Elective Home Education
Hampshire County Council is committed to supporting families who choose to electively home educate. Elective Home Education (EHE) is sometimes called home education or home schooling and is supported through the Education Inclusion Service (EIS).
Should parents be considering EHE for a child currently at school then they should discuss the matter with the Headteacher in the first instance.
If parents are considering EHE then these documents should help and answer some of the most frequently asked questions:ChatHealth poster 462 kB.
Parents who currently EHE and wish to return their child to school should contact admissions.
Elective Home Education Survey
We would like to thank all the parents who took the time to complete the Elective Home Education Survey. We hope you find the summary of the results 500 kB interesting. If you would like to comment on the report, please do not hesitate to contact us.
We will be reviewing EHE services we provide in a bid to improve the support we offer.
Hampshire West - New Forest | Test Valley | Basingstoke & Deane | Winchester & Eastleigh
Area Strategic Manager – Alternative Provision (West)Education Inclusion Service2nd Floor, Elizabeth II Court NorthThe CastleWinchester, SO23 8UJ
Tel: 01962 876263
PA Annette Bailey
Hampshire East - Rushmoor Hart & East Hants | Havant | Fareham & Gosport
Area Strategic Manager – Alternative Provision (East)Education Inclusion Service2nd Floor, Elizabeth II Court NorthThe CastleWinchester, SO23 8UJ
Tel: 02392 441465
PA Annette Bailey - Temporarily