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How Have Parent-Teacher Relationships Changed?

The importance of strong parent/teacher relationships A strong relationship between parent and teacher is essential to the success of a child’s education. It has always been an influential factor in a good education, although the parent/teacher relationship has changed over time. Parents benefit from being involved in their child’s education by getting ideas from school … Read More

Interactive Map of Home Education Across England

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google+Share on Linkedin We’ve created an interactive map which shows the ratio of children between the ages of 5-16 years old which are home educated in their respective local authorities*. View the map in full screen   The southeast tops the charts for the highest concentration of home educated … Read More

What is Flexischooling?

Flexischooling is a unique arrangement between the parent and the school in which children are registered at school normally yet only attend part time. The rest of the time the child will be home educated. There is no curriculum that parents must follow when they are educating their children at home, but the children must … Read More

Making The Most Of Technology For Revision

We’ve come a long way since the days of reciting passages to class by rote and learning by writing out lines from a textbook. There is an incredible array of technology at our fingertips, that creates a space for individually tailored learning, in a way that we haven’t had access to before. When it comes … Read More