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Knowledge Network will be trading in Australia under the trademark KnowNet.
Release date 1994






Dear Parents
Welcome to K-Net.

The K-Net concept is unique in this country so I'd like to take this opportunity to tell you a little more about it.

The K-Net Technology Network serves four important needs:

  • It provides a learning facility where children can have fun and learn how to make computers work for them. In this technology-driven age this is essential knowledge. Computers are the best tools for entertainment, research, broadening of general knowledge, school projects, preparing summaries for exams, and further general development, if kids know how to use them effectively.
  • It also provides a meeting place where children can meet others with the same interests and abilities as themselves.
  • It provides a recreational facility for children who have nothing to do during the long school holidays. The stimulating programmes at K-Net are guaranteed to keep them engrossed, motivated and excited about what they are doing.
  • Finally, it provides an advanced learning facility for the children. The developing programmes and different levels of interaction mean that your child will never run out of fresh and exciting things to learn. Kids and teenagers who show an aptitude and interest in the technical aspect of computers, programming, graphics, creative writing, publishing, music or digital video can develop their talents at K-Net.

K-Net is run by educational and computer industry specialists who have many years of experience working with children in recreational, teaching, leadership, computer and sporting environments. Although the atmosphere at K-Net is free, fun and totally unlike school, the K-Net mentors are always around to monitor the environment.

At K-Net, kids are grouped according to interest and experience which is in keeping with the K-Net belief that knowledge knows no age. K-Net mentors encourage children to offer their own input and to give their imaginations free rein.

Please feel free to call me if you have any questions or require additional information.


Jil Hrdliczka




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Knowledge Network
South Africa
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Date of update: 18 February 2009