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Couples who constantly teach their children at home leave viewers divided among Britain's best parents


Homeschooling parents, who make every moment of the day a learning opportunity for their children, have divided viewers about Britain's best parents – some insist that their style is unrealistic, while others praise their dedicated approach.

Creative inventor Ben and Wiltshire's mother Becky, who stay at home, are parents of three girls – Daisy (10), Lauren (8) and Arabella (5) – and insist that teenagers should never stop learning.

However, her uninterrupted educational approach has ruffled some feathers in the last installment of the Channel 4 parenting competition, and viewers have criticized her style as unrealistic for most full-time employees.

A couple (pictured) who are constantly teaching their children at home have split viewers about Britain's best parents – some insist that their style is unrealistic, while others praise their dedicated approach

Creative inventor Ben and Wiltshire's mother Becky, who stay at home, are parents of three girls (pictured with their mother) - Daisy (10), Lauren (8), and Arabella (5) - and insist that teenagers should never stop learning

Creative inventor Ben and Wiltshire's mother Becky, who stay at home, are parents of three girls (pictured with their mother) – Daisy (10), Lauren (8), and Arabella (5) – and insist that teenagers should never stop learning

However, her uninterrupted educational approach has ruffled some feathers in the last installment of the Channel 4 parenting competition, and viewers (above) criticized her style as unrealistic for most full-time employees

However, her uninterrupted educational approach has ruffled some feathers in the last installment of the Channel 4 parenting competition, and viewers (above) criticized her style as unrealistic for most full-time employees

One person pointed out that both parents can easily stay at home and wrote: "Easy to teach at home when neither parent has a job."

Another said: “These parents at school didn't show a parenting style as such. They only show that they are at home and deal with the curriculum. Seems more like teachers than like parents. & # 39;

A third added: "In my opinion, the school definitely adds areas that homeschooling cannot reach."

While a fourth wrote: “Britain's best parent has already made me angry. The first parents' attitude towards schools and teachers is cruel. & # 39;

"Instead of trying to have fun learning, we just have fun and find learning in it," Becky said on the show. "We think that education and learning affect your whole life all the time."

Response: Social media users turned to Twitter after last night's episode to criticize Ben and Becky's upbringing approach

Response: Social media users turned to Twitter after last night's episode to criticize Ben and Becky's upbringing approach

The couple believes that for their three daughters, learning should not only take place in a classroom, but always, regardless of location.

Ben complained that other parents "I can't wait to send their kids to school, then get a babysitter and go out all the time."

While Becky, who believes schools don't have sufficient resources, boasted: "In primary school, they typically spend 35 hours a week in class, but I can probably keep up with that in about six hours."

Thanks to their father Ben, who even created a mini dance studio (picture) and a climbing frame for his children, the children have the opportunity to try out any program they want

Thanks to their father Ben, who even created a mini dance studio (picture) and a climbing frame for his children, the children have the opportunity to try out any program they want

"Everything we do is a lesson," the couple explained before giving their children a science lesson on lunchtime gases, along with teenagers from two other competing parent groups (Photo).

Thanks to their father Ben, who even created a mini dance studio and a climbing frame for his children, the children can try out any program they want.

"My children who make their dreams come true are our primary goal. Whatever they want to do, we will set up the house to make it easier," he told the cameras.

"Everything we do is a lesson," the couple said before giving their kids a science lesson about lunchtime gases, along with teenagers from two other competing parent groups.

Some viewers (above) praised the parents' commitment, and a Twitter user wrote: “Good for Becky and Ben! Excellent parents, especially Becky! She has so much charisma! & # 39;

Some viewers (above) praised the parents' commitment, and a Twitter user wrote: “Good for Becky and Ben! Excellent parents, especially Becky! She has so much charisma! & # 39;

"Why can't lunch be science?" Asked Ben. “Learning doesn't only take place between nine and a quarter past three. It's all the time. Learning is all the time. & # 39;

Some viewers praised the parents' commitment, and a Twitter user wrote: “Good for Becky and Ben! Excellent parents, especially Becky! She has so much charisma! & # 39;

Another viewer said, "Well, these parents are clearly great, but what an enormous effort. Hats off to them, but I couldn't even make it to that level for an hour. & # 39;

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