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ROSS MOUNTNEY Dec 2
There's a small minded myth that kids will never work - and that's exactly what it is - a MYTH!
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DoTryThis@HomeSchool Dec 5
Today we have been attempting to make some advent stars. We have used origami paper squares. Off to the art shop to buy tissue paper so we can make some to hang at the windows!
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Net School Dec 3
Last half term, our Year 6 students wrote autobiographies, which gave them an ideal opportunity to find out something about each other whilst using powerful verbs, adjectives and incorporating different senses into their descriptions. Take a look!
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Ali White Dec 5
More conflation of education and schooling when they are not synonymous. Just keep doing more of the same to protect the child warehousing model, exacerbate disaffection, compromise safeguarding & drive down 'standards'. We'll stick with thanks.
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The Learning Curve Dec 5
Mornings are my sons quiet time & then on the afternoon more activities or something for . To mark the (because transitions can be tough) we share a cup of coffee at 12. Today we are having a treat with our coffee snowy doughnuts, well it’s (almost) !
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Claire Dec 2
I was praised by a stranger in town today for home schooling my child because school isn’t for everyone. Indeed it’s not. She struggled in school but now at 10 years old she’s breezing through GCSE maths. Fix the environment, not the child.
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The Everlearner Dec 6
I am deeply proud to read and share this post. Not least because I taught this course. 😊 90% off our services for home educators.
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Jemma Lewis Dec 6
bit late but had a busy day on a youtube course. He had the right to learn without fear of violence today. Thank you to all involved he learnt so much today it was amazing
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RK Tenacious Dec 1
This week we have We have forced the failure of the mainstream system to H out of our minds and dipped our toes back into . Preserving MH is the only important thing for now.
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boldandfreeuk Dec 4
Our supplier has had to bring order dates forward to 6 December due to high demand for Christmas. If you we’re thinking of ordering a fun gift from Bold & Free, don’t delay, get your orders in now!
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Bridget Dec 6
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Lodigoyque Nov 30
Well done! But wait until she gets to school, she will be put down by system, make to fit in the box & reprimanded for being ahead of the rest. I plugged mine out by the age of 9 now & thriving . Is the education system, the best is .
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SaturdayArtClub: Basingstoke Dec 3
Throwback to when our group learnt about it involved map work, currency conversion, exchange rates, geography, maths and travel. links for real life learning!
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Karen Dec 4
Boys are on a roll this week. Their riding this afternoon was AMAZING. DS2 was his usual gloriously cocky self, and DS3 showed NO sign of nerves on a pony known for being a git.
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Home Made Education Dec 5
Great field trip out to the lovely historic village of Burford today. Ending with a mini business case exploration of the Tourist Information Centre for
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Kate on thin ice 6h
8 ways to make reading fun at home on special occasions like World Book Day but also all year round
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Anne 🍅🥦🥕🥑 2h
Please support if you can, it's a great project and resource for those who aren't able to access mainstream education. Check out this campaign via
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Everyday outdoor Oggy bears. Dec 5
Simply walking the dog. Walking for the sake of walking.
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Kate on thin ice Nov 30
Are you looking for a fun way to learn about history? Check out our review of the History Heroes card games
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Kate on thin ice Dec 2
Home education today includes making a new ham and eggs recipe with chilli flakes and other additions
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