EUKA NEWS – January 2024

🎆 Hello January & Happy New Year! 🌟

As we embrace the new year, our Euka community is buzzing with excitement and potential. January marks a fresh start, filled with opportunities and innovations. From our ever-growing university partnerships to the ongoing development of our Future Learners podcast, we are thrilled to embark on this journey with you.

Let’s dive into what January has in store for us!

Updates & Opportunities

🎓 Euka’s University Partnerships Are In Every State 🌟

We’ve hit a major milestone! Euka now collaborates with top-tier universities in every Australian state, unlocking new educational vistas for our learners. 🌈

Our Growing List of Partnerships:

New South Wales:

  • University of Wollongong
  • Latrobe University
  • Sydney Business and Technology Institute


  • University of Canberra

South Australia:

  • University of South Australia
  • Eyensbury College – Into University of South Australia, Adelaide University
  • University of Adelaide


  • Griffith University
  • University of the Sunshine Coast


  • University of Tasmania

Western Australia:

  • Curtin University


  • Deakin University

Northern Territory:

  • Charles Darwin University

Locking down partnerships in every Australian state provides a significant advantage for our homeschooling students with articulation agreements opening pathways to ensure that Euka students have access to a range of higher education opportunities. This network and the continuing growth of tertiary opportunities highlight our commitment to providing comprehensive educational pathways and supporting student aspirations beyond homeschooling.

🎧 In Case You Missed It. Tune into our ‘Future Learners’ Podcast 🎙️

We’re now six episodes in releasing every Thursday morning! Hosted by our very own CEO Brett Campbell and Founder Ellen Brown we discuss a range of subjects that are crucial for students, parents, and educators alike.

Stay tuned and join us in shaping the future of education with the “Future Learners” podcast.


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Euka in the news!

🏂 Student Sports Stars Shine: Our elite sporting athletes, Juan & Airish (snowboarding), and Josh (motorsport), are making headlines nationally, with features in The Daily Telegraph, The Gold Coast Bulletin, Townsville Bulletin, NT News, The Herald Sun and the Adelaide Advertiser.

Read the full article here.

🚀 Euka’s CEO Steps Up: Our CEO, Brett Campbell’s appointment, from Chairman to CEO was featured in The Courier Mail and The Australian’s business wrap-up.

Read the full article here.

Introducing our new help centre & live Chat

We recently released our new Help Centre and Live Chat – your go-to for quick, friendly support! Whether you’ve got a burning curriculum question or need a hand with something technical, our Help Centre is packed with useful guides and FAQs that we’re constantly updating. Plus, our live chat is ready whenever you are, offering real-time answers to make your homeschooling journey smoother.

Check it out and experience hassle-free help today! Visit Euka’s Help Centre 🚀

Euka Club 2023 Highlights & 2024 Updates

Lego Club

Lego Club will return on the 6th of February, 2024.

In 2023, Lego Club had a busy year filled with diverse build challenges, both new and old, attracting many new members who have become familiar faces in Lego Club!

Our build challenges had us exploring different themes, such as recreating holiday experiences, building pizzas with imaginative toppings, and constructing nature-inspired builds based on our real experiences!

Collaborative challenges encouraged interaction among members, prompting them to build objects chosen by partners or create fellow members as superheroes with their chosen superpowers! These collaborative challenges fostered stronger social connections within the club and gave members much-appreciated time to talk with each other!

Ongoing Lego stories added an extra layer of creativity, prompting members to tell a collaborative story through building objects and events that continued each narrative in some way. The stories ranged from throwing birthday parties for animals in igloos to venturing into the mysterious deep sea!

Finally, the year concluded with a significant shift in how challenges were presented. Members are now tasked with completing challenges during the week between meetings, and winners gained the responsibility of proposing their own build challenges during session time!

I feel so lucky to be your Lego instructor for this year, and I look forward to seeing everyone again in 2024!

Your friendly Lego host,


Cooking Club

Cooking Club will return on the 8th of February, 2024.

Thank you to everyone for another amazing year of Cooking Club, I had so much fun hosting the club and seeing everyone’s skills flourish in the kitchen. We made lots of simple meals but they were also so tasty!

One of my favourite things we cooked this year was the spinach and feta gozleme! But I think a favourite for everyone was a decadent chocolate brownie! For Term 4, I got to meet so many new talented chefs and we cooked plenty of savoury meals like Pasta Salad and Tacos with Mango Salsa.

I hope everyone enjoyed the year and the last term of Cooking Club for 2023 and please let us know if you have any feedback to make Cooking Club even better for years to come! I hope you have a loving and safe Christmas and New Year, and I hope to see everyone and more new faces in Term 1 2024. 


Minecraft Club

Minecraft Club will return on the 7th of February, 2024.

Minecraft Club has been a whirlwind of creativity and friendship this term!

This term brought a few changes in the game so we kicked things off by refreshing our memories on club rules and sharing stories from the holidays, and we had a blast catching up with old friends and making new ones.

In our Games Weeks, we unleashed our creativity with hide and seek at the Minecraft Castle, escape room challenges and speed mining to keep things exciting!

Our build weeks encouraged everyone to build anything their hearts desired. From treetop treehouses to underwater cities, the imagination flowed like a river. Our Minecraft world saw a burst of new members and new exciting creations. We explored themes like ‘Animals/Mobs’ and dived into the wonders of the animal kingdom. We even had a spooky haunted build battle, where players worked together to create spine-tingling scenes. The ‘Favourite Fiction’ theme brought Narnia, dragons, and more into our virtual world.

To prepare for the school holidays, players even got to plan their very own vacation in Minecraft. Some built their dream holiday destination and others joined forces to create group trip ideas! 

The Minecraft Club is a hub of creativity and friendships, we can’t wait for more adventures together!

Your friendly Minecraft Club Host,
Mr. Matt

Sign Up For The Euka Clubs

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We can’t wait to have you on board!
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Student of the month

🌟 Miki’s Narnia Diorama is Out of This World 🌎

Miki’s imaginative creation, inspired by ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’, is a testament to the power of reading and creativity. 🎨

Keep up the amazing work Miki!

Would you like to be featured as our next Student of the Month?
Send us an email at with ‘Student of the Month’ in the subject line for your chance to showcase your amazing work!