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  • alison@sauer-consultancy.com
    Kath please let me phone you tomorrow. Give me your number and we ll go through it all. Alison Sauer Director SC Education The Sauer Consultancy Limited 9
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 4, 2012
      Kath please let me phone you tomorrow.

      Give me your number and we'll go through it all.

      Alison Sauer
      Director SC Education
      The Sauer Consultancy Limited
      9 North Avenue
      BARNOLDSWICK
      GB-BB18 6DE
      England

      Registered in England no 4302386

      Tel.      +44 (0) 1282 854 719
      Mob.  + 44 (0) 7949 445 165

      Email: alison@...

      ----- Reply message -----
      From: "bathgarden" <bathgarden1@...>
      To: <flexischooling@...>
      Subject: [flexischooling] Re: new
      Date: Sun, Mar 4, 2012 18:59


      Hi Alison,
      Thanks... I am quite anxious about approaching Headteachers and coming to
      an agreement with them. I suppose this has been fuelled by the lack of
      awareness of academic input and socialisation within home ed, so I worry
      they will make negative assumptions.
      Some questions...
      Would you advise writing to Heads, or visiting, or applying for fulltime
      and then changing to part-time actual attendance?
      Is the norm for the school to want attendance every day for a few hours or
      have people managed it for 2/3 whole days, which would be better for me?
      Can I ask for those that are flexischooling, how does the partnership with
      the school work  - do they blame you for the faults and take credit for
      achievements?! I am a bit anxious so appreciate advice, and I will approach
      them with a positive attitude!
      There are some others that are watching to see whether I can arrange
      flexischooling and they may follow-suit.
      Thank you -
      Kath



      On 4 March 2012 15:58, Alison Sauer <alison@...> wrote:

      > **
      >
      >
      > Hi Kath
      >
      > Flexischooling is very small at the moment but we are hoping to change
      > that!
      >
      > Keep in touch and if you need any help let us know.
      >
      > Alison Sauer
      >
      >
      > --- In flexischooling@..., "katherine" <bathgarden1@...>
      > wrote:
      > >
      > > Hi, quick intro..I have been home educating my young daughter for a
      > year. I am part of other HE forums.
      > >
      > > I have been seriously considering the option of flexischooling and did
      > not know if any headteachers will ever agree to it.
      > >
      > > It looks like quite a quiet forum at the mo but I think more home ed
      > single mums may consider flexischooling now.
      > >
      > > Nice to join.
      > > Kath x
      > >
      >
      >  
      >

    • bathgarden
      Hi, thanks very much, sorry for my waffling - 07783 544063, if it is off we are on a bus. On 4 March 2012 20:02, alison@sauer-consultancy.com
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 5, 2012
        Hi, thanks very much, sorry for my waffling - 07783 544063, if it is off we are on a bus.

        On 4 March 2012 20:02, alison@... <alison@...> wrote:
         

        Kath please let me phone you tomorrow.

        Give me your number and we'll go through it all.

        Alison Sauer
        Director SC Education
        The Sauer Consultancy Limited
        9 North Avenue
        BARNOLDSWICK
        GB-BB18 6DE
        England

        Registered in England no 4302386

        Tel.      +44 (0) 1282 854 719
        Mob.  + 44 (0) 7949 445 165

        Email: alison@...



        ----- Reply message -----
        From: "bathgarden" <bathgarden1@...>
        To: <flexischooling@...>
        Subject: [flexischooling] Re: new
        Date: Sun, Mar 4, 2012 18:59


        Hi Alison,
        Thanks... I am quite anxious about approaching Headteachers and coming to
        an agreement with them. I suppose this has been fuelled by the lack of
        awareness of academic input and socialisation within home ed, so I worry
        they will make negative assumptions.
        Some questions...
        Would you advise writing to Heads, or visiting, or applying for fulltime
        and then changing to part-time actual attendance?
        Is the norm for the school to want attendance every day for a few hours or
        have people managed it for 2/3 whole days, which would be better for me?
        Can I ask for those that are flexischooling, how does the partnership with
        the school work  - do they blame you for the faults and take credit for
        achievements?! I am a bit anxious so appreciate advice, and I will approach
        them with a positive attitude!
        There are some others that are watching to see whether I can arrange
        flexischooling and they may follow-suit.
        Thank you -
        Kath



        On 4 March 2012 15:58, Alison Sauer <alison@...> wrote:

        > **

        >
        >
        > Hi Kath
        >
        > Flexischooling is very small at the moment but we are hoping to change
        > that!
        >
        > Keep in touch and if you need any help let us know.
        >
        > Alison Sauer
        >
        >
        > --- In flexischooling@..., "katherine" <bathgarden1@...>
        > wrote:
        > >
        > > Hi, quick intro..I have been home educating my young daughter for a
        > year. I am part of other HE forums.
        > >
        > > I have been seriously considering the option of flexischooling and did
        > not know if any headteachers will ever agree to it.
        > >
        > > It looks like quite a quiet forum at the mo but I think more home ed
        > single mums may consider flexischooling now.
        > >
        > > Nice to join.
        > > Kath x
        > >
        >
        >  
        >


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