Homeschooling Groups in Darwin (NT)

If you’re considering starting to home educate your children, it’s a great idea to get involved with social groups in your area. These homeschooling groups in Darwin (Northern Territory) will give children a great opportunity to socialize. In addition, it will allow new home educators to gain experience in home education by asking veteran homeschooling parents in these groups. 
Below are Darwin (NT) homeschooling groups with links accompanied by the Facebook descriptions when provided.


Homeschooling groups in Darwin and Northern Territory (NT)


NT Home Educator Groups

Darwin NT Home Educators Hub

  • ‘A place to share, loan, sell resources, tips, arrange meets, find like-minded etc. ALL types of home education welcome (i think at this point) Discussions are for members only (Closed Group) – others can see members and description. New members must be approved by admin, please pm your homeschool status.’

Homeschooling Groups in Darwin

Darwin Homeschool Network

  • ‘A page dedicated to bringing together and supporting homeschoolers in the Northern Territory
    homeschooling network in Darwin with 185 members to date.’

Darwin Montessori Homeschool Co-op

  • A homeschooling Co-op that uses Montessori methods in their homeschooling education.


Conclusion: Darwin and Northern Territory Homeschooling Groups

Social groups are a great idea if you’re planning on home educating your children. These Northern Territory homeschooling groups will give you a great avenue to have fun socially and make friends easily. If you’d like some more information on how to find a homeschooling group closer to your specific area, check out Homeschooling groups in Australia or watch the video above.
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