ‘why the rum was always gone’
And Jon Stewart shared a picture of his tot playing golf, arguing that it was part of the curriculum
Elsewhere mum Adele Julier revealed her twins were at totally different stages in Maths as they were in different classes and she was having a nightmare trying to coordinate them
Elsewhere Gareth Dean joked that he was putting his two sons up for sale as he battled with homeschooling
Elsewhere a parent admitted that attempting to work from home and home school their child wasn’t going well
Elsewhere a mother prepared herself to get through a day of homeschooling her child and juggling a puppy