Anelle Burger has recently launched The Homeschool Lounge Podcast, so if you have a question re. home education in South Africa, then this is the place to come to. From the HOW to the WHY and the WHERE our informative talks will provide answers and advice. We all need a helping hand sometime or maybe just some inspiration. Here, experienced home educators come alongside you and guide you on your journey.
Did you know that you can support the Cape Home Educators(CHE) with every swipe of your MySchool card from buying your groceries at Woolworths to buying books online at Loot?
In 2016 CHE decided to not have a membership fee of R180 per family per year. This means that we are dependent on donations and the income from the MySchool Program.
By nominatingCape Home Educatorsas your MySchool card beneficiary, you help us to:
Not ask a membership fee. Engage with the Department of Basic Education (DBE) regarding the laws and policies that govern home education and to continually strive for home education freedom. Use funds to cover representatives’ travel costs (flights, accommodation, car rental, etc.) for attending meetings with the DBE, home education conferences, and expos. To cover our running costs such as website domain hosting, podcasts hosting, educational expos, etc. Investigate and research home education developments both nationally and internationally as the need arise. To help promote home education by contributing funds towards home education expos (e.g. the African Home Education Indaba) and the filming of the Home Education Documentary.
CHE is a volunteer-run organisation. The members of the committee does not receive any payment for the fulfilling of their duties. We need your help in serving the home education community.
If you do not already have a card, please click here. Get a Card
If you have a card, you can add or change the beneficiary to “Cape Home Educators“.