Deborah Caine, Author at Homeschooling

    Articles by Deborah Caine

    Deborah is a freelance writer with an appetite for travel, books and blue cheese. She has worked in colleges and universities in the UK and Australia and also resided in Hong Kong and the UAE. Deborah is a flexible learning enthusiast, who achieved her arts degree majoring in communications and sociology through distance learning.

    Brian Bilston

    The Rise Of Forest Schools

    A Forest School is a holistic, inclusive, outdoor learning model which takes place over time, through practical, sensory, child-led sessions.


    Brunel: Building Britain’s Future

    Brunel built around a thousand miles of railway track across South Wales, the Midlands, the West Country and Ireland.

    French Language Day

    French Language Day

    The first known documents to be written in French are the Strasbourg Oaths, which date back to 842.


    What Is a Microclimate?

    On a very small scale, it is possible to create our own microclimate.