Home schooling has become the norm for many families during the pandemic. But you may also want to consider it as a longer-term approach. Here’s the key information you need to know about home schooling.
When making a decision about home schooling, do lots of research to help inform your thinking. Read tips on how to approach it and look for online groups where other families can offer advice.
You can learn more about home schooling requirements from the government website. The Department for Education has guidance for parents looking to start home education. Education Otherwise offers help and advice for home schooling families.
Once you’ve reached a decision that you want to home school, this is what you’ll need to do:
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