Our popular homeschool workshops are ready to take off again with a blast, on a mission with the children to ignite interest, spark positive friendships, and foster the creativity and individual ability and strengths of attending children in a variety of learning experiences and activities.
With the amazing support of Fleurieu Philanthropy and Asperlutely Autsome, we will be running a fortnightly homeschool workshop in the Fleurieu region prioritising children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder, their siblings, and children who face barriers to accessing education through school. Families willing to support the aims of this program also welcome to apply.
Our main mission is to value the already terrific and wonderful program that homeschoolers have and enrich this by providing opportunities to bring together children and home school families through social activities, outside educational visitors, theme based learning, nature play, and the exploration of a variety of sensory learning experiences.
Each workshop will be held fortnightly with the morning session including literacy and numeracy based activities and the afternoon session focusing on exploration and team based games and activities.
Enquiries to Meg Eusope (Project Coordinator) 0422 407 855
Staff include co-coordinators and special needs teachers Meg Eusope and Susannah Morrison, Art Therapist Leeann Koesters and teacher Leonie Voigt, as well as a dedicated team of volunteers.