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Fully Funded Lessons for Essex Home ed's age 15 to 18 years
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Hello Home Edders
Very good news! AWEHome Ed Club Waltham Abbey Essex
I am very pleased to announce that I am working in partnership with EM Skills to enable Home Educated young people to have access to fully funded exam courses. Below you will be able to see all the information. There will be an induction and information meeting for those interested in joining on Wednesday 3rd January at 10am at AWE Club Hall. To register please complete the short form here http://www.aweclub.co.uk/functional-skills/
FREE English, maths Website Design and employability lessons at AWE Waltham Abbey. For young people aged 15 to 18, living in Essex who are Home Educated.
This programme is fully funded through EM Skills (a specialist English and maths training provider) by the European Social Fund. This is a rolling programme running over a 13-week period.
Limited Places Available, starts 8th January.
There will be FREE Functional Skills English, Functional Skills maths, Customer Services, Certificate in Personal Development and Employability Skills as well as the opportunity to gain skills in the vocational subject of Website Design at AWE Waltham Abbey starting January 2018.
I have been able to form a partnership with EM Skills to enable AWE to run a 13-week rolling programme at the AWE Home Ed Club in Waltham Abbey. This opportunity gives young people the opportunity to gain qualifications and skills for free. The English and maths qualifications are tailored to suit each individual learning ability, level and style of learning.
At the end of the 13 weeks, each young person will have the opportunity to achieve recognised qualifications, which are recognised as being equivalent to a GCSE level 5.
These qualifications are recognised by colleges and employers and can be used to gain entry to subsequent courses or apprenticeships. They can use this as a standalone qualification or as a stepping stone to further their knowledge or to go on to GCSE/IGCSE study.
The young person will need to attend AWE Club Waltham Abbey every Monday, Tuesday and Friday for the full 13 weeks from 9.30 to 3/3.30pm.
Teachers are skilled specialists in supplying these qualifications with years of experience. This Fully Funded Free programme is open to all Home Educated young people age 15 to 18 and living in the Essex area, including those with special needs.
Laptops and resources will be provided for use in the classroom for the duration of the classes and programme. All exam fees are fully funded so no cost to parents at all.
Each young person will complete an assessment in English and maths at the start of the programme, this is for us to tailor a unique programme giving them the opportunity to work towards qualifications at their own personal level.
* Young person must be aged 15 to 18 years
* They must have an Essex postcode for delivery of documents and certificates
* You must commit to the full 13 weeks attending 3 days a week (Monday, Tuesday and Friday)
* There will be a fully refundable deposit to cover exam registrations and administration that will be returned to you when the young person has completed the course and volunteering
* All young people that participate must prove their progression or complete a minimum of a week’s volunteering role within four weeks of the end of the programme
AWE Exam Center
If you would like infomation about an exam center in Hackney London where AWEClub have an arrangement for private candidates to sit their exams at a cost of £95 per subject please email me firstname.lastname@example.org and I will give you more details. This is for EDEXCEL Maths and English only.
HALF PRICE OFFER for AWE Club Home Edders
I am pleased to announce that I have managed to get AWE Club families a 50% discount for ConquerComputing annual subscription.
Due to popular demand, ConquerComputing is now available through AWE Club for Home Educating family subscribers at half price £34.50 for a full year! (usual price £69.00).
AWE Group Lessons
Spaces available for January start. Subjects at KS3 and GCSE level include. Maths, English, Latin, Law, History, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Spanish Drama, Film studies and dressmaking.
AWE Subject lessons AWE club run weekly lessons in all of these subjects Maths, English, History, Law, Latin, Spanish.
AWE is a friendly easy going club where all children are accepted and respected. We do not tolerate any swearing or bad behavior so it is a lovely environment to learn in. The parents are friendly and support each other. Most stay for the day and have made long standing friendships as have the children. We always welcome new families.
I hope you have found my newsletter number 3 interesting or useful.
Welcome to our blog! I home educate my children DD15, DS12, DS9, DS7 & DD4 in Yorkshire, UK. They have never been in the schooling system and Home Ed is just part of normal family life for us! I wrote this guide a few years ago after many families began home educating and asking me many questions. I then set up this blog in January 2017 followed by my Instagram page theworldistheirclassroom Not only do we blog our Home Ed Adventure but we also collaborate with brands and companies in order to bring you some great educational product reviews, discounts and giveaways! Here are some of our favourite collaborations:-
and why did you decide to Home Educate? The
decision to Home-educate was not a simple one for us. In truth, I had never really
considered homeschooling as an option for my family. However, as my eldest son
got nearer to the school-starting age, and as I learnt more about who he was
and his own beautiful personality, I realised that traditional schooling would
not be the best option for him. So we decided to “take the plunge” and withdraw
his application for primary school and home-educate him. I know from the bottom
of my heart that this was the right decision for him. In fact, he thrived and
has done so well at home that we decided to homeschool his younger sibling too! What
kind of approach do you take? We
are trying to follow a Charlotte Mason approach, but as many of you readers will realise, learning new education philosophies takes time…time that most
home educators do not have! As such, I am trying to educate myself on Miss
Mason’s approach and implement what I learn as I go …
Over the next few weeks I will be publishing a series of guest blog posts written by people, from all walks of life, who were home educated. With my eldest, DD15, having started college this September, I thought it would be nice to hear what other young people, who were Home Educated, have gone on to do.
The questions I put forward to them were - How did you find being Home Educated? Where has it taken you and what are you doing now? and What are your plans for the future?
Today I have a lovely post to share with you from Beth, who was Home Educated.
When my mother found out about home education, my brother and I were in primary school and we weren’t very happy. It was September 2001 and I was 5-years-old, my brother 8-years old. I don’t remember how I felt when my mother took us out of school but I remember that my brother used to cry before going to school and would cry when the day was over. Of my school experience, at that age, I only remember being afraid of one of my teachers, M…