Homeschooling is an increasingly popular choice for families. It allows you to teach your children at home at a time and place that suits your schedule. This type of education is not compulsory in all states of Australia, and there are alternative ways to satisfy your child’s education requirements.

To become registered as a homeschooling teacher in the ACT, you must complete the registration form and submit it with your child’s ID and education plan. After the registration process is complete, you can submit a Parent Report and work samples that support your child’s learning. You will need to submit these documents to the ACT within three months.

You can also join a homeschooling support group. These groups meet in areas around the state and provide encouragement and support for homeschoolers. This page outlines the requirements of homeschooling in New South Wales and includes links to local groups. There are also government requirements for homeschooling.

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Homeschooling registration differs in each state of Australia. Homeschoolers can either enroll at a school or apply for exemption. To apply for an exemption, you should first email the school in question and ask for an application pack. When applying, you must include a brief outline of your child’s typical day, program, and curriculum. You must also explain how your child will be assessed and interact with other children.