About Charlene Chauvet-Swart

Charlene is a full time 'husband supporter', mother of one homeschooled child and a fearless retired sky diver and business owner, who has dedicated her life to her family and spends her spare time contributing and adding value to the homeschooling community, as well as assisting in developing programs and running workshops to help people who require relationship and self-development training and support. Charlene's biggest dream is to see all people transform to a place where everyone will act for the sake and benefit of the whole at large, in order to create a world that works for everyone, everywhere, ultimately leaving an inheritable world for our children and all future generations to come. Her favourite hobbies are baking, fire hoola-hooping, teaching children how to spin poi, and writing.

Children need a calm environment- Nature vs. Nurture part 3.

2021-04-09T11:21:35+02:00

"One of the first things I was taught by my late health and parenting mentor, Aleksandra Trent, was that children needed a calm environment - as well as very strong routine and discipline - from 3 months of age and through the formative years" This would offer structure for the child and enable them to [...]

Children need a calm environment- Nature vs. Nurture part 3.2021-04-09T11:21:35+02:00

Celebrating a true genius!

2021-03-11T12:33:50+02:00

Intrepid on-the-spot reporter, Gerda Welman, spoke to homeschool stalwart Heinrich Rall about his incredible journey with his son, Hjalmar, a story that is an inspiration to many. Heinrich Rall, believes there are plenty of gifted children in the country, but the question arises about whether parents, and the school system, truly have the capacity to [...]

Celebrating a true genius!2021-03-11T12:33:50+02:00

Concerning registration.

2021-04-01T13:17:57+02:00

“When I first started homeschooling a few years ago I was utterly confused by the law – despite the fact that I am a qualified attorney holding a masters degree in law. After reading pieces of legislation, various websites and forums and talking to people at homeschooling expos, I came to the conclusion that the [...]

Concerning registration.2021-04-01T13:17:57+02:00

Nature Vs. Nurture – part 1

2021-04-10T13:17:49+02:00

Professionals will tell us that the formative years of a child’s life is the first seven. Most of us, I think, would agree. After all, it is during this time that a child develops their character and beliefs. It is an essential time in life, where a child’s character or personality is formed, shaping that [...]

Nature Vs. Nurture – part 12021-04-10T13:17:49+02:00

Review by Salomie Rademeyer (11):

2020-11-19T22:07:24+02:00

Race Against Time: Revenge in the Silent Tomb by J.J. Fortune It wasn’t the extract that made me read this book. It was the front cover that caught my attention. It’s a picture of three people in a pit of deadly scorpions! Revenge in the Silent Tomb is the first book in the Race Against [...]

Review by Salomie Rademeyer (11):2020-11-19T22:07:24+02:00

Resensie deur Tristan Heckroodt (16)

2021-03-24T21:15:37+02:00

Onderwêreld deur Fanie Viljoen. Onderwêreld is ’n jeugroman met ’n kinkel. Dis ’n fantastiese boek om hedendaagse kinders se konsentrasievermoë te verskerp. Die boek is uniek weens die manier waarop dit geskryf is, die konsentrasie wat dit benodig en die intensiteit van besonderhede. As ’n huidige 16-jarige kan ek onthou hoe ek n jaar terug [...]

Resensie deur Tristan Heckroodt (16)2021-03-24T21:15:37+02:00

Resensie deur Ellard Rademeyer (13):

2021-03-24T21:16:30+02:00

Tom Swift series by Victor Appleton Om Engelse boeke te lees is vir my so aaklig soos om alleen te verjaar tydens die grendelstaat. Dit was voor ek die Tom Swift reeks ontdek het. Vyf-en-twintig boeke later en ek kan steeds nie wag om die volgende een te lees nie! Die oorspronklike Tom Swift reeks [...]

Resensie deur Ellard Rademeyer (13):2021-03-24T21:16:30+02:00

Different approaches to homeschooling.

2020-11-26T12:15:32+02:00

As a homeschooling parent, one of the things I enjoy most about Homeschooling is the freedom to select from what seems like an endless array of inspirational ideas, educational styles, methodologies, experiential wisdom, whether made available on the internet or from books, curriculum, educators, and conferences. Homeschooling parents follow a vast array of educational approaches [...]

Different approaches to homeschooling.2020-11-26T12:15:32+02:00