In this final part of our series on home education law and case law, I look at our #HomeCrazzyHome plan for handling inquiries from the local authority about the ‘suitability’ of our #RadiCoolUnschooling education.
When your #LittleHuman is #neurodivergent then basic #LifeSkills like taking trains and buses are more ‘suitable education’ than literacy and maths.
So what is a #HomeEd parent to actually do? What information should we give to Local Authorities…and when? Today is a Common Sense approach to that subject. A meeting them halfway model if you will.
Stuck in London! Again! It was a nightmare…except for Prince Cookie Monster who was so amazing with PanKwake and our #RadiCoolUnschooling adventure.
Coming into the home stretch, folks, as today we look at what resources you can be ‘reasonably expected’ to provide when ‘suitably educating’ your #LittleHuman at home.
Today, in our series on what LAs can ‘reasonably expect’ from #HomeEd parents in terms of ‘suitable education’ we look at what for me is the fuzziest to prove…opportunities for the child to be stimulated by their learning experiences. What exactly is that? How do you prove it?