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The right to withdraw and the right to home school  


Cheeky monkey
New Member
Joined: 5 months ago
Posts: 1
21/08/2019 11:00 pm  

Hi new member here,

im going to dive right in and ask if anyone has considered using the right to homeschool a child when these lessons are taking place and then bring them back once the lesson was over? I wasn’t able to see any restrictions with regards to part home schooling.

to put it simply inform the school that when rse lessons for you child start you will be removing them for that lesson and doing some home schooling and simply return them when the lessons over.

i know it’s like a hippo not trying to wake everybody up approach but needs must!

personally I don’t want my child learning certain subjects within rse because it goes against what I believe and what I think is right!


cheeky 🐵 


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