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Podcast episode: Finding flexibility in education and school – what is possible?


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Podcast episode: Finding flexibility in education and school – what is possible?

We chatted with Sarah Sudea, founder of Finding the Flex. We discussed flexischooling – what it is, what the benefits may be to everyone involved, and what it can look like in a school. We also talked about other ways to be flexible with a child’s schooling, such as when they start in Reception.

You can listen here.

Sarah also shared some useful links for more information:

Centre for Personalised Education for information leaflets and parent testimonies https://www.personalisededucationnow.org.uk/testimonies/ 

Relationships Foundation report on benefits of flexischooling 'Flexi-schooling children with special educational needs and disabilities' https://relationshipsfoundation.org/blog/flexi-schooling-must-be-a-widely-recognised-option-for-uk-pupils/

Flexischooling Families UK on facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/flexischoolingfamilies/ for leaflets and support for parents when approaching schools to ask for flexischooling

Sarah’s website – https://www.findingtheflex.com/

Sarah’s linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarah-sudea b80138264/?originalSubdomain=uk


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