Anna Dusseau

Reader | Writer | Lifelong Learner

"If we value children, we must also value parents. Let's try that."

A Must Read For Homeschooling

Alongside practical tips for getting started and answers to key questions, you will find a wealth of tried and tested activities. Here are carefully picked home learning resources and up-to-date legal advice. The informative, honest accounts of homeschooling show different approaches so as to help choices.

Essays

Nobody’s Friend: How School Deprofessionalises Teachers and Damages Childhood

Picasso, Percentages, and the False Security of Schoolwork

Deschooling: Regress to Progress

“Mum, How Tall’s a Hobbit?”

The Power to Write Your Own Narrative: Imaginative Play and Well-being

“Miss, What’s the Point?”

Anna Dusseau

About the author

Reader | Writer | Lifelong Learner

I’m Anna and after ten years of working in education, I am now a freelance writer and full-time homeschooling mum.
 

I am an advocate for the Whole Family Benefits of home education and have worked with families to identify key Learning Moments in order to better understand their child’s homeschool development.

My first book The Case for Homeschooling is available with Hawthorn Press, and my articles on education can be found in Juno Magazine, Teach Primary, Little Devon, Motherhood The Real Deal, and Education Uncovered. 

I’ve been interviewed by The Guardian and on Radio 4 Women’s Hour.


My first book The Case for Homeschooling is available with Hawthorn Press, and my articles on education can be found in Juno Magazine, Teach Primary, Little Devon and Motherhood The Real Deal.


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Barefoot Childhood

Barefoot Childhood

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Therapeutic Deschooling

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My Socials

A Letter To The Sunday Times

On the 30th of August 2020 Anna Dusseau joined Dr Richard House to sign a letter featured in the Sunday Times . The letter urged the government to investigate the benefits of homeschooling and consider making it a more accessible option for parents.

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