Welcome to Homeschool Singapore! We build connections to homeschool communities, businesses and organisations for opportunities to partner together. Homeschoolers are active contributors in education, community work and social causes. Read our story of how we have evolved as a community. We hope this site helps you with critical information about homeschooling in Singapore, and encourages you to believe in its possibilities. If you are interested in reaching out to the local homeschool community, contact us.

Category: Memories

Memories

Memories: Homeschool Sports Day 2010-2019

Opening Reflections by Shan Chua, Founder of Homeschool Sports Day The Homeschool Sports Day has always been a highly anticipated event in our community. Since it started in 2010, it has been a day when homeschooling families would convene to play sports, cheer each other on, and catch up with one another.

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Memories: Going Against The Grain

Homeschooling means different things to different families. Everyone has a unique story embarking on this unconventional journey. Prior to the Compulsory Education Act in 2003, a handful of brave souls in Singapore had already been homeschooling their children without any regulation and national examination requirements by the Ministry of Education, and under a much less sophisticated ecosystem of support, compared to what we have today.

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Memories: Homeschool Curriculum Fair in 2008

Going through the trove of homeschool memorabilia, we unearthed this vintage find – a brochure from a Homeschool Curriculum Fair in 2008! The event was sponsored by Math-U-See Singapore, with tickets selling at a low cost of $15 per entry for adults. Designed for homeschooling parents and explorers alike, the fair gave participants the opportunity to listen to seasoned homeschoolers on various curricula and learning techniques, and to glean over the homeschooling lifestyle in general. Homeschool curriculum fairs have come

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Lee Tiang

Lee Tiang homeschooled her 4 kids in 1997. She was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Diesease in 2009. Her husband, Rev. Dr. Steven HC Tan wrote a book to remember her life. It was published in 2014. This is an edited excerpt from Lee Tiang’s Story.

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Esther Chua

Meet Esther Chua, founder of TLS Academy. She has been homeschooling for 10 years.

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