Schoolhouse Home Education Association
A source of information for parents/carers and young people who are starting out on the home-education path, as well as those who are contemplating the idea or who just want to know more. We hope it will also provide reassurance to all families, that home education is alive and kicking in Scotland.
Home Education Guidance
Guidance to parents and local authorities on home education. Official Print Publication Date: January 2008.
Home Education & the Law in Scotland
Relevant sections of The Education (Scotland) Act 1980. From the Schoolhouse Home Education Association.
Children Educated at Home : Information for Parents/Guardians
Living in Glascow: Parents/guardians are within their rights to make a request to educate their child at home rather have them taught at one of the local authority schools.
Schoolhouse News – Latest News
Although Schoolhouse is a Scottish organisation dedicated to the needs of home educators and home educated young people in Scotland, the perspective of the News is distinctly global and contributions are encouraged from all who are committed to increasing choice and extending diversity in education throughout the UK and overseas.
An email list run by Education Otherwise for all home educators who are interested in home education in Scotland.
Scottish Home Education
We hope it will facilitate the exchange of information and ideas, improve communication throughout the home educating community in Scotland and offer help and support to all those who need it.
Scottish home-ed recycle resources
This list is for home educators in Scotland who wish to pass on or sell their now redundant resources or to post a “wanted” notice for resources. It is only open to home educating families who are genuinely recycling resources and not for commercial companies.
North Queensferry Home Education
We are families with children who are being home educated in Scotland and attend a fortnightly group in North Queensferry.
Best Selling Homeschool Books
The aim / purpose of this forum is to provide a means for these families to meet for educational and social purposes. Most of the meetings are in the Elgin and Inverness areas, ocassionally in Aberdeenshire and most recently in Dingwall. The hope is that as more people join the forum, these meetings will be more wide spread.