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The first few years at school are crucial in a child's development, as the foundation of learning is laid as they learn the basics of literacy and numeracy. However, parents in the Free State fear that learners could lose out on this crucial development.

 


Teachers are the heartbeat of a country’s society as they play a crucial role in educating the next generation of roleplayers, medical professionals, engineers, sports stars, business people and all leaders.

 


Choosing a private school is a complex process and the wide range of available options does not make it any easier.  Over the past decade, private schooling in South Africa has changed significantly and there are now private schools available across the economic spectrum.


Every child is different and some of them learn in different ways. Teachers around the world are looking at innovative solutions to solve learning challenges in the classroom.


Applications for education assistant jobs are now open for those hoping to be a part of the second phase of applications. The Basic Education Employment Initiative (BEEI) is a government initiative that is calling on young people to apply for a chance to fill 287 000 education assistant vacancies.


When it comes to the future of education, you may think that teaching children to be more technologically-minded is the way forward, and while developing this critical skill for a 4IR world is incredibly important, more and more value is being placed on school-leavers who can operate in creative, flexible and empathetic ways.


South Africa’s biggest and most trusted homeschooling provider, Impaq, is launching a new online school at a time when demand for distance education continues to grow rapidly.


Covid-19 and the subsequent lockdown has dominated news headlines and social media feeds for months. As adults, we understand the current and future implications of the pandemic and the subsequent lockdown but this isn’t as clear cut for children. Find out how you can explain the Covid-19 pandemic to your children. 


Learners from 10 schools in Gauteng will join hundreds of organisations to celebrate Safer Internet Day (SID) on 10 February.

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