Home-schoolers Group   

Please visit the KSP office or phone 9294 1872 to book and pay by credit/debit card.

DOWNLOAD ENROLMENT FORM HERE

The Home-schoolers Group is facilitated by: Renee Snow

Meets: Every Thursday during term, 2.00pm - 3.30pm

First class trial is free!

BYO: Pen/pencil and notebook, or laptop and USB

 

Term fees:

8-Week Term: $80 KSP-members/$130 non-members

10-Week Term: $100 KSP-members/$150 non-members

11-Week Term: $110 KSP-members/$160 non-members

Pro Rata Fees Available if Joining Mid-Term - talk to KSP staff on 9294 1872.

An additional $20 fee applies in term four for those who would like to be published in the anthology

**PLEASE BOOK PRIOR TO START OF TERM**

Note this group is subject to receiving a minimum of five bookings per term. 

Please enrol your child prior to the first day of term.

2021 Term Dates

Term 1    Thursday, 11 February 2021    Thursday, 1 April 2021     8 Weeks
Term 2    Thursday, 22 April 2021    Thursday, 1 July 2021     11 Weeks
Term 3    Thursday, 22 July 2021    Thursday, 23 September 2021    10 Weeks
Term 4    Thursday, 14 October 2021    Thursday, 16 December 2021    10 Weeks

This weekly recreational group for home-school students is held during term time and led by Renee Snow, an encouraging facilitator who is also a published author. There are no grades or exams here, just lively discussions, reading performances, writing tips and exercises, editing lessons, and the opportunity to publish work in KSP's annual anthology.


Develop writing skills and meet new friends at the KSP Home-schoolers Writing Group.

How KSP's previous students describe Renee Snow:

* 'Totally tubular' * 'Nice' *

* 'Helpful, understanding' * 'Fun' *

* 'Very fabulous' * 'Friendly' *

Renee is a local Perth hills novelist. She served as Chairperson of the KSP Writers’ Centre for three years, and in that time she facilitated the youth writing program and formed the only organised romance writing group for adults in Western Australia. In her capacity as a KSP volunteer and community leader, Renee was nominated as a finalist for the 2014 Citizen of the Year. Her knowledge and passion for teaching the craft of writing in all forms - but not the way you learn in school! - makes her a wonderful facilitator for young writers.