Cape Home Education Expo


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Date : 1 October 2022

Time : 09h00 - 15h00

Place : The Woodmill, Vredenburg Rd Stellenbosch

Costs : R50 (webtickets, available online or at PicknPay

Kids  <18  FREE entrance 


The annual Alternative Education Expo will take place at the Woodmill in Stellenbosch on the 1st of October 2022.


The expo offers a variety of resources to make it worthwhile for parents that are considering home education, parents that have just started out as well as experienced homeschool parents. Come and meet suppliers, other homeschooling parents in the food court and support our young entrepreneurs at the kid's market!


Let the kids come and enjoy the kid's activities!


Homeschool Experts will encourage and equip parents through the presentation of various topics related to home education during our talks and workshops stream.


More Information : www.homeschoolexpo.co.za of 087 231 1644




9:15 - Homeschooling with confidence - top tips to get started.
Wendy Young, Footprints on our land

09:45 - Registration. What does the law say?
Bouwe van der Eems, Pestalozzi Trust

10:15 - Individualised learning: no more teaching to the middle!
Mark Anderson, Koa Academy

10:45 - Why is Socialising and Community Engagement important in Online Schools - The Wingulian Way.
Ian Strydom, Wingu Academy

11:15 - Senior High.
Colin Northmore, Evolve Online School

11:45 - When you don’t know what’s next, homeschooling the Brainfriendly way. Q&A. Veteran homeschool moms and experts.
Thea Lombard,  Saintsburg Edu Village

12:15 - The Role of Cambridge in Home Schooling.
Nicholas Oshry, British International Distance College

12:45 - The vital role of the father and husband in homeschooling.
Marc Ries, Love2Learn

13:15 - Raising outdoor children in an indoor world.
Wendy Young, Footprints on our Land

13:45 - Living life backward - growing up with Dyslexia.
Melissa van Hal, Eduhelp



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