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Thursday, 31 December 2009

Blue Moon

On this special New Year's Eve, with a rare full, eclipsed and blue moon in the sky, the Special Minister of Elective Home Education wishes everyone a New Year full of positive and powerful changes. And our resolution is that we will be the changes we want to see in this country, in this world.

Thursday, 24 December 2009

We wish you...

The Special Minister of Elective Home Education wishes everyone the same as ever: The freedom to be happy in your own preferred way, respecting everyone else's individual choice.

Wednesday, 16 December 2009

CRB Checks for Roboliticians

The Ministry of Elective Home Education is proposing compulsory CRB (Certified Real Birth) checks for DCSF ministers and other officials, after worrying rumours that the Department may be infiltrated by an army of clones and droids, who are using reviews, reports and inquiries to cover up human rights and democracy. Subjects failing this CRB check will be deported back to their planet or lab of origin.

Monday, 7 December 2009

The Final Petition

The Special Minister of Elective Home Education petitions the people of the UK to petition the Prime Minister to petition the government not to use the number10 e-petition site as yet another place to publish their pre-fabricated propaganda.

Sunday, 6 December 2009

Dirty Tricks

The Special Minister of Elective Home Education declares 'dirty tricks' to be the politically correct term for the government's tactics of harassing and vilifying home educators.

Friday, 4 December 2009

Evidently better than Badman!

The Special Minister of Elective Home Education wishes to draw the DCSF's attention to what a clearly written, well referenced and researched document looks like, and urges that they respond with as much clarity, care, intelligence and attention.

Thursday, 3 December 2009

Recommended: Review of Ofsted

The Ministry of Elective Home Education's team of experts suggests that when OFSTED get over their obsession with TEACHING they might begin to find out how and why people LEARN. Until then they will continue to FAIL.

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