One of the things that is most difficult, for me personally, as a Home Educating family, is that there is no one external to help to confirm that your children are doing OK. That they’re progressing as you’d hope. Of course, this is as much my problem as anything –…

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I wrote in a post earlier this week about our initial plans for our Home Ed journey and one of the things that I touched upon was a desire to do a nature curriculum with the children. I really want the children to have a great understanding and appreciation of…

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In just a few short weeks, we will be entering into what would have been Mr D’s Reception year in school. So, it sort of marks our first ‘official’ term of home education (although legally we will be home educating from Jan 2018 as that is the term after he…

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A couple of weeks ago a friend organised a trip to Kenyon Hall Farm. It’s a place I’ve heard of but never got round to actually visiting. It’s not too far away so the children and I packed our sunhats, suncream and a picnic and headed across to meet up…

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I’ve been a little quiet over the last week or so – mostly due to tiredness and that feeling of being overwhelmed. I’ve probably taken on a bit too much work blog-wise. It always seems a good idea to accept a campaign but then, inevitably, all the deadlines hit at…

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