Saturday, 22 November 2014

The NSPCC fighting for children

What's the real crime we home educators commit, as we encourage our offspring up your shops, about your high street, down your parks, and in those workshops at the local museum?

We're visible to you. But we're 'invisible to the authorities'.

Word in the 'hood is that we'll hear a little more in the news about the 'seven case reviews published since 2008'.

Then it'll be much, much more, about how 'the authorities' need a compulsory register and an ofsted home ed monitoring team.

(And just when I was a-teaching Shark, Squirrel, and Tiger how to be independent, I'm reminded in that link that really I should tell these kids how they should strive instead to be counted, bean by bean, as a global asset.)

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