Maths groups, Carlton, Mondays and Thursdays

Days:
Mondays key stage 3 and GCSE; 
Thursdays key stage 2.

Time:  Exact time depends on what group you’re in.

Area:  Carlton / NG4 area of Nottingham.

Age range:  8 to 16+.

Email:  Wendy Tebbatt, wendytebbatt at gmail dot com.

Booking:  Book in advance, pay on the day.

Maths groups for all the above ages.  Maximum of 4 in each group.

By former home ed mum who has taught within the home ed community for the past 25 years.

Words say: "Maths groups" in a greenish blue. Background has a sprinkling of mathematical symbols in a darker orange on a lighter orange background.

Travel: near 24 & 25 bus routes, Lilac Line.

Access info:

Fully experienced with autism and dyslexia.

Classes are downstairs.  I have a ramp and downstairs toilet but it isn’t fully wheelchair accessible.

Book sale, inc free books for children, Gedling, 8 days in April & May

Annual Ex Libris Masked Book Sale, for 3 charities.  Bargain books, child-friendly, includes cake, raffle, cards, poetry one day, and a play train & ticket office in the garden.  (Not specifically a home ed thing.)

Dates:
April 2019 – Friday 26, Saturday 27, Sunday 28, Monday 29.
May 2019 – Friday 3, Saturday 4, Sunday 5, Monday 6.

Time:  10am to 6pm, drop-in.

Age range:  All ages.

Venue:  16 Vernon Avenue, Gedling, Nottingham, NG4 3FX.

Area:  South side of Gedling, north side of Carlton.

Price:  Free admission, and each child can choose three free books.  After that, the books are still very cheap, e.g. many at 10p each.

Booking:  No need to book.  They can’t take cards, so bring cash if you might want to buy books or snacks.

If you enjoy your first visit, it may be worth coming back another day as well, because they don’t have room to put all the books out at once, so as some sell, they’ll get more out.

Eventbrite page with more details

A colourful play train (one engine, one carriage which would seat four small children) made partly of treetrunks and partly of flat material, on a sandy base. In the background is a tiny station platform. It's actually in the garden of the people who run the Ex Libris booksales, and is known as the Ex Libris Express.

This year, we’re particularly good on: science fiction; history (including military); crafts; psychology and psychotherapy; cake decorating – they’ve been reduced to 10p each; pets; children’s books.  We have so many children’s books that every child who visits can choose up to three free books from our special boxes, before even thinking about buying.

We have provided home-made cakes and bakes for many years, but this year is our first with a Café Manager.  Gabrielle is working really hard to make the café experience exceptional, and we do recommend that you stay for a drink and a snack – all for whatever donation you feel is right.  (All café donations go to our 3 charities too.)  Vegan and gluten-free treats will be available, but maybe not every day.

Map showing 16 Vernon Drive:

Bigger map showing 16 Vernon Drive

Travel / parking:

Buses are frequent – 24, 25, 44 to Main Road/Westdale Lane (Co-op) or 100 to Ousebridge Drive.  There is plenty of on-street parking, but please be considerate of our neighbours, who put up with this sale year after year.  There is a free car park at the top of Ranmoor Road (get a ticket).  And you can park your bicycle in our back garden.

Access:

We are child-friendly.  We are mostly, but not wholly, wheelchair accessible, and will help with accessibility wherever we can.

Maths groups, Carlton, Wednesdays and Thursdays

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Days: Wednesday and Thursday mornings.

Time: Each one-hour class is for up to four children, grouped by age range and/or ability. Exact time of the morning depends on what group you’re in.

Area: Carlton / NG4 area of Nottingham.

Age range: 7 to 16+.

Price: £5 per class of 1 hour. Reduction for siblings. Book in advance, pay on the day.

Email: maths at non-school-nottingham dot org dot uk.

Maths groups for all the above ages. Maximum of 4 in each group and classes are 1 hour long.

Hands on approach to learning, with an emphasis on understanding and using numbers rather than rote learning.

Tutor is a former home ed mum who has taught within the home ed community for the past 20 years.

Each class costs £5 with a sibling reduction if more than 1 child. Everything is provided.

Access info:

Fully experienced with autism and dyslexia.

We have a ramp and accessible downstairs toilet, though wheelchair access would need looking at and discussing.