UK Home Education Resources to assist you in educating your child at home.
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United Kingdom Home Education Resources
Live, virtual classrooms for your child. Our teachers are qualified, experienced, police-checked. We follow the British National Curriculum, and also offer bespoke courses and private lessons.
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Dr Paula Rothermel AFBPS C.Psychol. An Educational Psychologist and specialist in home-education. Cases where she may be of assistance involve Divorce, Local Education Authorities and Social Services.
Based in the UK. We provide an individualised high school education, in the classic British tradition, for English speaking Students of any culture, ages 10 – 18. Classes are normally limited to a maximum of 15 Students.
Home education in the UK
Many people in the UK do not realise that British home education (known as ‘homeschooling’ in the USA) is legal, and becoming more popular all the time. Although laws in the four countries of the UK (England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales) are not the same, home education is legal in all of them.
Home Education Resources
A group to find and promote resources for home educators. Primarily for families in the UK, links to sites and resources can be international.
Home Schooling: A British Perspective
Most notably, it was the custom of the Kings and Queens to have their children educated at home. Indeed, the children of Her present Majesty are the first in the Royal Family to have attended any school. She was herself educated at home by private tutors. By Sean Gabb, University of Buckingham.
Oxford Home Schooling
A division of Oxford Open Learning. For families embarking on Home Schooling GCSEs. Our tutors will not simply wait for you or your child to contact them but they will contact the Student on a regular basis to offer advice and encouragement every step of the way.
A progressive, co-educational, residential school, founded by A. S. Neill in 1921, where classes are optional and rules are determined by the students.