This chapter explores the experiences of middle-class families who have chosen home education for their children at primary school age. It draws upon case studies with two home-educating families who define themselves as middle class. The first is a family who was largely just dissatisfied with problems identified in their local schools' teaching practice; the second is perhaps a more complicated decision made by a family about meeting the wider needs of the family. There are various reasons why families make the decision to home educate their children. Whilst some middle-class families identify specific problems such as bullying or alienation at primary schools as a trigger for taking their child out of school, most of the middle-class families authors spoke to described experiences that closely mirrored those of the Stewart and Milton families. Such families tended to identify either generic failings in their local school and/or the more specific needs of their children.