You may want to keep track of the “work” your child does while they’re not in school. That’s great – but when you’re already dealing with a major disruption to your daily routine, don’t make record-keeping your top priority. And unless your kid loves worksheets and quizzes, it’s not necessary to grade their work, either.
From Liberté éducation, "The IEF today represents 62,000 children educated in families, a fundamental constitutional freedom and enshrined by Jules Ferry, who made education compulsory and not...
UK parents continue to struggle to balance work and homeschooling under new lockdown.