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Mr God – Do You Have a Personality?

from A Healer's Story

Why do some children struggle at school? Could they be Highly Sensitive, Highly Creative, Highly Intuitive, Highly Intelligent . ..or all 4?

Jeanne de Montbaston: Reading Medieval Books

A Horcrux Theory of Chaucerian Manuscript Transmission

from Jeanne de Montbaston: Reading Medieval Books

Twitter: @LucyAllenFWR

Blogging about feminism, women's history, and how the past can help us understand the present.

The Mother of all...

The pain of UCAS personal statements

from The Mother of all...

Twitter: @NancyMcLardie

A blog about helping two teenage boys to strike out on their own. Advice about subject choices, careers, work experience, exam time and more


What's Your 'Third Place'?

from KJ Gracie

Twitter: @ktdesigns

Katie is twentysomething mum of two who homeschools her children. Follow her to find out how her family copes with moving from the Lake District back to 'civilisation'.

World Travel Family

Old Capital Bike Inn Bangkok Review

from World Travel Family

Twitter: @worldtravelfam

Travel, parenting and homeschooling blog. We were based in Australia, now in Twickenham, with 12 months of non-stop family travel in between


Dyslexia and Memory

from Learning Specialist Materials

Reviews assistive technology, multisensory educational materials, learning strategies, help for dyslexia executive functioning and more.


Book Recommendation: How To Raise An Adult

from How To Raise A Happy Genius

Information to help parents raise children who will develop into happy, successful adults.

NDCS Campaigns

Cast a spell on the inspectors…

from NDCS Campaigns

Twitter: @NDCS_UK

The National Deaf Children's Society's Policy and Campaigns Team blogging about our work.


Hello Again - glad to be back!

from tinyfeetandbluebirds

Parenting, homeschooling, crafting, making, living. Writing about it all.


Halloween Fun

from Life, Love and Literature

Sarah's another mother trying to do it all: work, study, run a home... and home educate her two sons. Read on to find out about their journey through education... without school