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Homeschooling is schooling which occurs outside of a registered school, adheres to an appropriate curriculum and is administered primarily by a parent, with the help of a teacher or tutor. Parents typically opt for homeschooling for personal or religious reasons or where children have unique needs.
(Please note: Homeschooling is for children who aren't in a school and, instead, receive their primary education at home. If you'd like a tutor to come to your house for after-school tutoring please visit our School Tutoring page.)
Parents are legally responsible for the education of their children, but often need help with teaching and tutoring. After all, not all of us have the time or skills to teach effectively.
Our homeschooling service involves placing and managing a competent tutor or teacher for the purposes of conducting a homeschooling programme.
Homeschooling tutoring ranges from 3-4 hours per day and 3-5 days per week.
If the learner is of compulsory school-going age (Grades 1 – 9), parents must ensure that he or she is registered with the relevant authorities or alternatively be confident of their legal position to do otherwise. The compulsory phases of education are the foundation phase (grades 1 - 3), the intermediate phase (grades 4 - 6) and the senior phase (grades 7 - 9). Generally speaking, during these phases, Home Schooled learners require 2 to 4 hours of tutoring per day.
The parent of a learner who is no longer of compulsory school-going age or grade need not apply for registration for Home Schooling.
However, if the parent wants the learner to be accredited for their studies so as to achieve National Senior Certificate recognition for the relevant grades, it is recommended that the learner be registered for the those particular examinations through an institution, using an approved curriculum. The institution will also be able to assist with programme management, curriculum support and supervision.
Currently there is no accredited home schooling curriculum that has the formal approval of the Department of Education. However, Teach Me 2 is able to recommend the following curriculum and learning resource providers.
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