Cooking pancakes with Love at Home Education.

This was provided to us free to review! I love cooking as you all know, so it makes it amazing to find a curriculum that shares this enjoyment for us all to do together. If you saw my last post Cooking scrambled egg you would of seen that our girls are at different stages. EvenContinue reading “Cooking pancakes with Love at Home Education.”

How home educated children are treated different to public school children?

Since home educating our girls and deciding they will not be returning to school, I have noticed how they are discriminated against. Yes, I used the term discriminate, because sadly they are. This is when we go out and about, or even family and friends. The first way is people believe as a parent weContinue reading “How home educated children are treated different to public school children?”

How to deal with social services?

So, we have not been shy with sharing our social services story. Check here for our YouTube vlog on our story. I feel it’s important that not everyone is afraid of social services. Sadly there is occasions that I know of children either in foster care or close to being in foster care. This includesContinue reading “How to deal with social services?”

What is positive about homeschooling/home education in the UK?

When people think about homeschooling they often straight away mention all the negatives. There is really not many negatives. In our home we really enjoy homeschooling and it suits us all. 1. Trips out We love going out on trips, when we go to a play ground or a museum. These can be a lotContinue reading “What is positive about homeschooling/home education in the UK?”

Cambridge Museums

If you follow us on YouTube, a couple of weeks ago we went to Cambridge to visit some museums. None of us realised just how many museums Cambridge had, but we visited only 3 of them. The first one we visited was Sedgwick museum, this was extremely interesting. First walking in the girls got soContinue reading “Cambridge Museums”