Confused? Worried? Follow these 4 steps:

(1) *Join the Pestalozzi Trust.* If you are English-speaking, join here:


If you are Afrikaans-speaking, join here:


The Pestalozzi Trust will support you and protect your children’s right to education. Members receive an emergency number to call when in conflict with the authorities regarding their homeschooling. We help you sort out the problem.

(2) *Give the school notice* in a friendly, grateful manner.

(3) *Organise your child’s learning materials.* Use what you have at hand. Buy what you can afford or what works best for you now. Consider buying books only, eg from Lindy Malan (012 546 0701) to give yourself the chance to do research for the future, and to give your family some breathing space to get used to the new situation. Remember: Your child is NOT going to fall behind! In a home environment the child is learning much more than at school – it is real life! At home your child is in a safe, loving environment, with parents who care for him and like discussing all important stuff in life with him and reading to and with him. Make the most of this time: Teach him everything you know, all the important things in life, and everything you want him to know before he leaves the home one day as an adult.

(4) *Listen to the Podcast* Homeschooling and the Law (https://pestalozzi.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Homeschooling-the-Law-2020.04.25-online-audio-converter.com_.mp3)
or the Potgooi Tuisonderwys en die Wet (https://pestalozzi.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Tuisonderwys-die-wet-2020.04.25-online-audio-converter.com_.mp3) for information on registration. Contact us at defensor@pestalozzi.org if you have any further questions.

Enjoy spending time with your child!