A truancy expert is calling for a campaign to target parents who allow their children to skive off
Of course, the early starts and late finishes won't be compulsory but, over time, it will make it much tougher for parents like me to skive off
full-time paid work and spend any quality time at all with our children.
There are two drawbacks to this otherwise admirable example of audience participation, the first being that it is an act of professional suicide to skive off
work in order to go and cheer on your darts idols.
AND as well as all that, we've got our old friend Andi Peters popping in for a couple of weeks while I skive off
to enjoy some post Party In The Park calm.
With school truancy levels rocketing, what sort of example is the government setting to youngsters by saying it's OK to skive off
work for a football match?
Then, Schell says, "we just take a little knife and skive off
a little piece of the claw -- pare the fingernail, so to speak.
With the rubbish weather always a possibility, 48% of people admitted they would skive off
work just to catch a few rays.
RYDER Cup star Ian Poulter yesterday urged golf fans to skive off
Of course we all want staff to work the hours they are meant to and not skive off
Scheming Teresa proves to be the mum from hell - not only does she let Finlay skive off
school and wait outside the pub while she has a drink, she also cons Lloyd into believing he's the lad's dad and forking out
This week lazy Teresa (above) lets Kayleigh and Finlay skive off
school, much to wannabe copper Mel's disapproval.
WHEN Teresa lets Kayleigh and Finlay skive off
school, Lloyd spots the lad waiting in the Rovers' smoking shelter and they get chatting, but the cabbie can't believe his ears when Teresa tells him he's Finlay's father.
But there is bound to be a financial and safety cost to other businesses and industries, and even health care, as TV and info addicts skive off
duty for a fix.
With more of the same tomorrow, firms are bracing themselves for a mass skive off
EDUCATION chiefs in Coventry have said they will not rule out prosecuting the parents of children who constantly skive off