The oldest and largest home education support organisation in the UK. Lobbies extensively to defend home education in the UK.

A support group offering information for home educators including advice about educational materials, resources, GCSE examinations etc.

Scottish home education network founded in 1999

Schoolhouse SCIO is Scotland’s national home education charity (SC026965), which was formed in 1996 and is now a well-established and well respected source of independent information and support for anyone interested in home education

Scottish charity offering information and support to families who have chosen or are considering home education

Penetrating analysis and comments on the current activities and attitudes of members of the establishment towards home education.

Run by highly regarded HE activist, Fiona Nicholson, contains lots of information on recent government legislation and guidance and court cases involving those outside the state system.

US-based non-profit organisation concerned with researching home education.

Streams was set up by four home educators who wanted to create a space to build community, to harness the wisdom of pioneers who have gone before and to simplify home educating life. One of these founding members is Juliet English, a long time CHESS member who established the annual Learn Free Conference in Coventry

A collection of valuable articles written by families who are home educating and have children with special needs and disabilities.

Answers in Genesis is an apologetics ministry, dedicated to helping Christians defend their faith and proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ effectively. They focus on providing answers to questions about the Bible — particularly the book of Genesis — regarding key issues such as creation, evolution, science, and the age of the earth.

Family & Youth Concern is a national educational trust which researches the causes and consequences of family breakdown. Home education friendly.