Homeschool teen, Elizabeth Koh is 16 years old and a budding producer. She co-organised two family carnivals in conjunction with the Marine Breeze RC at 17A pavilion. She was also part of the “Live. Love. Laugh. Happy Community” beach family carnival held at Parkland Green in which ESM Goh graced the event. Glow Up With Mum Worshop is her latest. Read on to get a special discount! Continue reading “Glow Up With Mum Workshop”
Coming up this Sat, is Dawn Fung’s talk for The Outreach. The Outreach is a platform to share what we’ve learnt from our homeschooling journey to parents everywhere. It doesn’t matter if you homeschool or not, everyone is invited!
Continue reading “The Outreach : How to Build A Parenting Community”
When you apply to homeschool in Singapore as a Singaporean, you have to get the Compulsory Education exemption form. “C.E” is the abbreviation for Compulsory Education. When homeschoolers say, “It’s time to apply for CE”, it’s short form for saying, “It’s that time of the year to get the form from MOE to get exempted from CE.” Continue reading “The C.E. Talk 2018”
Homeschool Kidpreneur is a fun platform for children to do business for real! Be it at a flea market, retail store, online or off, the kids are dedicated to making their own works for sale.
This year, a group of 12 dedicated young crafters will be selling their works at Maker Faire Singapore. We invite you to visit their booth and support their lovely creations.
To be launched next year at the Homeschool Convention 2019, Homeschool Singapore is spearheading “The Homeschool Book Project”, a first of its kind in our local homeschooling community! Read on… Continue reading “Open Call for “The Homeschool Book Project””
What made you want to organise this?
I love sports. School sports day used to be my highlight of the entire school year. I want to share that experience with my children. Since it hasn’t been happening for a few years in the homeschooling community, I decided it’s time to take action and make things happen. I want to give our children an avenue to try their best. I want them to dare to succeed and dare to fail. I want them to experience in a real concrete way what it means to come alongside their friend to encourage them. I want them to enjoy the process. A Sports day event is a great platform for this. Continue reading “Interview with the organiser of the Homeschool Sports Day, Angela Lim-Er”
Due to overwhelming response, we will be bringing forward the closing date for registration and payment of fees for the HS Sports Day to 31st May 2018. Forms and payments received after 31st May, 2359 hours will be voided.
Please sign up ASAP and email us at email@example.com once payment is made.
Having trouble filing in the form? Read the Sports Day registration FAQs. It is in the last page of the form, and here : HS Sports Day FAQ. Clearly worded and bookmarked, you can click on any question in the PDF and it will link you to the correct answer. Continue reading “Have you read the sports day registration FAQs?”
Meet the Sports Day 2018 Team. They are dedicated, hardworking folks who are running this mega event for the community. Continue reading “Meet the Homeschool Sports Day Team!”
Our Sign Up Form is ready!
Sign up here for the Homeschool Sports Day. The form has been lovingly put together by the sports day team who are also fellow parents. Do be patient and nice if you don’t get an answer soon enough.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you encounter issues. Remember to read the HS Sports Day FAQ. Continue reading “Homeschool Sports Day Sign Up Form… and a short history”