Kingdom Ministries has invited Gavin Keller to share his research on neuro-based learning, which improves the performance and quality of life in young children.
Keller says if the first eight years of a child’s life is dynamic, the child will be able to develop all the essential skills, concepts, attitudes and values needed to succeed in life.
To find out more on how to stimulate children and how to instil sound values, come and listen to Keller, the headmaster of the Sun Valley Primary School in Fish Hoek.
Keller is an educator of note and school leader who has used research in neuro-learning to bring about change in schools and communities.
The event takes place in the auditorium of the Kingdom Ministries on Friday (21/04) at 19:00.
The entry fee is R20.