Wouldn't waste a penny on EO let alone 25 quid!you are quite right Diane, i just needed you and Elaine to work your magic again. Iam ok for a while then i feel the need to get scared and question what I am doing. Y ou may find me asking for some more guidance again from time to time, tell me if i pee you off!! Elaine worked me out a good one!! I think i was just thinking my fears out loud, and i love the comparison of flexischooling to being a little bit pregnant, lmao!!!! Ordered the gatto book and free range ed one too! I am contemplating joining EO, but think it a little pricey?? £25 could go along way in the charity shop he he! Plus i thought , if the school aren't willing to working with me now why the F would they consider flexi schooling! thanks for your help and Elaine too!:hail:
SI would urge you to save your money and don't go there. :laser:I am contemplating joining EO, but think it a little pricey?? £25 could go along way in the charity shop he he!
Is it primary or secondary level? Flexi schooling is something that many parents are interested in, particularly those who have children with certain types of SEN. However, implementing it in practice is fraught with difficulty due to timetabling issues. This is more acute at secondary level rather than primary level due to the highly timetabled system in secondary schools. The only possible way to successfully implement flexi schooling is if the services your children require are very specific and few in numberhi, i wondered if anyone here flexi schools? In researching HE i have seen a fair bit about flexi schooling and the pros and cons but I wondered if anyone had any real experiences of it.thanks carly