Euka can help make your homeschooling registration and reporting in ACT simple and stress free.
As in all States, homeschoolers in the ACT need to register with the Department of Education from ages 5 to 17. When you make your application for homeschooling in Canberra you are automatically given six month provisional registration and you can remove your children from school After you make your application to homeschool, you are automatically given a provisional registration and you can remove your children from school. The process takes about two weeks.
To begin the registration process, request an application from the Liaison Unit. Your Provisional registration is granted for 6 months. When you continue to homeschool beyond 6 months, an appointment will be scheduled with the Liaison Unit in their offices. Renewal registrations can last up to a year.
When using Euka we will provide you with full year documentation to include as your full year learning plans, which show when and how you will cover the Australian curriculum in every subject. We also provide you with the templates and information about how to tailor the program to fit your individual child’s needs. It is important to show how the program will be adapted. We are very happy to help with this process.
The Euka program includes all the topics the Department requires: English, Mathematics, Science and Technology, Humanities and Social Science (includes: history, geography, civics and politics), Arts (Includes: visual arts, dancing and music), Health and Physical Education, and Languages.
For ACT families, we assist you to prepare your application with all the documentation and support you need. We also provide a simple and effective way of reporting that shows excellence in your child’s education.
Disclaimer: This advice has come from our years of experience in having successfully assisted thousands of students to gain Department of Education approval, in all States of Australia. – For clarification of any aspects, please contact the ACT Education Directorate directly.