Stage 2 (Year 3 & 4) Flexible Learning Sequence


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Stage 2 (Years 3 and 4) Flexible Learning Sequence includes:

  • Flexible learning sequences for all Key Learning Areas (Mathematics, English, Science, History, Geography, Music, Visual Arts, Personal Development and Health and Physical Education) in soft copy
  • Suggested Timetable
  • Suggested list of resources and hyperlinks for easy access
  • Suggested Assessment Roadmap
  • Ongoing support for the first month after registration with two (1 on 1) mentor sessions, one at the beginning and one at the end of the 4 weeks. During these mentor sessions you will be guided on how to use the flexible learning sequences in a way that best suits the needs of your preferred teaching and learning strategies and philosophies.

The Flexible Learning Journey for Stage 2 (Years 3 and 4) outlines the learning outcomes for each Key Learning Area in first person ‘I can….’ statements to assist you to better understand what the learning outcome looks like once achieved. This package is designed to assist and nurture the learning of outcomes over a two-year period. It is focused on building on from the knowledge gained in Stage 1, as well as practising and consolidating new information and skills. It is designed to be completely self-paced based on your family’s lifestyle, teaching philosophy and learning needs.

*Please note that this package does not include registration or review and renewal registration support.

PLEASE NOTE: Homeschooling registration packages are only applicable for New South Wales, AUS residents at the moment.
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Guide on Stage 2 (Years 3 and 4) Flexible Learning Sequence Purchase Process:

  1. Once you purchase this flexible learning sequence you will need to provide some personal details relating to the child or children you wish to register.
  2. You will be directed to an online form to complete. Once completed your homeschool registration package will be personalised and sent to you electronically along with instructions on how to submit the necessary documents to register for homeschooling. A hard copy can also be purchased at an additional charge or you can download and print the electronic version yourself. This way it can be used as a form of documentation of the learning that takes place for when it is time for a homeschool registration review.
  3. You will also receive an email to arrange times for your mentor sessions.
  4. At the end of the first month of Homeschooling you will have the option to continue with the mentor sessions depending on your families learning journey needs.

Additional information

Hard Copy or Soft Copy Version

Black and White Copy, Colour Copy, Soft Copy (electronic version)


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