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Carolyn, read this: http://www.home-education.biz<br />
and then tell me the NSPCC is anything but a bunch of rent seekers. Sorry, I find them an utterly detestable organisation, masquerading as protectors of children. Moreover they are not really a charity, as a huge chunk of their money comes from the government. The fact that 99,412 'like'their plug only shows how they con people.
See also this: http://www.facebook.com/#!/nspcc