Our HASCA Hub will restart for Term Two 2022 on May 12th. (Ballet a week earlier.)
Homeschoolers & members, find us on FACEBOOK & stay up-to-date with HASCA happenings.
We look forward to seeing you at our Cuppa & Chat (at the Hub) on May 12th: Welcome!

The HASCA Hub programme is educational and fun: designed by home educating families for home educating families. It is parent led by a team of dedicated volunteers and supported under the HASCA umbrella. We meet and ‘create community’ weekly on Thursdays on the Shore. We welcome your family to join us at North Shore YMCA.

A wide range of activities, classes, and workshops take place at the HASCA Hub each term, usually for 8-weeks. Classes are facilitated by people who are passionate about providing learning opportunities and support to home educated children and their families. Our Hub team is a mix of experienced homeschoolers, tutors, and senior/graduated homeschool students. We try to offer affordable classes to ensure entire families can take part if they choose to. We hope you will find something, or several somethings, you like! Please join us, Thursdays at the HASCA Hub, at the North Shore YMCA (Akoranga Drive, Northcote) in term time. Enquiries welcome to or

Upcoming Hub Events

What’s happening at the Hub?!
Thursday, May 12, 12:15-2:15
Cuppa & Chat (rear foyer)
Thursday, June 30, 12:15-2:15
Cuppa & Chat (rear foyer)

Support & Seminars

Parent Support & Creating Community!
o Cuppa & Chat (Support) Sessions
o 11:00-11:30 Support & Advice
Weekly @HASCA Hub (Rendle Room) NCEA, Te Kura, CENZ. Book a time with Nina at

Upcoming Events

Annual events & more:
o Curriculum Evening (tbc)

Weekday Programmes

Other weekday classes on offer:
o Mon Millennium Swimming Programme 5-18
o Thurs HASCA Hub Programme 5-18

HASCA Hub Notices

Term Two 2022 HASCA Hub Registrations are OPEN!

We are offering a smaller Hub programme in Term 2. We hope that your family will join us and support us as we rebuild our Thursday Hub programme after such a long (covid-enforced) break. Hub enquiries are welcome to

Term 2, 2022:
Thurs 12/05 to 30/06, 8 weeks
*Ballet will run for 10 weeks

~ Nina & the HASCA Hub team

HASCA Happenings

Farewell to our longstanding committee members, Kelley, Miriam, and Lisa. Thank you so much ladies for your commitment to HASCA and our homeschooling community over many years.

Membership for 2022 has been reduced from $20pa per family to $15 (to Dec 31).

To join HASCA please see “membership”.

Admin and membership enquiries to

Thank you for your support!
~ Sandra, Andrew & committee

HASCA Library News

The HASCA members’ Library will reopen in Term 2 when the Hub restarts (on May 12th).

Please ensure you sign-out your books, & check-in your books (on your family’s page) when you return them. This is important!

Please do not leave any library books or resources anywhere outside of the cupboards. You must lock up all returned items.

Please help us by following the library rules, so we can continue to provide this wonderful service. We are volunteers & appreciate your support.

Warmest regards,
~ Jo, Library Coordinator

Your family’s commitment to the HASCA HUB Programme: Please do carefully consider your commitment each term towards these wonderful programmes as cancellations, particularly last minute ones, are inconsiderate and disappointing for our hardworking coordinators and tutors. Cancellations can result in entire classes being cancelled (due to insufficient numbers) which is a lost opportunity for others. The HASCA Hub Team, all volunteers, and the many helpers, teachers and class coordinators invest a massive amount of time and energy so your kind consideration and your support is very much appreciated. Thank you.

Our Commitment to You: As long as you keep coming, supporting us, and enjoying what we offer, we will do our very best to provide wonderful learning opportunities for all homeschooling families & support seminars for parents. We do try to offer new and varied activities each term, whilst continuing the most popular and much-loved classes and activities too.

Respect for Others: Have you noticed a few tiny gaps in our programme or weekly offerings? There are many classes and activities which already run locally outside of the HASCA umbrella – so you may see small gaps in what we offer. This is only because we want to be mindful and respectful of the many other wonderful learning opportunities already running in our homeschooling community such as drama classes.

Keen to get involved?! Let Nina or one of our HASCA Hub team know if you are keen to teach a class or take part in some way. We would love to talk over your ideas and see whether they might work with our vision.

Find HASCA on Facebook:HASCA Homeschool Sports & Cultural Association Inc.” and “Friends of HASCA“.

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