HSMeetupGroupCampbelltown

by Nat
(Campbelltown)

Want to join a local Homeschool Meetup Group for 2016 onwards?

You need to live in the Campbelltown City Council Zone or the Camden City Council Zone to join.

These 2 Council Zones cover a wide varied area.Please check our zoning page for a list of areas.

Local venue 10-12 minutes from Campbelltown Centre.

Indoor/outdoor facility fully enclosed & secure.
With kitchen, bathrooms, disabled friendly.

Tables & chairs supplied.
A/C available for hot days.

We have arts/crafts table, board games table, book reading & brick corner, large wall mounted chalkboard, small concreted basketball area, small climbing equipment area for under 10's, large grass area with some undercover, outdoor picnic seating.

We have outdoor balls, hoola hoops etc...

We meet once per fortnight on a Tuesday(Except for mainstream school holidays)

Costs per family $20-per term or $80-per year in advance(These funds cover insurance & supplies)
This group is made up of those already registered to HS,but younger siblings are most welcome.

Kids ages range from babies all the way up to 23.
Contact Nat at erts16@gmail.com for more information.

Also check out the website here: http://hsmeetupgroupcampbelltown.webs.com/

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