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Help with following the english curriculum and ship freight

Old Sep 27th 2011, 1:13 pm
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Hi

Second time I've posted a thread so apologies if I get the etiquette wrong!

A couple of queries. We are moving to Charleston SC at end of Dec for 3 1/2 yrs. Given we are coming back I want to help our kids by doing some extra work at home based around the english curriculum. Our kids are 5,7 and 10 and will go into the states public school system (elementary and middle). Therefore I'll need to cover primary and secondary curriculum for the UK.

Does anyone have any useful resources/websites/links which I can use.

Also we are about to book our ship freight. I have 3 quotes from
Doree Bonner international
Express Exports and Pickfords

We are not on a big corporate relocation package so need to be cost concious but also want a good job done. Have any of you got experience of any of these companies?

Thanks so much for your help
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Old Sep 27th 2011, 1:15 pm
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I would look at any of the British homeschooling websites for curriculums a quick google brought up this, don't know how useful it is http://home-ed.info/
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Old Sep 27th 2011, 1:25 pm
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Thanks for this. Will have a look.
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Old Sep 27th 2011, 2:16 pm
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The Grand-daddy of them all.. Education Otherwise

From their website;
Education Otherwise (EO) was formed by a small group of parents in 1977 and has evolved into a large self-help organisation which offers support and information to members.
We take our name from the Education Act, which states that parents are responsible for their children's education, "either by regular attendance at school or otherwise."


We used Education Otherwise resources back in the 1980s when we educated our children at home.
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