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Early Childhood Development

Early Childhood Development

142 teachers and 1239 learners

The events which occur during early childhood has a lasting impact and will affect a child’s growth and development throughout his or her life. We have identified various ways in which to ensure that the children in Bitou get the best out of their early childhood experience.

Literacy Development

Literacy Development

378 learners

Too many of our learners from deeply deprived backgrounds experience difficulty in coping with the educational curriculum in the Foundation Phase (Grades 1-3), on average learners in the local schools obtain poor Literacy and Mathematic scores. The objective of this programme is to prepare the children adequately for formal schooling.

Mathematics Development

Mathematics Development

25 teachers and 1398 learners

Mathematics Specialists provide on-the-job training and facilitation meetings and workshops to teachers within a specific phase: Foundation Phase Grades R – 3; Intermediate Phase Grades 4-6; Senior Phase Grades 7-9, in 9 schools in the Bitou area.

Khanya Project

Khanya Project

20 learners

“Everyone can rise above their circumstances and achieve success if they are dedicated to

and passionate about what they do.”

Nelson Mandela

 

Science Enrichment

Science Enrichment

6 learners and 2 teachers

Scifest Africa allows South Africa and the world’s leading scientists the opportunity to share their work, to make Science accessible to all, to network with one another, to provide career guidance and to act as role models for our youth.

Learner Support

Learner Support

15 teachers 142 learners

Interventions that improve the general well-being of all children and teach them how to express their feelings and needs without resorting to threats, manipulation, violence or abuse

Youth Development

Youth Development

2155 learners

Education is the great engine of personal development. It is through education that the daughter of a peasant becomes a doctor, that the son of a mineworker can become the head of the mine, that the child of farm workers can become the president of a nation. It is what we make out of what we have, not what we are given, that separates one person from another. - Nelson Mandela -

Professional Development

Professional Development

432 teachers and 2153 learners

 We focus on supporting and developing teachers skills, knowledge and expertise within their area of teaching. School leaders and managers have been empowered by experts such as Professor Jonathan Jansen.

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