Sometime back, our talented homegrown artist, Pang, was commissioned by National Arts Council (NAC) for a submission of an artwork for the Streets of Hope Exhibition. The exhibition serves to encourage and lift the spirits as we stand united during this pandemic.Continue reading “National Arts Council – Streets of Hope”
Update! In the pipelines is a making behind the Homeschool Convention. The Homeschool Convention is now 4 years old. We started in 2017 and have been through amazing ups, downs and turn arounds.
The documentary of the Homeschool Convention is by homeschool graduate John Teoh, who is also the producer of The Socially Awkward Podcast.
We are looking for past and present footage and photos of the convention. If you’ve got a stash of memories, as attendee, speaker, team or public, would you email the stuff to email@example.com by 21 Jun, Sunday.
Magdalene Hoy was co-organiser of High School Day (with her mum, Tsui Ling Hoy). She pens down her reflection of the event, and advice for the HSD 2021 team.
- Organise schedules
- Organise the rehearsal and filming for HSD
- Look through speaker’s speeches and give feedback
- Collate feedback from HSD
- Created a manual for incoming team for 2021
Background : KDOZ was the babysitting programme for the Homeschool E-Convention 2020. The KDOZ team came up with a list of resources and live zoom workshops for ticket holders on Day 1. We reprint what was shared so that you can use the ideas for your home.Continue reading “KDOZ 2020 (and ideas for kids this CB)”
Thank you to all who attended the Homeschool E-Convention 2020. We had a meaningful time. We hope you enjoyed the Keynote, Village and High School Day. For those who could not get a ticket to three events, we hope you enjoyed the Curriculum Fair. It was our first time doing an E-Convention so we are very thankful that everyone was patient with the teams.
We would love feedback from you to improve for 2021’s Convention!Continue reading “Thank you for a great Homeschool E-Convention 2020!”