Home Based Learning Network, Perth W.A.

by Hayley Ayers Findlay Preside HBLNnt
(Perth Western Australia)

Learning For Life

Learning For Life

HBLN (Home Based Learnng Network) is a volunteer non profit charitable network that supports parents in Western Australia. It provides information on home education both general and specific to Western Australia. HBLN also provides a range of resources for members such as an online magazine, free online science subscriptions, social networking forums, insurance for events and student work experience, online support, product and service discounts with a range of local businesses and more.

HBLN also holds a range of events for parents and students which both members and non members are able to attend such as:

• Workshops
• Conferences
• Sports carnival
• Science fair
• Art exhibition
• Film festival
• Teen Events
• Getting Started Seminars
• Specialist in-service training

HBLN's mission is to support parents in their home based journey, providing them with the tools they need to succeed as a home based educator both in urban and rural areas.

www,hbln.org.au

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