Now that the official notes from the Stafford AEHEP meeting last month are supplemented by Tricia Farey’s notes and EO’s notes, the drawbacks – or advantages depending on your perspective – of the Chatham House Rule are becoming apparent, particularly when the meeting involves only a small number of people and their identities have become public knowledge. Continue reading
EDUCATION OTHERWISE REPORT ON AEHEP MEETING 24th April 2015
I keep being asked about different ways a meeting might be written up – prompted by the national body for local authority home education professionals [AEHEP] meeting with ‘EHE support groups’ in Stafford last month.
I thought I’d set out the pros and cons of the main options here as I see it. Continue reading
At the end of March 2015 I received a message from Matthew Brazier (Ofsted’s social care policy team) saying that Ofsted has provided inspectors with new advice and guidance about elective home education, covering the following points:
I started blogging a month ago. These are my first 20 blog posts Continue reading