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UK Support Groups For Homeschooling

United Kingdom Home Education Support Groups

UK support groups can help you find others who home educate in the United Kingdom so you can have fun and make new friends.

UK London Home Education Groups
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London-specific homeschool support groups have their own page. Other cities and areas of the UK are below.

Bath Home Education
A forum for everyone in Bath & NE Somerset who is home-educating their children.

Brighton & Hove Home Educators
An online social and support group for home educating families in Brighton & Hove (UK) and surrounding areas. The group aims to publicise, complement and support all the existing groups and networks in the area.

Welcome to EAHEN, here for the sole use of home educating families in the East Anglia region, the purpose of which is to allow the easy networking for home educators (whatever your educational approach) over the region as a whole. We are independent from any other HE group, national or local.

EO Northumberland
Northumberland is a large county and there are lots of things to do and interesting places to go, but many other areas are easily accessible too, so we hope to forge and foster links with home educators in neighbouring regions such as County Durham, Tyne and Wear, Cumbria and the Scottish Borders. Home educators in these areas are very welcome to join this group too.

Fareham and Gosport Education At Home
Group events information and support for ‘FareGosHE’ members, a group of Home Educators in the Fareham and Gosport area, Hampshire, UK. This is a group with a Christian ethos, all are welcome to join subject to meeting a group member to establish genuine good intentions.

Forest Row home educators
We are an eclectic group of over a hundred home educating families living in and around Forest Row. Among us we cover a whole spectrum of different ways of educating our children and here is the place that we support one another and keep informed about what is going on.

Gloucestershire Home Education
There is a large network of home educators in Gloucestershire. There are regular social meetings in Gloucester, Cam, Chedworth, the Forest of Dean and Stroud. There are also more focussed regular meetings specifically for home educators around the county including art classes; games lessons; dance classes; circus skills among other things. As well as these regular meets, local home educators often arrange group visits to places like museums.

Hastings Home Education Hedge
We are a group of parents, who, for various different reasons have chosen to Home Educate our children. Whether you knew this was your chosen path, or your children have not been suited to school, or you are considering Home Education, we are open to all. Our weekly Hall meets are based in Hastings, St Leonards.

Home Education Centre
In Chard. A voluntary group supporting families who educate their children outside the mainstream system. It was set up and is managed by home educators. Based in the southwest, the centre has registered members from Somerset, Dorset and Devon. We work in partnership with other organisations to improve the communications network and raise the profile of alternative education.

Home education East Sussex
This group is for the discussion of all matters relating to home education in or near to East Sussex. Anyone with an interest in the subject matter (and prepared to be respectful towards all members) is welcome to join.

Home education West Sussex
The purpose of this ‘closed’ group, Home Education, West Sussex, is for home educators to discuss policy and behaviours of LAs as well as support each other regarding the law. The ‘secret’ group, Home Educating in West Sussex, is for general support, chat and meetings and is joined by invitation. For more information please ask.

Home Education Exeter
We are a group of home-educating families from in and around Exeter, Devon. We meet every Friday for socializing, craft activities, mutual support and free- play. We are always open to new members and welcome children of all ages, including under fives.

Home Education Norfolk
HENs is a central place to source and share information, find out whats going on locally, ask questions, a resource to be shared amongst ourselves and a place to talk.

Home Educators in Wiltshire
This group was created as a place to offer help and support for Home Educators in and around Wiltshire; this is a space for families who have chosen to Educate their children ‘other than at school’ – also known as Elective Home Education.

Home educators High Wycombe
An Education Otherwise Group for all Home Educators (you don’t have to be an EO member) in and around the High Wycombe area. We have families from Loudwater, High Wycombe, Marlow, Beaconsfield, Princes Risborough, Wendover, Chalfonts, Aylesbury and beyond.

Jersey Home Education Group
Currently (2016) a 31 family-strong-group, but is indeed a group that is growing quickly. Our home-ed experience runs from 15 years of home educating, to just recently started home-educators.

South Devon Home Education
We are a friendly, informal group of home educators with children of all ages that meet in South Devon. Our groups are open to all home educating families and we come together to share ideas and support each other. We aim to keep costs as low as possible.

Worcestershire Home Education Group
A group of home educators who meet for workshops, support and fun in and around Worcestershire.

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