2014

Been a bit of a roller coaster year, we’ve chopped and changed a lot and still have changes to make but we end this year the happiest and most confident I’ve been with the way our home education is working for a long time.

I’m not going to do a big review, that is for August but I’ll see if I can manage bit of a photo review.

January - Gardens in tray and the start of small groups run from home
January – Gardens in tray and the start of small groups run from home
February - still windy.  We loved being out in the winter's storms
February – still windy. We loved being out in the winter’s storms
March brings science week
March brings science week
April had a lovely HE picnic at Titchfield Abbey
April had a lovely HE picnic at Titchfield Abbey
May and the sun arrived so splash park it was.
May and the sun arrived so splash park it was.
June and the local area came alive as we commemorated the anniversary of D-Day
June and the local area came alive as we commemorated the anniversary of D-Day
July and volcanoes were the topic, with lots of messy exploration
July and volcanoes were the topic, with lots of messy exploration
August was holiday.  But exploration continues - crafting stone tools in his cave (Solva's lime kilns)
August was holiday. But exploration continues – crafting stone tools in his cave (Solva’s lime kilns)
September took us to London for the Tate's Matisse exhibition and one of the 'book bench trails'.
September took us to London for the Tate’s Matisse exhibition and one of the ‘book bench trails’.
October and out enjoying Autumn in the Alver Valley
October and out enjoying Autumn in the Alver Valley
November was poppies, WW1 was our topic not surprisingly.  We also had a great workshop at the Royal Marines Museum.
November was poppies, WW1 was our topic not surprisingly. We also had a great workshop at the Royal Marines Museum.
December - illness was the order of the month and most things were abandoned in favour of relaxed Christmas crafting.
December – illness was the order of the month and most things were abandoned in favour of relaxed Christmas crafting.

Here’s wishing everyone a healthy and happy 2015.

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