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 […]
Using the KeptMe app is NOT a requirement under the new regulations. You can keep home educating the same way you always have. Some form of record-keeping is advisable, but you can choose what form that takes. It could be […]
As we enter a new year, our feeling is very positive. As you know, HEN fought hard against the regulations which took effect today, so you may find it a little odd that we are now positive about the future. Much […]
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”. I recently released a post that discussed the value of looking at the Victorian […]
By Sue Wight We started the year campaigning against the new regulations, and we end the year explaining them. While this might seem incongruous, what has happened in the meantime is a testament to our success: we campaigned strongly, we’ve […]
By Sue Wight What do the new Vic regulations mean for you? If you are already registered Learning Plans & Exemptions: Are not required for registered children. If you have an additional child to register, see New Registrations below. Ongoing […]