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Elective Home Education (EHE) - Guidance Notes for Parents

Please note:  this documentation is in the process of being revised.

'You are not alone,' says parenting charity on launch of social networking site for parents concerned about bullying.

Contact: Parentline Plus press office 
Telephone: 0151 643 0101

'You are not alone' is the message to parents concerned about bullying as national parenting charity Parentline Plus launches its new social networking site, Be Someone to Tell. 

Parent Partnership Service: see attached general information flier; to support parents with a child that has an Special Educational Needs statement or has been excluded from school.

What every parent needs to know

Advice and guidance produced by Parenting Practitioners and a Social Enterprise company in the East of England in partnership with Dr Margot Sunderland (Director of Education and Training at The Centre for Child Mental Health London), Honorary Visiting Fellow at  London Metropolitan University, and Integrative Child Psychotherapist with over twenty years experience of working with children and families. She is the author of more than twenty books in the field of child mental health, published in nineteen countries. 'The Science of Parenting' (Dorling Kindersley) won First Prize in the British Medical Association Medical Book awards 2007 (Popular Medicine section). The book is the result of over ten years intensive research on the long term effects of parent- child interaction on the brain. Margot is also Chief Executive and Founding Director of The Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education, a British accredited Higher and Independent Education College and academic partner of London Metropolitan University.

Keep your family safe

Staffordshire Fire and Rescue want to ensure that your home is safe and will provide a Home Fire Risk check and instal a smoke alarm if required - telephone 0800 0241 999.

Staffordshire County Council Elective Home Education Documentation 

Below are some documents which may provide further information. 

Tutors & Exams - Opening Learning Doors

See Home Education Flyer attached below:

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