Changes to the regulation of home schooling, including registration requirements, will apply from 1 January as part of the new Regulations. From , parents applying to register their child for home schooling will submit their proposed educational program for their child, which includes a learning plan.
Why home educate?
The learning plan is intended to prompt consideration of what educational program will most benefit their child. It includes details of the subject matter that will be covered in the first year of registration and when and where instruction will take place. Parents whose children are already registered for home education do not need to create a learning plan. A learning plan template is available to support those parents seeking guidance, but its use is optional.
The VRQA must notify an applicant in writing of its decision in relation to an application within 28 days of receiving a complete application.
For full details about home schooling registration requirements see the VRQA website: Home schooling. Principals should accept a partial enrolment arrangement where they are able to do so, e. The appropriate year level for the partial enrolment should be determined in consultation with the parent.
Find out more about cookies. Parents have a duty to ensure that their children receive a suitable full time education either by regular attendance at school or otherwise under Section 7 of the Education Act Some parents decide, as they are entitled, to provide suitable education by educating their children at home. The appropriate year level for the partial enrolment should be determined in consultation with the parent.
For further information about the requirements and processes associated with partial enrolment arrangements see the Guidelines for Partial Enrolment for Registered Home Schooled Students. Families wishing to home school their children should maintian their school enrolment until their home schooling application is approved by the VRQA. The VRQA will issue a formal registration notice to successful applicants. Schools should request to see the VRQA registration notice before cancelling a student's enrolment.
The VRQA cannot provide a registration confirmation notice to schools directly.
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