We began home educating our children in New South Wales in Australia where the reporting requirements are quite demanding but our Appointed Person was very happy with our documentation. I made an effort to mirror how professional teachers write and prepare curricula and it wasn’t a great deal of work and it helped me assess where we stood relative to the standard national curriculum. Getting confirmation that we exceed standard requirements was both a relief and a confidence booster. While some home educators may choose not to register, I think it’s a worthwhile process and that oversight of home educators is necessary. “It takes a village…”
If you want to be able to register for home education easily, check out the helpful registration packs available from the Home Education Association and surf the various Australian homeschool communities on Facebook for guidance, or even the Vegan Homeschooling Community which has a few Australians onboard.