HOME EDUCATION – a great way to learn!

A.H.E. Regional History Fair

Wednesday 3 July, 10 am, Mt Albert War Memorial Hall

Get your kids into events, people and issues from the past that have shaped our world today. The past speaks into the future. Allow your children to delve into an area of history they’re not familiar with.

Support your child to do a History Fair project this term!

This year we have a special category to coincide with our Phyllis Johnston talk and book offer:

Write your own Social History Story – dig into your own family’s past and find a story you can retell.

Or you can do a ‘regular’ History Fair project by researching a topic and presenting your discoveries with us. Go to the History Fair page for further details…


Monthly Home-Education Information Sessions

Next date: Friday 24 May
Not sure what home-education is about? Having issues with school? Interested in having an active involvement in your child’s education?

Come along to one of our free monthly information evenings to find out more. Registration essential.
Click here to find out more…


Planning for 2019? Check out AHE’s yearly rhythm of events for children and families:

  • The Not-Back-To-School Picnic – Term 1
  • AHE Regional Science Fair – Term 1
  • AHE Regional History Fair – Term 2
  • AHE Regional Cross Country – Term 3
  • AHE Art Exhibition – Term 4

What is AHE?

Auckland Home Educators is a regional organisation – here to help you in your homeschooling journey or to provide information for those interested in this path.

We are here to advocate for home education.  Home education is a valid (excellent!) educational choice for New Zealand families and supported by the Ministry of Education.

We help support learning and connect homeschooling families through regional events such as the Science Fair, Cross Country, Parent Forums etc.  (See our events page for more details.)

Browse our website to find out about getting started, support groups, and how we can help.

Join AHE to keep up to date with homeschooling events, activities, and groups via our email loop and newsletter.