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Hi ladies. Does anyone know if there is such a thing as part time schooling. Ie most days at school, 1 or 2 days at home

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Hi ladies. Does anyone know if there is such a thing as part time schooling. Ie most days at school, 1 or 2 days at home. Thanks 😊


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1 year ago
I've heard of it in cases where the child is completely truant and has social issues eg involved with youth justice, and they try to transition back to school with part time school.
But that's all i know about, there probably is other exceptions where it's accepted

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1 year ago
I did it with both kids before we transitioned to full homeschooling. The school actually told me it was an option as we had tried so hard to make it work the normal way. As long as the kids did the work it wasn't an issue.

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1 year ago
Yes but only in certain circumstances as mentioned above for other students this is not possible as it is a legislative requirement they be in full time attendance at school.

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1 year ago
Yes there is. Both my two youngest did part-time in High School. They have learning disabilities. Full time school was way too much for them. Since then they have improved and are a lot happier. You need to talk to your child's principle and the counsellor at school and give your reasons. Then some forms filled out. Honestly it is isn't hard. I live in Tasmania, so I don't know about the other states.

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1 year ago
I hope we do something like that here! It would be sooo good for our family

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1 year ago
My son done this two days at school and three days homeschooling he has high functioning autism after awhile we just went to homeschooling full-time . Depends what is the reasoning behind wanting this to happen.i had to be approved by the education department to undertake that style of education but every state might have different laws .

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1 year ago
Yes, but you’d have to move to Sweden.