Quotes – with permission – from my ongoing survey of home education and special needs (closes end October 2015) Continue reading
A very common scenario emerging from my ongoing survey of home education and special needs is where a home educated child has special needs but no statement or Education, Health and Care Plan [EHCP].
This is the third post in my guide to school exclusion in order that the all-important conversations with the school and with the local authority – especially if the child has a statement of SEN or EHCP – can happen much earlier in the process. Continue reading
What home educating parents of children with SEN and disabilities told the Welsh Government Continue reading
How exactly will the Welsh home education guidance be good for children with special needs? Continue reading
It is anticipated that the regulator will be increasingly strict in enforcing proof for access arrangements and this could have a particular impact on private candidates.
Some parents have spent over £500 on a long report from educational psychologists, only for us to find that it lacked critical information and we have had to write endless letters to get this sorted. Continue reading
The House of Commons Library produces briefing notes for MPs and other interested parties, and has come up with a new paper on home education just before parliament closes down for the election period. I am guessing they may have done this because home education is a topical issue with backbench MPs being asked by constituents.