[Music] And you do stuff at home, and you learn stuff at home. And it’s just much more fun than school and you learn a lot more. I don’t know, it’s just bad for the government to watch us, because they might come round
to our house and say “Hey! You can’t be home-educated! That’s wrong!
You’re all wrong!” ‘Cos like we’re not learning… so they might
say we’re not learning more. And they could say like, they could say, “School’s
better, home education, you’re not learning anything at all!”
We’re learning lots! It might mean we can’t choose how we do things,
mightn’t it? And it might mean that somebody else might have a different idea about the
best way of learning. Whereas we can choose the best way of learning for us, can’t we,
now? [Yeah]. And it’s really, really great.
It’s really good. Yeah, it is.
We don’t have to go to school and we don’t have to do homework. So I see lots more friends, and I do more clubs. And for me I learn a bit more and I
learn a bit better. And I have an 11+ book which I’m doing with my Mum. And I’m 8. And I eat healthier food, for me. And I’m really happy. I did some sports activities like horse riding, bike riding, fencing, gymnastics, swimming
and self-defence. [Music] Just because they can’t know what we’re doing doesn’t mean what we’re doing is bad. Just because the government can’t see us, they’re thinking we’re being treated badly. And we’re not. [Music]