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The Lincolnite: The rise of home education in Lincolnshire

A few days ago I was interviewed by a journalist interested in my first book: ‘Why I Started a Small School’ which tells my personal story leading to the opening of a non-fee paying small school in the 1990s - still available in paperback or as an eBook on this link: Book | Rosalyn Spencer

The article was mainly about the growth in home education in the UK – so he asked me about home educating my own children after the small school closed due to financial pressures. The article starts, however, with an excellent piece about Tammie Caplice's personal home education journey with her two children: Charting uncharted learning: The rise of home education in Lincolnshire (

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