'Good enough' should not define your child's education
In this episode, Gershom and Jax Aitchison (Headmaster and Executive Head of Education Incorporated) talk to Mike Stopforth (Director at Beyond Binary) about his decision to move his young daughter from a corporate-owned private school to an independently run private school. He discusses his experience of two private schools with similar fee structures but very different cultures: one whose leadership is driven by shareholders; the other whose leadership is driven by quality relationships, and the effect of these leadership styles on the culture of the schools as a whole.
8 Nov 2022
Education · Society & Culture Gershom Aitchison and Jacqueline Aitchison
In this conversation between Gershom Aitchison (Edu Inc Headmaster) and two mothers Nicola and Jo who have children on the autism spectrum. Nicola's son is 19 and was diagnosed around age 7. Jo's son is 13 and was diagnosed around age 4. They discussed their journeys raising neurodiverse children, including…
Electronic cigarettes, also known as vapes or e-cigarettes, have become popular since they were first developed in the early 2000s. Whether it be in the comfort of their own homes or on the patio of a restaurant or office block, adults and adolescents alike are choosing to vape, leaving only…
In this episode, Gershom Aitchison speaks with Cameron Busch, Lead Coding and Robotics Facilitator at iStore Education, about coding education in South Africa with a focus on accessibility and resilience.
A Look at Young Authors In this episode Jenny Ostrowick talks to Katryst Chari about what is means to be a young author in South Africa. Katryst has a short story published in a book called 'Social Justice Stories: viruses, villains, victims & victors'. She shares valuable insight about how…