Our private family forums include a home education activities and events section in which HEF members may post details of, and ask about, local activities and groups as well as one-off activities and events.
We are in the process of compiling a list of links to local home education groups and special interest groups, so please contact us with details of any groups we should include here. Some of the following link to dedicated websites, while others link to yahoogroups or mailing lists to which access may be restricted.
Croydon Home Ed (yahoogroup)
IW Home Ed (Isle of Wight Home Educators) Facebook group
Kingston Happy Learners Home Education Co-op (Facebook page)
Nnott-sheep Home Education Group (North Nottinghamshire)
Otherwise Engaged (Shropshire & West Midlands Home Education)
Rotherham Home Education (with links to Barnsley and Sheffield home ed groups)
South London HE (google group - membership must be approved)
South West Home Education (Somerset, Devon, Dorset)
South Yorkshire Home Educators (SYHEC) yahoogroup
Staffordshire Home Education Links:
Home Education Staffordshire - an informal network of home educators in Staffordshire, providing information, support and signposting to local groups and events.
HE Staffs - a local resource covering home education in Staffordshire.
Taunton Home Education Group - includes useful links to HE groups and mailing lists in the South West
The Otherwise Club (London)
West London Home Educators - including Middlesex
Schoolhouse is the national Scottish home education support organisation.
Kidcrusaders - Dundee and surrounding area
There are various home education groups in Scotland which either do not have a public web presence or prefer to share information and contact details via our private Scottish Home Education forum. These include North Queensferry, Glasgow, Falkirk and East Kilbride.
Catholic home educators
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