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Why You Should Choose Online Schooling?

Violence in South African Schools is on the rise.

While the definition of bullying is quite broad, its meaning is to seek to harm, intimidate, or coerce someone, perceived as weak or vulnerable.


Has your child ever complained about any of the following?

Gangs of children cutting your child off from any social interaction or making friends. Children spreading vicious rumors about your child. Constant threats or intimidation. Stealing your child’s canteen money or school stuff.  Damaging your child’s belongings or taking them away by force. Coercing other children to hurt your child by punching, kicking, choking, hitting, biting, or violently shoving them.

These are all serious violations of your child’s rights and may cause severe trauma and self-confidence issues, which in turn affects their studies and your child ends up making excuses, not to go to school or starts bunking.

 In South Africa, violence in schools violates learners’ constitutional right to ”freedom and security of the person, which includes the right to be free from all forms of violence” (Constitution of RSA, Act 108 of 1996). Further, school violence violates the right to basic education for learners.

Bullying in schools is a global phenomenon that has the potential to impact children not only physically but also emotionally. In South Africa, countless children fall victim to bullying, harassment, and abuse at schools. A myriad of constitutional rights is infringed upon when bullying occurs, and the problem is escalating. – Resource: Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal (PELJ)

The scourge of violence in South African schools is cause for concern; daily reports appear in the written and electronic media about high levels of violence, physical and sexual abuse, and gang-related activities in our schools. Carrying knives, guns and other weapons has become part of daily school life. These incidents underline the extent of violence and crime we experience in our communities, which generally impacts negatively on education and what happens in the school in particular – Resource: UNISA



What can parents do to prevent their child from becoming just another statistic at secular schools?

Bullying appears in many forms, some more subtle than others, but all of them cause some form of mental anguish which can escalate if left unattended. Abuse and related issues at school are heartbreaking daily occurrences and so many South African parents have their hands in their hair not knowing where to turn.

There is a solution, and help is at hand.

Anchored Education is an elite International Online School to study at your own pace in the safety of your own home environment. Uninterrupted, quality education is a fundamental basic right for all students and is required for their ongoing development. Every parent wants their child to feel safe, secure and equipped to confidently navigate their chosen career paths.

Anchored Education is an Online School who through a partnership with International Schooling Corporation (ISC) Singapore, is accredited by Cognia. Learners have access to a unique experience and top-line schooling that provides a person-centered learning environment of their own choice.


Anchored Education is here to help you make a better, more informed choice for your child.

A happy and secure child creates a calm and happy home.

Anchored Education endeavors to promote a viable and credible Online Schooling option from kindergarten to Grade 12. Offering learners, the best American Accredited Online Education, enabling them to study abroad and choose their own career path. Learners work and learn at their own pace, with fewer distractions.  It’s like going to school, but at home.  This allows a balance between studies and leisure time. An environment that is both safe and secure, advances learning capabilities.

Every parent wants nothing less than the best high-quality education for their child, ensuring the growth of their (IQ) Intelligence Quotient. But even more so is the growth of their (EQ) Emotional Quotient or the ability to understand, use, and manage their own emotions in positive ways to relieve stress, communicate effectively, empathize with others, overcome challenges, defuse conflict stress, communicate effectively, and empathize with others. Bullying and violence can severely stunt your child’s EQ

Anchored Education is the perfect Online Schooling vehicle to enrich your child’s learning experience.


Parents play a pivotal role in their child’s education.

Anchored Education offers a blended learning method embracing both conventional and contemporary schooling principles.  With the advent of mobile learning applications, all children now have smartphones, tablets, laptops, and technology at hand, allowing learning to occur in advanced technology-based environments of choice and ease.

Learners can choose from an incredible array of exciting academic subjects: Science, Social Studies, Mathematics, Spanish, Visual Arts, History, English, Biology, Marine Science, Agricultural Science, Art Sciences, Language Art, World History, Coding, Programming, amongst others.

It is thus clear that Anchored Education is truly a global leader in online education, viewing learning as progressive and evolving.

Well-informed parents play a pivotal role in positively influencing their children towards online learning.  To ensure you are making the very best choice for your child’s future, take a virtual tour and ask any pressing questions.


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