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PostSubject: Home schooling   Sat 22 Apr - 15:53

Do you agree with home schooling.Would you say that a child learns more by mixing with other children or..can be distracted
Also should children be taught about religions of other countries(please don't make this a religious debate)
Do you think you could instill in your child the rights of others.





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PostSubject: Re: Home schooling   Sun 23 Apr - 2:20

For me sheka i believe that parents should take more of an important roll in their childrens education and not leave it upto the schools ..we can't rely on the schools as they have a class full of different children with different levels of learning ..i sat with my children everyday and taught them every subject including taught them about the world around us even though i worked i still found time.. i do agree that we should educate our children on religion and culture too
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PostSubject: Re: Home schooling   Sun 23 Apr - 22:55

I wish I had had the skills to home tutor our son rather than send him to school.
When he went to Infant school, together with the learning we did at home, he was usually top of the class in numbers and spelling and ahead in most subjects.
Then he went to Junior (middle) school and I swear he came out knowing less than when he went in. Which obviously left him struggling in Senior (high) school.
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PostSubject: Re: Home schooling   Sun 23 Apr - 23:42

The way even teachers are now, it is really not safe to send a child to public school. Besides, they can learn a lot by doing things and living things the child would ordinarily just read about
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PostSubject: Re: Home schooling   Sun 28 May - 20:02

I don't think I would have enjoyed being home schooled myself: I might have learned more, but I would have been deprived the opportunity to meet my best friends. In fact, since I didn't (and still don't) socialise very much in my spare time, I don't think I'd have had that many friends at all!
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PostSubject: Re: Home schooling   Mon 29 May - 0:09

Thank you to all who have replied.It is very interesting reading your views.

I agree with most of what you have all said.

Kyng I agree with you as far as making friends,by being in a classroom you do get to know lots about the way other children live.
Kiki I also see your worry about sending children to public schools.

Bat I see your point to some children do learn more from their parents is that because we as parents want our children to learn for their sakes rather than kudos for the teacher.

Bunnykins I agree with what you said about parents taking more of a role in teaching their children rather than thinking ,well they go to school let the teachers do their job.I believe that teaching a child is not just teachers job but parent to,If you have a full time job which takes you away from the home say two /three times a week,maybe you should consider wether you should be parents.I know we have to work if we want a nice home and buy nice things for our children,but we still need IMO to be able to spent enough time most days to teach our children ,not just maths,reading exct but about the world not just the one we live in but all over the world and teacher children there are people that maybe aren't as lucky money wise /health wise as they might be.Most young children don't notice that somebody has only one leg(this is just and example) or worse,but if this is not taught by parents that this is the way of life for some ,this is where predujice of any kind starts to creep in as a child gets older.
Ok sermon over,but thank you for reading and if you want to comment please do.





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