Tag Archives: home educating mom
It can’t be all about school work
I have always thought that home education can not just be about getting “school work done”, rather it is about the learning journey and nurturing a love of learning. But I will admit it is a lot easier to adhere … Continue reading
Why is home educating in January and February harder?
I have to admit that January and February are the two home educating months that I dread every year. And I think it is mainly linked to the weather (is is winter here). When winter is in full force our … Continue reading
Our sensory Christmas break
Over the years I have learnt a few tough lessons, throw out all those parenting books they are poison for parents with neurodiverse kiddos and don’t follow what every else does – you will drive yourself crazy trying to fit … Continue reading
What is the other kid doing while you do GCSE work with your oldest?
At the start of this academic year my daughter starting working on some of her GCSE (well we are actually doing the International GCSE’s) subjects. Now a lot of people had assumed that when we got to Secondary school (year … Continue reading
Why is it okay to discriminate against home educated kids?
To say I am fuming is an understatement. I spent yesterday afternoon in an email exchange with a provider who is very blatantly discriminating against kids who are home educated. I am not accepting it and I am taking it … Continue reading