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Taking iGCSE Exams (After World schooling, Home schooling, Unschooling)

iGCSE exams are the international equivalent of the British GCSE exams. The I stands for international, GCSE for General Certificate of Secondary Education. British kids sit them in year 11 of high school, around 15-16 years old. This is the final year of compulsory education in British schools. Kids who are worldschooled, homeschooled, or unschooled, …

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Parenting and Travel (Raising Kids on the Road)

This post is about learning to be parents on the road. How we handled parenting children while travelling, without routine, without consistency, schedule, or any of the things the parenting rule books will preach. We believe in throwing rule books out of the window. Parenting and Travel is an extract, edited, from our e-Book, The …

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Why Lockdown Made Us Stop Homeschooling

We’ve been homeschoolers a long time now. Since birth for one of my now older teens. Maybe more than homeschoolers, worldschoolers. This is where a huge and important chunk of a child’s education comes from what’s around them, the real world. It’s been an enjoyable success but Covid-19 saw us returning to teachers, set curriculum, …

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Homeschooling Science – Easy Homeschool Science Ideas in Your Kitchen

Most of us have a kitchen of some sort, right? Well, you can use your kitchen to teach your kids science every day. I don’t mean lecturing them, making notes and doing experiments that have to be written up. Just talk to them, constantly, about what is going on right in front of them, all …

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Worldschooling a 15-Year-Old Teenager

Our kids were exclusively worldschooled (homeschooled or unschooled) from junior school to the teenager years. It worked out well for all of us and we want to help you find your own paths in alternative education. Every now and then I create a blog post on how worldschooling changes with time and age. 15 years …

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Ultimate Worldschooling Ideas, Tips, Destinations and Resources

You’re here because you think travel is a great thing for your kids and you’ve heard of worldschooling and would like to try it. Right? I want to help because world schooling (worldschooling, global homeschooling, travel schooling, road schooling, nomadic homeschooling) has been my full-time job since 2012. We love learning as we travel and …

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School Days Are the Happiest Days of Your Life – Is a Lie

My dad used to say that to me when I was a kid. ” School days are the happiest days of your life”. I can see from the internet that it’s still a thing, people are searching for posts that tell them how to write an essay, speech or debate on that topic, so I …

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Homeschooling History With World Schooling

I had a conversation over drinks last night with two gorgeous young Hungarian women about the realities of homeschooling (home education, world schooling, unschooling, whatever you’d like to call it). They were totally new to the concept of education outside school and thought classrooms and teachers were the only way to get educated. They seemed …

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Best Gifts for Homeschoolers

Homeschoolers are some of the easiest people to buy for because we ( the kids and the parents) just love anything educational. We call them homeschool resources but they can be in the form of books, toys, games, sets and kits. We’ve been homeschooling ( worldschooling and unschooling) a long time with great results, these …

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