Small spent most of Tuesday expanding his understanding of RPGs. Every now and then he needed to regroup and spent some time back with CBeebies, mainly on tikkabilla :) He got lots out of fusion fall, and then eventually, I dragged him out of the house for his swimming lesson. That meant that we … [Read more...] about Swimming and MMORPG
home education review
Hi I am writing to express my concern at the statistics used to inform Graham Badman's review of home education, released 11 June 2009. The review can be found here as a free download. and the particularly disturbing section, on which the vast majority of the call to action and most … [Read more...] about Complaint to The UK Statistics Authority
The introduction of a compulsory annual visit by a health visitor or trained advocate is suggested to ensure that the most at-risk children (about 68 per cent of cases involved children from birth to four) can express concerns to a professional. No, it's not scaremongering or thought provoking … [Read more...] about Next, the under fives.
Tonight I am feeling betrayed and let down by a man who in all reality has no responsibility to me at all. Lord Lucas has placed an amendment against the Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Bill as follows: 311 Insert the following new Clauseâ€” "Support for home … [Read more...] about Democracy in action?
Lord Lucas asks To ask Her Majesty's Government whether, as required by the Code of Practice on Consultation, they have published an impact assessment to accompany the "Registration and Monitoring Proposals" consultation following Mr Badman's report on Elective Home Education; and, if so, whether … [Read more...] about Home education review, what can we do now?