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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 PageNSPCC Update
Dylan Seabridge Case
Changes to Pupil Registration Regulations
Out of School Settings
Government Crackdown on Home Education?
Illegal Unregistered Schools
New Page EHCP Transfers
Ofsted and Home Education
Association Elective Home Education Professsionals
DfE Letters to LAs
Home Ed Numbers 2005-2014
New SEND Code Practice
14-16s College Funding
Gave evidence to Education Committee, Westminster, September 2012 and Children Schools and Families Select Committee 2009 Government Public Bill Committee, Westminster 2010 Conference Presentations Regional workshops for home educators Previous Work with Education Otherwise including Freedom for Children to Grow, the EO Campaign Site (2007-2010 archive)
Interviews for Woman's Hour, Today programme, Learning Curve, Radio Five Live, Guardian, Times Educational Supplement, Independent, Daily Telegraph, Children and Young People Now and the Sunday Express.
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