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This website is the work of Fiona Nicholson. Fiona has given evidence to Government Committees on the subject of elective home education and can provide you with a clear up-to-date analysis of the key areas of elective home education practice and policy in England and Wales. To make an initial enquiry, please use the contact form Click here to sign up for free email newsletter.
From the EdYourself News PageFirst Successful Prosecution Illegal School
School Exclusions Review Call for Evidence
Government Response Out of School Settings
Draft EHE Guidance Consultation + Call For Evidence
Compulsory Registration Wales?
New Ofsted Inspection System (ILACS)
Welsh Safeguarding Board Report
Home Education Consultation Isle of Man
Home Education Bill, England
New Welsh EHE Guidance Published
Intervention in Inadequate LAs
Illegal Unregistered Schools
New Children Missing Education Guidance
Named Person (Scotland) Supreme Court
Increased Tracking Children Out Of School
New Statistics Special Needs Educated Outside School
Organising Events Can Affect Benefits
"Crackdown" Update from Nicky Morgan
Gave evidence to Education Committee, Westminster, September 2012 and Children Schools and Families Select Committee 2009 Government Public Bill Committee, Westminster 2010 Badman Review Conferences and Workshops Campaign Website 2007-10
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