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    This handbook serves as a practical reference for any family considering flexischooling. It also supports schools, local authorities, This is a fantastically comprehensive guide for parents and schools about flexi-schooling – the reasons for considering it, the benefits, and the practical and legal considerations.
    filexlib. Clare shares her experience of flexi-schooling her autistic son and gives her insight into a provision which combines home and school education. Sadly, many parents of autistic children will recognise the misery of ‘school morning syndrome’ and the child who comes home from that same school exhausted and unable to take any part in family social activities.
    What is Flexischooling? June 24, 2015 By Steve O’Hara Flexischooling is a unique arrangement between the parent and the school in which children are registered at school normally yet only attend part time. The rest of the time the child will be home educated.
    Parents can teach their children at home, either full-time or part-time. They should write to your headteacher before doing so. Your headteacher can refuse to allow part-time home education (i.e. flexi-schooling) but must accept requests for full-time home education. Special schools: parents will need to get permission from the local authority
    Flexi-schooling Flexi-schooling is becoming increasingly popular in the UK. It is an arrangement between a family and school where a child is registered at a school but attends only on a part time basis. The rest of the time, the child is home educated. Parents may want to arrange flexi-schooling for their children if:
    Flexi-schooling can also complement traditional schooling as it also allows students a greater choice of potential subjects: students often find they are able to study subjects via homeschooling which are not available in their current school such as Latin , Computer Science or Modern Foreign Languages such as French , German or Spanish.
    Flexi-Schooling. Flexi-schooling is a combination of home education and school attendance and may suit families at different points in their child’s learning journey. At Lancaster Steiner School we recognise that flexi-schooling can sometimes be in the best interest of the child and we are able to accommodate this, particularly for younger children.
    Flexi Schooling describes an arrangement between the parent and school where children are registered at the school in the usual way but attend school on a part time basis. For the rest of the time, the child is educated at home or somewhere of the parents choice. The number of children educated under flexi-schooling arrangements is growing Flexi-Schooling is not the same as elective home education. In the case of a child who is electively home educated, the responsibility for the education rests solely with the parent and they must provide an education which is sufficient to the child’s age, aptitude and ability. Flexi-Schooling may be requested by a parent for a number of reasons.
    The head obviously saw that this was a fantastic opportunity for my son to make progress and pushed through discussion with the LEA quickly. We began flexi schooling on a trial basis about a week or so later (we were to review in a month). We have been going ever since, everybody involved (not least my son!) entirely delighted with the arrangement.
    What is flexischooling? Flexischooling in the UK is not a legal right, but some schools do offer this option. You will need to discuss this with your school, and the decision lays with the headteacher on whether to allow it. Your child will be registered as a full-time student but will not attend the school for the full-time hours.
    To see which other schools have expressed interest in developing their own offering of Flexi-Schooling, please take a look at the List of Flexi-Schools. The best opportunities for Flexi- schooling exist with small rural schools where the challenge of unpredictable numbers is a concern; Flexi-schooling is one of the ways to keep a school viable whilst meeting the needs of families who wish to
    To see which other schools have expressed interest in developing their own offering of Flexi-Schooling, please take a look at the List of Flexi-Schools. The best opportunities for Flexi- schooling exist with small rural schools where the challenge of unpredictable numbers is a concern; Flexi-schooling is one of the ways to keep a school viable whilst meeting the needs of families who wish to

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