We feature more Hampshire homeschooling heroes doing fantastic remote learning

HOME schooling is continuing for millions of Hampshire households.

And we think you parents and children are absolute heroes just like the ones still inside schools across the county.

Some of these youngsters have been using recycled objects to make creations for space day, others are seeing their teachers and key worker classmates via zoom while some are getting ‘help’ from siblings and pets.

ALSO READ: Hampshire’s homeschooling heroes knucking down to their remote timetable

We’d love to feature more of your children getting stuck in to home learning.

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POPPY and Teddy are getting stuck into their differing timetables as they gather around the dinner table of the family home to complete their work. 

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IT was all about the aliens for Jessica Shrimpton as she made an out of this world creation as part of her space day learning at home. We admire your creativity Jessica! 

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JOEY Shrimpton used recycled materials from around the house to create a UFO as part of a space day project at home. 

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KOREY has a furry helper as he attempts to complete his school work. The family cat just can’t resist lending a paw when it comes to maths. 

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THIS is smiling Jaxon taking part in his first ever zoom lesson. He’s really enjoying the remote learning. Well done Jaxon!

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