Structured Home Learning - SHL

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What Does the Research Say About Homeschooling?

"A parent needs to make up their own mind regarding whether or not to homeschool their child, taking into account their child’s needs, their work/financial situation, time constraints, their ability to provide the child with what he/she needs academically, the current data, and their own instincts. But… the most concrete answer to the question of whether or not homeschooled students will suffer academically or socially is, “The research says ‘No.’”"
September 20, 2014 by Rachel Wise

Down wiv school: children are best educated at home

"This week need not be back-to-school week. Parents as well as their kids can benefit from home education"
James Bartholemew, Adam Smith Institute, 5 September 2008

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Education Otherwise

A UK-based membership organisation which provides support and information for families whose children are being educated outside school, and for those who wish to uphold the freedom of families to take proper responsibility for the education of their children

Bullying is the main reason for home educating, says survey

An article from The Guardian in which Structured Home Learning's Educational Director, Lindsay Brown, comments on a survey we conducted in 2005 of parents' motivations for home educating their children (Note: We were called Wits End Curriculum Solutions at the time).
Donald MacLeod, The Guardian, 8 August 2005

Home-Education: Aims, Practices and Outcomes

A paper by Paula Rothermel (University of Durham) presented at the Annual Conference of the British Educational Research Association
University of Exeter, September 2002

No school like home

Home education, long dismissed as a hippy option, can be 'astonishingly efficient', says a new study. Jessica Shepherd meets the children who don't go to school
The Guardian, 19 August 2008