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Information Guides

Homeschool Information Guide 2022

After months of preparation and hard work, the Homeschool Information Guide 2022 is now available! Developed by Homeschool Consultation in collaboration with Homeschool Singapore, this annual publication is an introductory one-stop resource covering commonly asked questions on homeschooling in Singapore. Editor’s Note: Learn more about Homeschool Consultation in a recent interview here.

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Info Guide: Homeschooling Pathways (Non-Academic Routes)

It is equally important to consider whether the non-academic routes are more suitable for our children. Close observations of their interests and strengths are key. We need to stand back and allow them the space to explore beyond their formal studies. Depending on what our children exhibit, we can support them in different ways and work towards different goals. This article offers parents some suggestions on how to develop their children’s potential in non-academic areas in the post-primary education years.

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Info Guide: Homeschooling Pathways (Academic Routes)

Beyond primary level education, children typically engage in more rigorous studies, whether they are homeschooling or enrolled in schools. The intent is to nurture our young into well-adjusted adults who possess the necessary skills to thrive and engage in purposeful work to contribute to society. This article offers parents and students guidance in carving out academic pathways that are best suited for them in the post-primary education years.

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