In my school community, some parents are wondering why they're paying school fees at all given it’s the parents delivering the curriculum. What does that remaining 70% get them? Some parents are getting used to schooling from home and they like it. Others are wondering if they’re getting value-for-money. What was a fairly coherent narrative around what the school delivers and why we’re sending our kids there is rapidly fragmenting and new expectations are forming. The longer this goes on, the more divergent people’s views will become, and the more radical the adaptation required of the school and its teachers to remain relevant (and solvent).