August 17, 2022

VHEAC Communique July 2022

June 22, 2022

VHEAC Communique April 2022

March 14, 2022

Home ed done properly: what does that mean?

  You might have had someone say to you that home education can be okay, as long as it’s done ‘properly’. But who defines what ‘properly’ […]
February 14, 2022

Structure and Home Education

There are many reasons to incorporate structure in your home education life. Common reasons include: Children who need a framework in order to feel less anxious […]
February 8, 2022

The Victorian Home Education Advisory Committee

[Image description: graphic showing text information about the article. Text reads VHEAC, Mark Bachman, Otherways issue 170, November 2021] Mark Bachman served as a home education […]
February 3, 2022

The Rise and Rise of Home Education

Nationally, the number of students registered for Home Education has more than doubled in the last ten years. HEN’s Kirsty James was interviewed on ABC radio […]
January 20, 2022

Home Ed Survey Results 2021

HEN surveys provide the best Australian data on the Who, How and Why of home education. Since 2015, this data has proven enormously useful in accurately […]
September 13, 2021

Exploring Options for the English KLA

  In schools, English is often taught in isolation: a series of disjointed exercises in writing, spelling and grammar. In real life, English is about communicating […]
August 17, 2021

Home Educated Olympian

Thousands of us watched as Oceana represented Australia in women’s sport climbing. Here we learn a little more about her. Meet Oceana Mackenzie Nineteen-year-old Oceana is […]