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Beginning to home educate your child is a big leap into the unknown, so how do you actually begin?

We have put together some helpful guides for Parents/Carers and Students. These guides may be useful for parents in considering how they could support their children’s education

What a typical day should look like

Below you will find timetables we have put together for each year group which have been designed to help you to keep a school like structure. You should dedicate 45 minutes to each subject. There is then a 15 minutes break for you to move away from the computer to give your eyes and brain a break.


We have created a dedicated section to help support your child’s home reading. Click any of  the buttons below to see resources designed help your child love reading from home.

Many of our students began reading books with their form, during ‘Read Aloud’ sessions.  Below is a list of the books form groups were reading, should you wish to source them and continue reading them at home.

Accessing eBooks

‘Sora’ by Overdrive is our exciting new digital reading platform. Sora will enable our students to be able to access a collection of over 2000 eBooks and audiobooks from home, for free. Students can access the collection by downloading the ‘Sora’ app or visit the web version.

Below you will find a link to  a Numeracy support booklet designed to help you to support your child with Numeracy.


Additional resources

Below you will find links to supplementary resources from BBC Bitesize, Oak National Academy and The Education Endowment Foundation. They have new lessons for students every weekday, with videos, activities and more. The EEF offers additional support to Parents/Carers.