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Flexischooling available at Dean Barwick Primary

At Dean Barwick School we value every individual equally, and are committed to providing the best education within a caring, family atmosphere. The school has close links with

Stoney Middleton Primary School – Flexischooling

Further to our prior posting regarding flexischooling at Stoney Middleton Primary  headteacher Andrea Tomlinson has been in touch and forwarded a promotional poster. Please share this link and

Reimagining FE 2017 Conference: Transformation

Reimagining Further Education: Transformation 

Wednesday 21st June 2017, 9:00am-4:30pm, Birmingham City University

Overview of the conference: On 21st June 2017, Birmingham City

Flexischooling – Stoney Middleton Primary School

Flexischooling is available at this small school (currently 12 children) Stoney Middleton C of E Primary School is really rather unique. Small numbers on roll mean personalised learning

Alternative Educational Futures – Learning Exchange Event 25th March

Get your educational fix! Spend a day with the Centre for Personalised Education exploring education from alternative perspectives.

25 years of Home-Based Education: Reflections on a generation of home education

Educational Heretics Press

NEW Kindles

A growing selection of our most popular titles are available in Kindle formats.

Latest Publication:

Regulation: An Anathema to Self-Directed Education – Mike Wood

Mike Wood author, researcher and publisher at Educational Heretics Press has announced his input theme at The Centre for Personalised Education Alternative Educational

Book Review: Daddy do my hair? Hope’s Braids.

Title: Daddy Do My Hair? Hope's Braids

Author: Tola Okogwu

Genre: Children (interest level 3+, reading level 5+)

Journal 24 Autumn 2016

Contents. Home and (Sometimes School) are where the Heart and Head Are. Nigel Rayment A 'Painful Kind of Exclusion'. Clare Lawrence Self Managed Learning Made Difficult. Dr Ian Cunningham Steiner Waldorf Education: A New

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