The Home Education UK website became live
on the 8th of January 2000. It was set up to promote the first comprehensive
guidance to the law in England and Wales, relating to home education
the Elective Home Education Legal Guidlines
(EHELG) written in 1999 by a team of volunteers including a barrester.
The publication of this work can be said to be the catalist for the
current home education movement.
Since then it has grew into the UK's largest and by far oldest conitnuously
available website on the subject of home education. It has also begun
providing support for Flexischooling as well as other issues such
as schooling families during the covid pandemic.
Since the Death of Professor Roland Meighan it has taken over responsibility
for running Educational
Heretics Press which publishes books and
kindles on the topic of child centred education.
During all this time Home Education UK has been owned and run by