Websites about Home Education (consolidated)

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SDeuchars Mon 24-May-10 18:52:29

Creating this new thread, to keep bunping up as and when needed.

Good places to find out about home-based education in the UK are:
- Schoolhouse for information about EHE in Scotland
- Education Otherwise
- HE-UK
- HEAS
- Home Education in the UK
- THENUK
- MuddlePuddle for people EHEing under-8s
- Home Education Special Needs is for families of children with SEN.
- Joyfully Rejoycing is a really good site for autonomous living and learning
- AHED is a campaigning organisation.
- Education Otherwise0 gives information about qualifications and results gained by EHE young people.
- Education Otherwise1 offers information, support and networking for home-educating families and listings for self-employed home educators in its Education Otherwise2.

Here are some EHE blogs:
- Education Otherwise3
- Education Otherwise4
- Education Otherwise5

These websites are US-based and are geared towards more structured home education:
- Education Otherwise6 is a complete curriculum.
- Education Otherwise7 provides details of a Charlotte Mason education.

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A new Yahoo email support group for parents who are home educating their child who has Special Educational Needs, or who are thinking of doing so:
home education and special educational needs

This group has links to the EHE-SEN: ELECTIVE HOME EDUCATION AND SPECIAL NEEDS FAQ ENGLAND website:
www.ehe-sen.org.uk/

If you are on FaceBook, this page has a sister page there too:
Home Educating our Special Needs Children

This is NOT a place for Journalists or Local Authority employees,-unless of course they are parents looking to home educate or are home educating parents.
It is NOT a place for people looking to sell their businesses/tutoring services to home educators.
Please do not apply to join in these circumstances.
All styles of home education are acceptable here. Please be nice.

IMPORTANT PLEASE READ:
WHEN APPLYING TO JOIN THE GROUP PLEASE INCLUDE MESSAGE INTRODUCING YOURSELF AND YOUR INTENT TO HOME EDUCATE. This way the moderators, can ensure a peaceful group in which members feel free to share. Thank you.

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tweety76 Mon 12-Aug-13 12:29:03

There are several blogs on the mumsnet blogs which can shed light on how other home educators do it. Some are autonomous and some are structured. We are semi structured as you are welcome to see on my blog(Homeschoolprestwich)

'A little Bit Of Structure' is another home educating website which offers support to those home ed parents who are a little bit structured.

Thanks

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truth66 Wed 29-Jan-14 18:25:46

Hi, any home educating families in County Armagh, Northern Ireland?

Iworrymyselftosleep Wed 29-Jan-14 18:29:41

truth I'm not far from county Armagh - border with county down. I've been keen to find other HS families in NI!

PM if you like?

jesswallbanks Tue 25-Feb-14 20:33:05

http://takingtheroadlesstraveleddotorg.wordpress.com/

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for all the newbies, oldies and those with interest

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