If there was a school like this, I would seriously consider Petra attending!

This place looks AMAZING! I’m sorry I can’t reblog it, you will have to click on here to read more about it. I get so much hassle about not sending (just) 4 year old Petra to school but I have lots of great reasons why I don’t. But this school would make the homeschooling decision,  for her much harder! Those kids and parents are so lucky to have ‘Teacher Tom’!

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About homeschoolingpenny

Hi and welcome! My name is Penny and I used to live in Bahrain but In November 2012 moved to Dubai and now we live in Granada, Spain! If you want to contact me my email is pjmontford@hotmail.com. I recommend you start my blog on 'Day 1' but please enjoy whatever you dip into. 23 February 2012 marked the first day of no more school FOREVER for my two kids. Edward, who is nearly 10 had attended a variety of schools since he was very little. Petra, who is now 6, has never gone to school. On this date we decided Edward was never going back to school and Petra never would go to school. We hope to successfully homeschool from this day forward, although we would consider an alternative school as an option- if there was some amazing Sudbury or other really alternative school. Actually, I prefer the term 'home learning' than 'homeschool' because I don't like to think of school coming into our home. In fact, I hope to go further and guide/learn alongside, rather than teach, my kids using the 'unschooling' philosophy to instill a lifelong love of learning in them. We lived in the Middle East and now Spain all of which are very challenging places to home educate. This is an exciting journey that I used to blog about regularly, at first it was on an almost daily basis. Please join me on our travels and I hope we might be able to help each other out along the way. I certainly hope I can be a source of support and comfort and, in time, knowledge to all potential/presently participating homeschoolers/home educators/unschoolers. Good luck to us all! If you want to read about why I started home educating, why I pulled my son out of a 'very good' private school mid-term, how I felt at the very start and how my philosophy has evolved, please start from 'Day 1' of the blog. Please do post comments at the end of any days that you read. Your opinion is valuable and it's great to start up debate amongst other people commenting too, however old the post. Thank you for visiting homeschoolingmiddleeast.
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2 Responses to If there was a school like this, I would seriously consider Petra attending!

  1. I am an admin of the fb group Home Education/Schooling WORLDWIDE. The group is less than a month old and we have over 1,100 members from across the world. The Middle East HE families are not yet represented and we need them to be. Please could you help us to reach out? The group settings permit members to join their friends. If you could advertise the group that would be wonderful. We have families from Africa, America, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Holland, Indonesia, Ireland, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales).

  2. Join the global facebook group, “Home Education/Schooling WORLDWIDE” and connect to our entire community!
    https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=764186283670467

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