We’ve been home educating for a little over 2 years now. When we started I had an idea of what home education would be like in our family.  I had the National Curriculum saved to my computer, topics planned, resources found, worksheets printed …. and that lasted all of[…]

Today I have another guest post from my husband Stonelaughter! This is the second of two he’s written about some home ed activities he and the children took part in – this time, planned and delivered all by himself 😉       Bridgnorth When I was a kid,[…]

One of the things we have always known about Bean, ever since he started school is that he doesn’t like to write. He can write, and well (not necessarily neatly, especially since he is left handed) but he doesn’t like to.  At school, he would do written work[…]

As you may know, my husband Stonelaughter has a flute workshop at the back of our garden. The flutes he makes are wooden, so it’s full of wood, wood shavings, sawdust, wood working tools …. you get the picture. There are often offcuts of wood sitting about waiting[…]

Today I have a guest post ….. from my husband Stonelaughter! This is the first of two he’s written about some home ed activities he and the children took part in. Over to him ….       RAF Cosford Bean and I went to RAF Cosford museum[…]

One thing we’ve found over the last (almost) year of home educating is that the number of opportunities for getting involved in things far outstrips what we were expecting. There are all kinds of groups going on locally, which mean that the children can do things they might[…]