A combination of a comment added to this post, and calls to boost the promotion of this petition has led me to think this blogroll might be good plan - it equally might not, but nothing ventured nothing gained - please spread the word and get as many home education blogs on this roll as possible, both to show that we are keeping on keeping on, and that we will continue to defend our rights.
Please scroll down for the blogroll :)

Thursday, 8 April 2010

What's next? Well keep on keeping on of course! ;o)

There is a lot of talk at the moment of the election and how best to use your vote to ensure that Labour are voted out. If Labour are re-elected, there is little doubt that the CSF Bill will be reintroduced. Ed Balls is not a happy chappy at the moment, and I don't think for a second that he is the sort of person to let things go!
My own personal feelings on that are here, but I don't think it is my place to try and influence how others will use their votes.

Wednesday, 7 April 2010

☺☻☺☻☺Happy Happy ☺☻☺☻☺

It's here, IN WRITING :)

"...some key provisions have been taken out because no agreement could be reached between the Government and opposition parties...
  • Registration and monitoring of home education ..."
I know it's only the battle, and not the war, but Happy Happy anyway and today is definitely a day for celebrating

Monday, 5 April 2010

'Wash up' it is then...

"Gordon Brown will announce on Tuesday morning that the general election will, as expected, be held on 6 May, BBC political editor Nick Robinson says".... so one way or another the fate of the CSF Bill and all it's clauses will be decided this month... read more here

Friday, 2 April 2010

Feeling cautiously optimistic

To be honest I have felt like everything has been in a somewhat precarious limbo since the CSF Bill went to the Lords. It's all gone a bit quiet, but that doesn't mean it's gone away. However, reading this today in the TES gives us some hope (I hope!)