We also have several websites providing extensive information on home education, providing information on the legal aspects of educating at home, as well as resources to help parents who choose this route.

PAC-UK

Specialist Therapy, Advice, Support, Counselling and Training for all affected by Adoption and Permanency.

Children with special education needs (SEN) information from Gov.uk

Introductory information about the types of support available, assessments and statements

ACE (Advisory Centre for Education)

Provides advice and information to parents and carers on a wide range of school based issues including exclusion, admissions, special education needs, bullying and attendance.

IPSEA Independent Panel for Special Educational Advice)

Trained volunteers give free, independent advice and support in England and Wales. Issues covered include problems with schools; requesting statutory assessment; proposed statements; annual reviews; possible disability discrimination and exclusion from school.

Education Otherwise

Membership based organisation that provides support and information for families whose children are being educated outside school.

The FASD Trust's leaflet - FASD: a guide for teachers

This booklet covers what FASD is, how it affects a child in the classroom setting and some simple strategies to assist the child to learn and cope in school (small charge required).

Home Education Advisory Service (HEAS)

National home education charity dedicated to the provision of advice and practical support for families who wish to educate their childre at home in preference to sending them to school.

Schoolhouse Home Education Association

Information and support for parents/carers and young people on home education in Scotland.

Home Education UK

A celebration of families as places of education and parenting – online information for home educators, lots of suggestions for trips and resources.

Home Education Magazine

A US site with lots of resource ideas.

HE Special

Website for families who home educate children with Special Educational needs.