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May 7, 2017

Jump, Fall, Fly

From schooling to homeschooling to unschooling by Lehla Eldridge and Anthony Eldridge-Rogers Available at http://unschoolingthekids.com/unschooling-the-kids-the-book/ ebook £7.99 Reviewed by Susan Wills, Lorinna, Tasmania in Otherways issue 152 I jumped at the chance to read this book. The title spoke to […]
March 5, 2017

Testimonial from Gold Prospecting Adventures

I first had dealings with  the Home Education Network when Belinda Cowie booked a gold prospecting tour. This tour gave the students a hands on experience with gold panning, metal detecting and fossicking activities. The morning was a huge success and […]
February 20, 2017

Kryal Castle Testimonial

Following our hugely successful Medieval Camp last year, Kryal Castle had this to say:  
February 18, 2017

Handbook of Home Educated Alumni

Home education began in Victoria with half a dozen parents in the 1970s With the first generation of home educated students now adults, we set out to find out where they are and what they are doing. This booklet lists […]
February 4, 2017

Alumni Video Project

We are gathering short videos (30-60 seconds) of alumni. Below is a link to a Google Drive folder where people can upload their videos. Please share this link around. The videos will be edited and collated and used on a […]
January 1, 2017

Home ed Alumni

Where are they now? Australia’s first generation of home educated students are now adults and we’d like to check in with them and form an overall picture of what home ed kids do when they grow up. This information will […]
December 28, 2016

Regulations Media Attention

29/8/2017 Vic home-schooling move could have tech ramifications by Sam Varghese, iTWire 24/8/2017 Jono from ABC Drive spoke to Sue Wight on the regulations and what they mean for home educators 23/8/2017 Homeschoolers Suffered Set Back Today ABC News  (segment starts at […]
December 12, 2016

Missing the Milestones

By Susan Wight Towards the end of the year, I often catch up with old friends. Getting together always emphasises just how different our lives now are. They talk of meetings, workloads, changing policies, best-practice and so on.  Their end-of-year […]
December 2, 2016

Home-ed Alumni Survey

Home Ed Alumni: Where are you now? We’d love to check in with you and form an overall picture of what home ed kids do when they grow up. This information will be useful both to prospective home educators, and in […]
October 9, 2016

Socialisation: The Hidden Agenda

By John Barratt-Peacock It is the most boring of all the objections to home education and seemingly the most stupid since, on all the evidence, home educated children are the best socialised. So why do they do it and why […]