Last year we managed to get some super cheap train tickets to London so the five of us headed down there for a couple of days. The children had an absolute ball so when I saw the offer on again, I was quick to snap up tickets for us. We…

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I love the freedoms that Home Education brings – I love that it means I can book trips away with the children without worrying about dealing with school, I can make the most of the good weather (if it ever arrives!) and I get to experience things with the children…

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In a rather serendipitous way, we have had a number of different projects and areas of work all turn to looking at Egypt over the last week or so. I’d like to say it was all good planning on my part, but in reality, it wasn’t – just a happy…

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This is a collaborative post I don’t know about you, but I am so over the winter – it seems to have been a never-ending season! I am really looking forward to spring and summer and getting some of the real benefits of Home Education. Summer seems to be so…

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When I was younger my school set up penpals – I ended up with various penpals but there was only one where we exchanged letters for a substantial amount of time. She lived in Alabama and it must have been a good few years of exchanging letters. I still remember…

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