Elective Home Education Resource Bank
Free and paid for downloadable resources covering a range of topics.
White Rose Maths
Downloadable planning and resources covering a range of topics.
Downloadable maths resources covering a range of topics
Oak National Academy
Nearly 10000 free lessons and resources arranged by subject.
Interactive lessons featuring some of the BBC’s biggest brands.
Free resources designed to help with learning, revision and homework
Your Money Matters
A free financial education text book written by Martin Lewis.
School Reading List
A fantastic collection of book lists for primary school aged pupils.
Video based lesson which can be filtered by age and subject.
A range of free curriculum resources from United Learning
Educational Visits UK
Filter events and attractions by age and subject.
Free GCSE Spanish resources and exam specific support.
Free online safety advice and support for families. Links to safety settings updated articles and expert advice.
Keeping Children Safe Online
Online safety advice, resources and support from one of the UK’s leading children’s charities.
South West Grid for Learning
A not for profit charity ensuring everyone can benefit from technology free from harm.
Common Sense Media
Families and teachers everywhere trust Common Sense for expert reviews, objective advice, helpful tools, and so much more.
Sue Fairhead’s website contains a wealth of information about EHE, in particular look out for the topic containing local groups.
Fiona Nicholson’s website provides a comprehensive collection of information and latest news about EHE.
Home Education UK
Mike Wood’s comprehensive collective of articles and resources to support home education.
Debbie Towns’ site contains exclusive discounts for a range of products that are used by home educators.
Find a Private Exam Centre
You can search for private exam centres at www.jcq.org.uk
You can also contact independent companies like tutorsandexams.uk.
For a more detailed look at the exam process visit the HEQA – Home Educators’ Qualifications Association Youtube Channel
Download a PDF containing our free revision guide
Enrolment of 14 to 16 Year OIds in Further Education and Sixth Form College
You can find out information about the enrolling of 14 to 16 year olds in further education and sixth form colleges at www.gov.uk
Youth Employment UK
Youth Employment UK has a free online learning programme which aims to boost skills and career confidence.
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