Preparing a learning plan

Parents must submit a learning plan with their application for registration. This is a document outlining how the eight learning areas will be addressed within the home learning environment.

The eight learning areas are:

  • English
  • mathematics
  • sciences (including physics, chemistry and biology)
  • humanities and social sciences (including history, geography, economics, business, civics and citizenship)
  • the arts
  • languages
  • health and physical education
  • information and communication technology, and design and technology.

A learning plan specifies when and where instruction will take place during the initial period of registration.

You should include details of any educational materials and resources, as well as how your child's learning outcomes will be recorded.

The learning plan does not have to be overly long or detailed, but it must be in English. You can write it in your own way or use one of our templates.

Please make it clear if you intend to apply for an exemption or partial enrolment for a particular learning area.

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