- 20 - 22 JUN : Career Indaba (Sandton)
- 22 JUN : Love2Learn Homeschooling Conference (Johannesburg)
- 28 - 29 JUN : Kragdag (Pretoria)
- 29 JUN : Love2Learn Homeschooling Conference (Durban)
- 21 JUN : Homeschooling Seminar (Clarens, FS)
- 26 JUN : Laboratory session (Johannesburg)
- 5 AUG : Entrepeneur kompetisie (Landwyd)
- 5 JUL : Homeschooling seminar (Gauteng)
Parents that would like to make use tutors to assist with their home education can click here for advertisements of individuals or organisations that provide private tutoring services.
Since its inception in 1992, the Association for Homeschooling has promoted the recognition of the right of parents to educate their children within the family in South Africa, as it is recognised in art. 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Right which states: “Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children.” Since 2010, the Association also promotes these parental rights in the larger Southern Africa region.
We follow our calling primarily by:
- Protecting and promoting the right to home education.
- Preventing and solving conflict between our members and education and welfare departments departments and other state authorities, and by defending members families in court if conflict cannot be settled outside the courts.
- Supporting the objectives and activities of other homeschooling organsiations that share our principles.
- Maintaining mutually supportive relationships with homeschoolers in other countries.
For more information phone us at 012 330 1337 or email us or visit our website.
Ouers wat gebruik wil maak van tutors om hulle by te staan in hulle tuisonderwys kan hier kliek vir advertensies van individue en organisasies wat private tutor dienste aanbied.
Sedert sy oprigting in 1992 het die Vereniging vir Tuisonderwys hom beywer vir die erkenning van ouers se reg om hulle kinders binne familieverband op te voed in Suid-Afrika, soos dit erken word in art. 26 van die Universele Verklaring van Menseregte wat verklaar: “Ouers het die reg om te kies watter tipe opvoeding hulle kinders ontvang.” Sedert 2010 bevorder die vereniging hierdie ouerlike regte ook in die Suider-Afrikaanse streek.