By Cynthia McStephen If you are new to the whole idea of DIY education, you may be wondering what this home education stuff is all about. Of course, life varies wildly between different families anyway. So, by extension, home education, […]
Certificate III in Active Volunteering course The course will be commencing in February 2018. Come and experience University life with a one day a week Certificate III in Active Volunteering located at Monash University in Clayton. This qualification is specifically […]
VRQA registration figures are released for June and Dec each year. The Dec 2017 figures are now available here The graph has been produced by HEN using figures from VRQA information sheets (Dec) and annual reports (June).
Victorian law requires children to attend school OR be registered for home education. While awaiting registration approval, school attendance is required. However, there is provision for non-attendance set out under section 2.1.3 of The Education and Training Reform Act (details […]
Never fear HEN is here! Read this quick guide and adjusting to the new requirements will all begin to look possible. Existing Home Educators Continue to home educate using any method you wish No need to follow the Victorian Curriculum or […]
June 2018: Unschooling lets kids learn naturally based on what they are interested in, but it can be hard work for parents By Wiriya Sati ABC Mid North Coast / I took my kids back to school after two weeks of […]
DET has licensed HEN to distribute the 2015 Distance Education course to Victorian home educators for FREE. The materials form a comprehensive curriculum for any home educator. New families will find them especially useful, as will anyone looking for a […]
How to Run Your Next Home Ed Camp or Excursion By Colita Scott Home education camps and events are all about giving your children an experience to remember. For me, the best parts of school were the school camps and […]