It's a cold and wet Monday morning and school starts at 9am but nothing sounds better than staying in your pyjamas all day, curled up next to the fire. With a rising number of children being home-schooled, the problem of not wanting to leave the house on those days does not exist. There is no need to worry about how to trudge through English, maths, science, PE and social studies like every other Monday. But it's not about sleep-ins and three Rotorua families speak about what lies at the centre of what has led them to home-school their children. A