Home education Network
There are other sites out there too and various face book pages.
Your child has learnt much from you already. You might be amased at how much you can really teach. If you are prepared to put in the time chances are you can do way more good than any other as yiu know your sin and can work with him everyday.
If you work in with therapy you could be helping him immensely
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22-04-2016 12:05 #11
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22-04-2016 13:58 #12
22-04-2016 14:08 #13
Facs down many parents who home school bit have a double standard and it is not unusual for kids in care to be home schooled. So long as you tick all the boxes it should be fine
22-04-2016 14:09 #14
22-04-2016 14:21 #15
At our school there is a massive jump from prep to Yr 1 in terms of academics but also expectations of independence which would be hard to replicate at home. I think it would be hard to go into Yr 1 without having been in prep at a school.
22-04-2016 21:30 #16
Could you look into applying for an exemption to him starting school next year?
As he doesnt turn 6 till the September and has other things going on you could apply with supporting documentation from his specialists for special consideration.
20-05-2016 16:50 #17Senior Member
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I would strongly recommend homedchooling. It's the best decision I've made as far as educstion/learning and my only regret is not starting sooner.
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