Articles

November 13, 2017

Should you look at the Victorian Curriculum?

By Bekah Carman In Victoria we are required to provide “regular and efficient instruction that taken as a whole, substantially addresses the [8 key] learning areas”.  These learning areas, which we call the KLAs, are English, Maths, Science, Technology, Languages […]
November 6, 2017

Unschooling is not Unparenting

By Sue Wight Something odd is happening in the world of unschooling. Sarah has heard that if her children want chocolate biscuits for breakfast, they will eat a balanced diet over time without well-meaning interference from her. Meanwhile, she’s struggling […]
October 30, 2017

VCAL at Box Hill for 2018

Thinking about options for 2018?      
October 20, 2017

2018 Vic Legal Requirements

The Regulations Roadshow explained the new requirements and a video and transcript of the inner city session is now available here In brief, the new requirements are: Learning Plans: Are only required with new registrations. Briefly describe how you intend to […]
October 20, 2017

VHEAC Communique Oct 2017

 
October 14, 2017

Learning by Immersion

By Sue Wight We all learnt to speak via the immersion method. Babies become aware of vocal patterns and connect them with visual cues from facial expressions and body language and are on their way to cracking the code of […]
October 13, 2017

Certificate III in Clothing & Textile Production

October 2, 2017

2nd VHEAC Communique

September 12, 2017

VHEAC Communique Aug 2017

September 2, 2017

Work Experience

Home ed kids can undertake work experience – in Victoria you or your parent just need to approach an employer and set it up with them. In other states, your homeschool inspector, moderator or authorised person may be able to […]