Home education resources for GCSEs

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Home educating at KS4 KS4 is the new way to describe the GCSE years of education in England. GCSEs can certainly be undertaken by home educated children, and can actually offer a more flexible and appropriate way for them to tackle these important exams. It’s worth checking your child actually … Read More

Education is everywhere

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Nature’s benefits for children Many of today’s children are becoming disconnected from nature. Only ten percent of our sons and daughters are spending daily time outside according to The Nature Conservancy. For parents of expat children, this can be a disheartening revelation because our kids are not experiencing the beautiful, … Read More

Homeschooling resources for the US curriculum

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Home education resources for kindergarten and elementary age kids The number of parents in the US who are deciding to take their kids out of school is rapidly on the up. In 1999, homeschoolers made up a tiny fraction of the population, with an estimated 850,000 children being educated at … Read More

Home education resources

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8 top resources for home schooling Getting started on home educating your child can be a daunting prospect. Trying to think of educational activities and things to do each day is enough to give any loving parent a bit of a wobble from time to time. But don’t panic, because … Read More

Home educate with games

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Add more math into your child’s life with these games The rules for homeschooling in different countries can make it difficult to educate your child the way you want to, but that doesn’t mean that you cannot educate them at home at all. If you want to introduce concepts to … Read More

Home education for expats

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Home schooling has become an increasingly popular option Holland Park’s Tuition Manager and Lead Home Schooling Programmer, Chloe Godsell, writes of the increasing prevalence of flexible home schooling. Home Schooling is becoming increasingly popular in the UK and around the world. With a number of flexible options, home schooling has … Read More

Home-school your bilingual child

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Send to school or home-educate? Oh my! What am I doing? Non-native mum seeks to raise her kids bilingually (ESP-UK) at home!? The letter has come back from my eldest son’s school to offer my youngest a nursery place. It was a small Christian school, a safe and friendly environment, … Read More

What kind of school is best for an expat child?

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School options for expat kids Suzi Dixon of the Telegraph breaks down the different educational options available for children brought up outside the UK. A school with a British curriculum According to the Council of International Schools (CIS), an estimated 2,000 schools claim to offer a British curriculum abroad. They … Read More