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Home school lessons at mine...

Discussion in 'Private tutors' started by martin-batten, Mar 13, 2019.

  1. martin-batten

    martin-batten New commenter

    I have a home classroom - I tutor in the evenings. I would like to offer home school lessons at mine, during the day.
    Does anyone have advice about how to support/reach parents who home school?

  2. frustum

    frustum Star commenter

    You may find that there is some sort of home-schoolers network locally.

    I think demand is often quite low, just on grounds of cost. If you're home-schooling, you've usually got one non-working parent. You probably don't do it unless you're confident of being able to teach most things at least up to KS3 level. I think a certain amount of trading of specialisms goes on between home-schooling parents, but relatively little paying for tuition.

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