EduInc - Education Incorporated Boutique School

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EduInc is a registered, affordable, IEB Private School in Fourways South Africa teaching grades 4 to 12 with 10 children per class.

Choosing the right school for your child is one of the biggest responsibilites of being a parent.

With our very small classes, each child is assured personal attention from our qualified and caring teachers. As a mainstream IEB GDE-registered and Umalusi-accredited school, our Matrics write the same exams as the other private IEB schools you are familiar with.

We’re extremely proud of our 100% pass rate and look forward to answering any questions you may have about EduInc.

This podcast channel will give you some insight into how EduInc operates and communicates with its community.

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Covid’s impact on independent education: a Kodak moment?

Hybrid in a post-Covid world. Relevance, reflection & practical application

In this episode Jax addresses the Heads of central region independent schools, taking them through Edu Inc’s Covid journey, asking some tough questions about missed leadership opportunities and pointing out easily sustainable and practical contributions to education in a post-Covid world.
Connect with Jax

EduInc pupils awarded Best Delegation at Model UN

In this episode, Ms Itumeleng Mphure (Youth Programme Officer for the SAIIA Model UN) speaks to host Samantha Brief (EduInc History teacher) about the work of the SAIIA Model United Nations.

They are joined by the EduInc Best Delegation winners, Sanaa Raseroka, India Sher, and Lulama Mabunda, as well as Hayley McGowan, Mika Mathebula, and Chad Fannaroff.

The EduInc students share their experiences and the advice they offer to future EduInc students who wish to participate in the SAIIA Model UN competition.
Connect with Itumeleng Learn more about SAIIA's Model UN program

Is your child's school run by Managers or Leaders? | Jax Aitchison

The role of leadership in promoting change in education.

As you may well expect, this is a very important, and easy, question to ask. Answering it however, presents far more of a challenge.

The good news is that, as part of her MA in Educational Leadership studies, Edu Inc Executive Head, Jax Aitchison, has applied quite some time to this very issue, and distilled some of her findings and advice into this podcast.

Take a few minutes to listen in, you may well see your child's school differently.

Grade 5 Going Greener Solar Electricity Project

Our Grade 5s have started a really wonderful initiative to raise funds for our "Going Greener" projects, the first of which is to install 20 kilowatts of solar electricity generation!

You can help them achieve their goal by donating:
100 Watts = R3,000
500 Watts = R13,500
1000 Watts = R25,000

At several milestones along the way, the entire school will receive some really cool prizes!

4000 = Dog Ate My Homework
8000 = Civvies Day
12000 Cellphone @ School
16000 Get out of Detention and finally...
20000 Joker!

Don't delay, donate today and let's reduce our reliance on Eskom while saving money too.
Donate Now See the Leadboard

Ruthless curiosity, recreational obsessions and good views on gaming

Why hobbies make us happy and the importance of having them with Richard Mulholland (Missing Link Founder and CEO)

In this episode Mr and Mrs Aitchison connect with Richard Mulholland, this time to talk about how ruthless curiosity leads to recreational obsessions, the things that fill up our gas tanks and make us happy. Rich does this by sharing his unique insights into hobbies, gaming and raising children in the 21st century.
Missing Link Website Why is Richard always so happy?

The difference that makes the difference

Today we go deep!

In a sometimes very emotional conversation about why parents move their children to a new school. What are the reasons? The many challenges? The prejudices and fears. What concerns led them to change?

And what advice do they give to others whose children are just not loving school?

Join Mandy, Creina and Debbie in conversation with EduInc Headmaster, Gershom Aitchison, and discover that you (and your child) are not alone.
Come and see our school for yourself

Control what you can

There's an ancient Chinese curse along the lines of "may you live in interesting times."

Well, given the rollercoaster SA has been through these past few weeks, we're certainly in interesting times.

Today Mr. and Mrs. Aitchison help you put things in perspective and remind us all to focus on controlling what we can.

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