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A weekend camping on Brownsea Island
After a hiatus from blogging we’re kicking off with a smasher! We have just had a brilliant weekend camping on Brownsea Island in Dorset. Brownsea [...]
Spring or Winter: what’s with all the snow?
March has been a funny old month. I don’t know whether I’m coming or going! Is it spring or winter? I don’t even think the weather can [...]
Just keep swimming
We have had a very wet week, and I don’t just mean the weather. (Although all the rain has created lots of muddy puddles, perfect for jumping in!) It [...]
A New Year and New Adventures
It seems hard to believe that it’s now 2018 and we’re entering into our 4th year of home educating. We are only 2 weeks in and we already have [...]
What is learning?
What is learning? This is question that I have been thinking about a bit recently. R said to me, “I dont think I do any learning, should I go to [...]
Following our interests, A visit to Sealife Weymouth
The way we home educate mostly involves us following the children’s interests. For E most of those interests revolve around fierce animals. [...]
Medieval Jousting at Old Sarum
Yesterday we met up with some friends at Old Sarum in Salisbury for a medieval jousting event. Unlike most British bank holidays the weather was fantastic, [...]
Camp Bestival and the good ol’ British summer!
This summer we were really fortunate to win tickets for the six of us to go to Camp Bestival for the whole weekend, thanks to New Young Mum blog. The [...]
Been very busy
Apologies for being a little quiet on here, we’ve been quite busy. Throughout June we partook in the Wildlife Trusts 30 Days Wild. You may have been [...]
A rare day of home educating at home!
It’s quite amusing that home education is so called as we are very rarely actually at home, and many others say the same. Monday we were at Moors [...]