Here’s our plain-English guide to the law surrounding home education in the UK – it’s not as complicated as you might think!
Beginning to home educate your child is a big leap into the unknown, so how do you actually get the ball rolling? We explain how the process works in the UK.
Thinking about home educating your child in the UK? We tackle some of the burning questions.
An educational philosophy can focus your home-educated child's learning and satisfy the local authority. We explain how to put it together.
Meet a favourite author, learn to make bread, do some bug hunting or see a traditional Punch and Judy show – it's our monthly round-up of five of the best kid-friendly and educational events happening across the country in May 2016.
Many primary-school pupils in Northern Ireland and Scotland are assessed every year using InCAS tests. We explain what’s involved.
All living things have life cycles; animals produce offspring and plants produce seeds which germinate into new plants. Find out what your child learns about life cycles in the primary-school classroom, plus easy ways to support their learning at home.
Listening is a vital skill for your primary-school child, but how can you help to develop it?
Butlin’s new Astonishing Family Science Weekends are designed to give children aged six to 14 a taste of how science works in everyday life. Lucy Dimbylow visited the Bognor Regis resort with her children Tom, 10, and Katie, 5.
Metal, plastic, wood, glass... just some of the materials we use to make the things that surround us. Find out what your child will be taught about materials and their properties in KS1, then try some hands-on activities to support their learning at home.