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Key attributes our young people should be taught and encouraged to reflect

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Self Taught - Self Made
Self Taught - Self Made

Teaching and learning is a community effort - each one, teach one - but the start begins at home.

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Hujambo Welcome to
Afrikan Community Homeschool Network!

 

ACHN is a FREE educational platform created with the purpose of providing families with a more Afrikan Centred Educational structure.  With the steady increase in elective homeschooling families, the aim is to unify and bring together those on that journey. 

Developed specifically for those of Black/ Afrikan Heritage, we're here to help and support those who are either already practicing or have an interest in Homeschooling their child/ren but can just as readily be used to supplement your childs current educational structure. We hope to support you and your family along your schooling journey from start to finish, so the curriculum provided is currently for preschoolers, primary and secondary learners (0-16yrs).

Sign-up today for your free Membership

and access to our Materials and Resources!

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An Afrikan Centred Curriculum

The purpose of an Afrikan Centered Education is to create a solid cultural foundation.

 

Providing each child with a sense of pride  and confidence; through knowledge of self. Helping them to establish their place in the world and their purpose within it.  Having a 'WE' ideology over one that reaffirms the individual with 'I'. Unity is fundamental for our continued liberty.

 

Sign-up and view our Curriculum, resources, library and links within our Academic Services.

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Understanding the need for Self-sufficiency is key to nation building and long term sustainability. Organic home grown food produce is a great way to provide that platform for young people who have yet to be exposed to agriculture.  

Further details, along with ideas,  examples, guidance and pictures can be found within our  Cultural Services section.

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The Village

The beauty of growing up within a village setting is vast becoming a thing of the past, especially for those who reside in cities away from family and a close knit community.  The Afrikan Proverb - 'It takes a Village to raise a child', still holds true regardless of the technological advancements being witnessed today. 

A fundamental aspect missing from our community is the 'Village', our collective responsibility to and for each other.  Being examples of that is the first steps to it returning as a common practice amongst our young once again.

Working together, all things are possible.  The village has been created to help re-establish the community, wherever we may be and provide guidance, security and protection for you the parent and teacher, as well as our young. 

 

Sign-up and become a member of our Village. 

 

If you are interested in teaching our young or volunteering, please refer to our Teachers & Volunteers section.

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