Aims to ministrate and service EHE in a positive, constructive, to the point, and fun way

Wednesday, 25 November 2009

What the Ministry wants for Christmas

The Special Minister of Elective Home Education will have the partridge from the pear tree for Christmas and Freedom of Education twelve days later.

Saturday, 21 November 2009

Diverse but Powerful

The Special Minister's Sunday reflections on diversity amongst home educators: Snowflakes are diverse. Each and every one of them is a unique crystal. Soft and beautiful. But driven together in a fierce storm they take your breath away and leave you powerless.

Friday, 20 November 2009

Knight in Shining Armour

The Special Minister of Elective Home Education nominates Graham Stuart as a Special Junior Minister for his excellent inside knowledge of the People's Front of Home Education

Thursday, 19 November 2009

Muppets!

Recommendation / declaration / petition (use as suits your conviction) by the Special Minister of Home Education: Meep Badman, Balls and the rest of them!

Saturday, 14 November 2009

DCSF Abuse Alert!

The Special Minister of Elective Home Education will be informing the NSPCA of suspicions that Big Brother DCSF might be using ducks as a cover for spying on families and children, feeding Partridges rubbish, and forcing rats into domestication.

Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Leave them alone!

The Special Minister of Elective Home Education opposes the proposal that all iguana's are to be CRB checked and Ofsted inspected.

Tuesday, 10 November 2009

From one minister to another: NO!

SAY NO - BELIEVE NO - DO NO

Monday, 9 November 2009

We Don't Need No Fabian Wall

Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Special Minister of Elective Home Education wants to bring home the troops to knock down the Fabian Wall, get rid of the Voice Snatchers and resurrect our democracy.

Saturday, 7 November 2009

Naughty step for Ofsted!

State Governess Ofsted suggests that not only every home educating parent, but also every other adult involved in the child's education needs to be CRB checked before the license is granted. The Special Minister of Elective Home Education points out that, as the whole world and its population is effectively the home educated child's classroom, that might ever so slightly exceed the budget mentioned by Education Minister Diana Johnson.

Thursday, 5 November 2009

Crystal Balls for Badman

The Special Minister of Elective Home Education has heard rumours that Nektus and the NHS have been working together on supplying policy-based evidence making experts like Graham Badman, with crystal Balls to distance diagnose M√ľnchausen syndrome by proxy and other medical conditions needed to silence vociferous minorities.

Monday, 2 November 2009

YES sometimes equals NO

The Special Minister of Elective Home Education introduces Real Life Maths:
(YES to freedom in education) equals (NO to Ed Fabian Balls' DCSF)

Sunday, 1 November 2009

Badman, the surviving messenger

The Special Minister of Elective Home Education has come to the conclusion that Graham Badman probably saved his life by publishing his non-evidence based Report, as scientific experience seems to indicate that if government doesn't like the message from its advisors, it shoots the messenger.

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