Sentence to think about :  'Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children'.
   ( Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948, Article 26.3 )

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In celebration of

 

International Freedom in Education Day

 

London Home Educators invite you to our

 

Not Back To School Picnic

 

Coram’s Fields

 

93 Guilford Street, London WC1

 

www.coramsfields.org

 

14 September 12 - 5pm

 

Sports Games Face-painting

 

Craft activities



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HOME EDUCATION IS ON THE RISE!

WONDERING WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT?

…Come to THE HOME EDUCATION FAIR

2010!


The Home Education Fair is a terrific opportunity to find out all about home education: how it works, meet other home educating parents and children, find out what researchers say about it and meet young people who were home educated all for free!

Saturday 18 September  2010
1-5pm

Westbourne Grove Church,
Westbourne Grove

London W11.

Entrance: Free

Contact : Leslie Barson
Tel: 020 8969 0893
Homeeducationfair@hotmail.com

There will be talks by practitionersin in the field of home education, workshops on various areas of home education, such as how to begin and GCSEs, and a panel of young adults who were home educated will talk about the experience. Plus there will stalls of national groups such as Education Otherwise, Choice in Education, and Home Education Advisory Service offering information, books and leaflets - including details of the many home education groups across London and the South East.

Children can enjoy craft activities in the play area while home educated young people will keep everyone supplied with tea and home-made cakes.

You can also chat informally with long-term home educators and home educated young people - who better to give you an understanding of what life outside the school system is like?

Whether you are thinking about home education for your own family, or just want to know why more and more families are choosing it, you’ll find it all at the Home Education Fair.

Saturday 18 September  2010
1-5pm

Westbourne Grove Church,
Westbourne Grove

Notting Hill, London W11 2RW. (corner of Ledbury Road and Westbourne Grove)

5-10 minutes walk from Notting Hill (Central, Circle)

Entrance: Free

Contact : Leslie Barson
Tel: 020 8969 0893
Homeeducationfair@hotmail.com


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