Tag Archives: Child Protection Plan

my first 20 blog posts

I started blogging a month ago. These are my first 20 blog posts Continue reading

internalising the values of the oppressor

There’s an argument doing the rounds in home education at the moment which says that the freedom enjoyed by “genuine” home educators is seriously threatened by the attitude shown by “the wrong sort of home educator” from whom real home educators should seek to distance themselves at the earliest opportunity. Continue reading

Lancashire Model of Good Practice

The Lancashire elective home education [EHE] service has been radically transformed in the last few years. Lancashire has moved from being singled out in 2011 by Graham Stuart as “one of the most egregious examples” for home education services to being regarded as a model of good practice.

A number of local authorities have approached Lancashire for advice and support on how to
improve their own practice, and the Lancashire paperwork is used as a template.

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AEHEP Post 3

Launch of the Association of Elective Home Education Professionals Part 3

Second Set of Questions

  • Encouragement and validation helps families 
  • Philips versus Brown: discuss 
  • Where are our powers if there is a Child Protection Plan or a Child In Need Plan? We work with these families on a daily basis.

Second Answers
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