"Suitable for Auditory, Visual and Kinaesthetic, combined with Reflective " - Learning Styles

Compile and Customise your L2L Curriculum


Based on the grade and/or age level of your children, please make your subject choice selection from the menu on the left and from there you will also be able to establish pricing.

Please remember that in order to offer your child a comprehensive education you will require a combination of both DISCIPLINE STUDIES (at the appropriate Grade level) as well as either one of our CORE PACKAGES or a selection of subjects from our CORE STUDIES.

Testimonials

  • "Sarah has been doing so well with L2L. My husband and I run a business from home and sometimes we have to exchange roles and have turns facilitating our daughter. The awesome part about using the L2L curriculum is that my husband and I can slot in at any stage without an explanation."
    Michelle P. (Cape Town)
  • "(My daughter) received her IGCSE results… She took 7 subjects, 5 of them using Love2Learn. We are delighted with her marks. For the subjects she did through Love2Learn, she got 3x A's & 2x A*."
    Jenny (Lusaka, Zambia)
  • "My application was only 3 weeks in, after which Sally came out to check up on everything. She has been doing this for 20 odd years and according to her, she has never seen such a comprehensive curriculum. They normally only give you 1 year exemption, but in my case, she gave me 2 years. She was so impressed with what I had to show her."
    Lindie (Adelaide, S. Australia)
  • "Thank you for all you and your teams very calculated planning in the engine rooms which take a big burden off us, the moms and teachers, in our home. "
    Bianca M (Mpumalanga, SA)
  • "It is now 4 years... and my trust in Love2Learn's guidance and curriculum has grown.  I cross paths with a lot of homeschooling moms from other countries and when they discuss their curriculums and what they are doing I am so blessed by the peace and contentment I feel about the curriculum I have chosen. I have seen my very active, social son become an independent learner who wants to work things out on his own, who has finally learnt the art of paying attention, and who has become very comfortable narrating back both orally and written."
    Shirley (Sumatra, Indonesia)