I still get a fair few contacts via social media about home education, so I thought it was probably time for a bit of an update on where we are, how we're doing and what it looks like these days. Also, I was inspired by Adele over at Beautiful Tribe who wrote a beautiful post about resetting … [Read more...] about Home education, how's it looking these days?
We went out and about today, and bought stationery for the new not-school year that's fast approaching. None of this terminology makes much sense. As I've said, we've drifted into an unschooling lifestyle where there's really not a lot of division in the day between overtly educational activities … [Read more...] about On not going back to school. Staying at not school?
I tweeted the other day about how Tigerboy was enjoying a trial on Doodlemaths and someone replied to ask if that meant we didn't have holidays. And the honest answer is, we don't, really. Over the years, we've drifted from a more structured home education approach with some very obvious curriculum … [Read more...] about Why we home educate in the holidays
Today in the post I got a form from college - additional information for home educated students. There was a little box headed up "brief reason for home education". Brief? You want me to summarise how we came to home education briefly? There were a couple of years of research that spun off reading I … [Read more...] about Brief reason for home education.
It's Monday morning, and all over the country children aged from 3 or 4 upwards are heading to nursery, school, college, what have you. Education, after all, is compulsory. There are lots of different schools out there. Mainstream, special, private, academies, and lots of different ways of educating … [Read more...] about 100 ways to home educate – launching a blog hop.