Monthly Archives: May 2014

A perfect day

Last Thursday was as close to perfect as a homeschooling day can be. I went out with Drama King to a Sydney Symphony concert at the ABC Centre in Ultimo. I think it was aimed at KS3 children (Years 5 and 6, or … Continue reading

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Early mornings and relentless responsibilities

Last night I had three children in my bed all night. (I assume my husband was on the sofa, although I didn’t bother getting up to check.) This morning I praised the choice that I had made to home educate … Continue reading

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Resources Part 2. Science and Technology, HSiE, PDHPE and individual projects

Science and Technology Everyone: Open University textbooks for the S103 Introducing Science course. These are left over from when I used to teach for the Open University. (The course has been superseded by S104 Exploring Science.) I don’t necessarily get … Continue reading

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