Homeschool Convention 2020 is going ONLINE for ticket holders!

Dear all,

The Homeschool Convention IS happening. We are counting down to April 16 and 17 for our 4th edition! Behind the scenes are 9 teams working hard to make it happen. One of the teams is our official blog partner, The Homeschool Gazette, helmed by homeschool teens! You might have seen their write ups on the convention already in our FB event page. (Early bird tickets are sold out for both days.)


In light of the COVID-19 situation, we will be offering ticket holders the option to access the convention ONLINE. If you wish to still come in person, we will still need you to complete the form. Pls read the details in the form for ticket holders.

Because of logistics, limited time and resources, we can only offer EITHER online or in person attendance, not a mix of both. Whatever you choose, pls make the best of it.

Once a year, we come together to refresh our hearts. Looking forward to meeting you all.

Pls rest well,

Dawn Fung
Homeschool Convention 2020 Organiser
Homeschool Singapore

Thank you all for a wonderful Homeschool Convention 2019!

Thank you all so much for coming for the Homeschool Convention 2019, a three day affair of timely messages, food, fairs, workshops and more. We would love to know your thoughts about the Convention and what we can do to improve your experience in this feedback form. 

Photos for the Homeschool Convention 2019 in this post are taken by Hoon Sze Siang of Snapshot Imaging. See you in 2020 for the next one!

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Self Care by Audrey Chua-Teo

(Audrey’s speech at the Homeschool Convention 2017 still moves us. Counting down to the Homeschool Convention 2019, we bring you gems from our storehouses.)

Audrey left her teaching career at MOE to homeschool her three children (then 9, 7 and 2). From a dual-income household with multiple help to a full-time stay-at-home mom, Audrey shares her reflections gleaned from the past 4 years. Homeschoolers who struggle with kids across preschool to teens will appreciate Audrey’s wisdom for the soul.

About 5 years back, I found myself running. I had just pushed my youngest child, then one and a half years old, into the hands of my helper and I ran off. I kept running in the rain, crying very hard. I didn’t know where I was going, but I just kept running. I was depleted, exhausted and very ready to give up on everything, on life especially. I had reached the bottom. Fast forward 5 years later. It is a miracle that I am here on stage, right here with all of you. Today, take a glimpse into my heart, and I hope that it will encourage you. Continue reading “Self Care by Audrey Chua-Teo”