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junior school was a Charlotte Mason PNEU School in Nottingham,
England. Educationally they were undoubtedly the best years
i had. Alongside Montessori, CM methods seem to suit home
education the best for me, both child centred but with a
thread of structure in some ways that satisfies my need
to feel we are "doing something". That said, a
child shown CM/Montessori in early years would probably
be perfectly suited to being self led in later years...
it seems extremely liberating in ideology. Here are some
sites that have been interesting to me; its been an amazing
enlightenment to read about the reasons behind all those
things i did as a child... and lovely to recall them.
currently working my way through these and will do "six
of the best" when i have finished - i'll probably sort
some articles into the main CM categories as well. Most
of the CM interest seems to be U.S. based, I'm going to
have to find out if its popular in the UK too!
STUDY LOOP - an email group with useful links attached.
I need to join this group so i'd better check its okay to
put it here as well but i'll lose the link if i don't put
it here for now!
Online - possibly the best known CM site and a free
online curriculum and support group.
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