WHILE September means many parents return to school, Paris Fury recently confirmed that her two eldest children will not be returning to school this year.
The pregnant mother of six explained that her two older children will instead be homeschooled because it is “the travel route.”
Posting on Instagram, Paris told her story and shared: “All four children are in school/preschool and the two older children have tutors at home.”
Paris and Tyson are parents to 13-year-old Venezuela,John James, 11, Prince Tyson II, seven, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah, four, and Athena, two.
This means Venezuela and Prince John James will carry out their studies from the Fury family’s £1.7 million Morecambe mansion.
However, it seems that not everyone agrees with the idea of homeschooling.
Writing under her most recent Instagram post, where Paris shared a number of school photos over the years, one woman cruelly wrote: “Why do your older children have to study At home?
“They are definitely missing out on the most valuable part of going to school, making new friends and interacting with different people.
“Home tutoring cannot replace the classroom environment!”
However, in response, a social media user, a member of the travel community, explained: “In travel culture, when children get older, they are allowed to drop out of school so the boys can go to work and the children girls stay. house to help clean and prepare for when they become housewives/mothers.
“That’s just the way it’s done and with all due respect, I hardly think they’ll miss out on a break from school.
“I always hated school so I’m happy to not have to go to school anymore.”
Previously, Paris explained that her eldest child Venezuela was expelled from school at the age of 11 and Paris was forced to defend this decision.
Appearing on Loose Women, the glamorous wife of boxing champion Tyson Fury spoke about the traveler’s tradition of educating their children at home.
She admitted she faced backlash from other parents about her choice to homeschool in Venezuela, but insisted she “didn’t take away any opportunities” from herself.
Speaking on the show, Paris said: “It’s nothing new for us. That is what our culture, our gypsy race and our travelers have always done.
“We gave Venezuela a choice – do you want to go to high school or homeschool?
“I got this backlash of ‘you took away her opportunity for this, her opportunity for that?’
“I don’t take away her advantages because she will get her qualifications and go through the whole school process.
“When she was 15 and 16 years old, if she wanted to study more, she could.”
The mother also added: “We move a lot [the Furys also have a house in Las Vegas and regularly travel to America to be with Tyson]. It wouldn’t be right if they studied full-time and then went to America.”
As explained above Government websiteYou can teach your children at home, full-time or part-time.
If your children are currently in school, you should let the school know whether you plan to educate them at home.
The school must accept if you take your child out completely away. They may refuse if you occasionally want to send your child to school.
The ‘basic’ curriculum includes the ‘national curriculum’, as well as relationships, gender andeducation, religious education.
The National Curriculum is a set of subjects and standards used by primary and secondary schools so that children learn the same things. It includes the subjects taught and the standards children need to achieve in each subject
Although you must ensure your child receives full-time education from the age of five, you do not need to follow the national curriculum.
The Council may carry out an ‘informal inquiry’ to check that your child is receiving an appropriate education at home.
They can also serve a school attendance order if they believe your child needs to be taught at school.
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