Paris Fury cruelly mum-shamed after revealing her children are home-schooled | The Sun

WHILE September means back to school for many parents, Paris Fury recently confirmed that her two eldest children would not be returning to their teachers this year.

The pregnant mum-of-six explained that her eldest two would instead be home-schooled, as it is the “traveller way.”

Posting on Instagram, Paris took to her stories and shared: “All four little ones are in school/nursery and the big two with tutor for homeschool.”

Paris and Tyson are parents to Venezuela, 13, Prince John James, 11, Prince Tyson II, seven, Valencia, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah, four, and Athena, two.

This means that Venezuela and Prince John James will undertake their studies from the Fury family’s £1.7million Morecambe mansion instead.

However, it seems that not everyone is on board with the idea of homeschooling.

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Writing under her most recent Instagram post, as Paris shared a look at some back to school pictures from throughout the years, one woman cruelly penned: “Why home school your older children then? 

“Surely they are missing out on the most valuable part of going to school, making new friends and interacting with lots of different people.

“A home tutor is no substitute for a classroom environment!” 

However, in response, one social media user, who is a member of the traveller community, explained: “In the traveller culture, as the children get older they’re taken out of school so the boys can go to work and the girls stay home to help clean and prepare for when they become housewives/mums themselves. 

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Paris Fury says two kids aren’t going back to school as it’s the traveller way

“It’s just how things are done and with all due respect I hardly think they’ll miss out on not being at school. 

“I always hated school so I was so happy when I didn’t have to go anymore.” 

Previously, Paris explained that her eldest child Venezuela was taken out of school at the age of 11, and Paris was forced to defend the decision.

Appearing on Loose Women, the glamorous wife of boxing champion Tyson Fury spoke about how it is tradition for travellers to educate their kids at home. 

She admitted she had experienced backlash from other parents about her choice to homeschool Venezuela, but insisted she’s “not taking away any chances” from her.

Speaking on the show, Paris said: “It’s nothing new to us. It’s what our culture, our race of people as gypsies and travellers, have always done.

"We gave Venezuela the option – do you want to go to high school or be homeschooled?

"I had such a bad backlash, ‘you’ve took away her chances for this, her chance for that?’

"I haven’t took away her advantages because she will sit her levels and go through the full extent of schooling.

"When she is 15 and 16, if she wants to go into further learning, she can."

The mum also added: "We move so much [the Furys also have a house in Las Vegas and regularly travel to America to be with Tyson]. It wouldn’t work if they were in school full-time to then be off to America."

As explained on the Government website, you can teach your child at home, either full or part-time. 

If your child is currently at school, you should tell the school if you plan to educate them at home. 

The school must accept if you’re taking your child out completely. They can refuse if you want to send your child to school some of the time.

The ‘basic’ school curriculum includes the ‘national curriculum’, as well as relationships, sex and health education, and religious education.

The national curriculum is a set of subjects and standards used by primary and secondary schools so children learn the same things. It covers what subjects are taught and the standards children should reach in each subject

While you must make sure your child receives a full-time education from the age of five, you do not have to follow the national curriculum.

The council can make an ‘informal enquiry’ to check your child is getting a suitable education at home. 

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