Programmes run by Non-Profit Organisations.

BrainBoosters Catch-Up Reading Programme - by:   BrainBoosters NPC

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: -

The acquisition of a language to a level of function for literacy, speech, comprehension and writing takes time. The Language of Instruction changes to English from Grade 4, leaving thousands of learners behind. This programme introduces 4 English sentences, 36 words and sounds of 21 letters in the alphabet to non-English speaking learners over a 12 week period. The core philosophy is similar to the other BrainBoosters programmes and children become familiar with the processes. This programme achieves an "I can" confidence with the learners and reading becomes less of a challenge.   more >

Innovate the Cape - by:   Innovate South Africa

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2015-01-20 - 2015-10-31

Innovate the Cape is a high school innovation challenge. An innovation ignition team runs design thinking workshops with youth around Cape Town asking learners to come up with solutions to local problems. The learners submit their ideas which are evaluated by an international judging panel. The the top groups are chosen to go through a prototyping phase. Each group is given seed funding, mentors and attend design thinking and entrepreneurship workshops to help them kickstart their ideas. At the end of the prototyping phase the groups have a final showcase to pitch for further funding.   more >

Other Programmes:Innovate the Cape  

Adolescent Prevention & intervention Programmes - by:   Hope House Counselling Centre

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: -

1. Life Skills, which give learners the skills & tools to make good choices and supports the L.O curriculum,giving them an understanding of themselves and how they fit into society and what type of person they would like to become 2 Brief Addiction Intervention - to stop migration from dagga to harder drugs 3. Longer addiction intervention for learners 4 Strengthening Families programme - teaching the family unit skills on being a cohesive, functional family All these programmes are run on a continuum, and are aimed at retaining the learners in school till Grade 12 All these programmes are evidence based programmes   more >

Other Programmes:Adolescent Preven...  

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Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2015-02-25 - 2015-02-25

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Trying it out - by:   Tester

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2015-03-10 - 2015-03-10

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Accredited: Not Accredited
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Accredited: Not Accredited
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Scout Programme - by:   SCOUTS South Africa

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2015-01-13 - 2017-12-13

Youth go through a progressive advancement system using the outdoors. Everything is done through "learning by doing" based on a shared value system. Older youth (14-17 years old) will show the younger youth (11-14 years) how to do things. Topics covered: Leadership, teamwork, discipline, first aid, HIV/Aids prevention, environmental education, climate change, Food gardening, entrepreneurial skills, cooking, nutrition. The young people meet on a weekly basis for 2 hours and then they also go on camps, hikes etc over weekends and holidays.   more >

Other Programmes:Scout Programme  

Lights On - by:   Hillsong Africa Foundation

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: -

Afterschool kids' club.   more >

Other Programmes:Lights On  READBABYREAD  Sport 4 Development  

READBABYREAD - by:   Hillsong Africa Foundation

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: -

Literacy Development Project with the aim to empower primary schools across Africa to actively and effectively fight illiteracy.   more >

Other Programmes:Lights On  READBABYREAD  Sport 4 Development  

Sport 4 Development - by:   Hillsong Africa Foundation

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: -

By using sport as a vehicle for change, Sport 4 Development aims to transform communities, eradicate gang activities, break strongholds and raise up community based leaders – individuals that will lead and impact in every sphere of life.   more >

Other Programmes:Lights On  READBABYREAD  Sport 4 Development  

Reading Eggs - by:   Click Foundation Trust

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2015-07-27 - 2016-12-31

Reading Eggs intervention is to assist learners achieve English literacy proficiency at an age appropriate level and beyond. Our focus is on learners from Grade R to Grade 4, in formal school environments. As a secondary target group we will assist informal environments (ECD and Afterschool) with access to the programme. The programme: Supports acquisition of foundation phase literacy skills and can back-fill gaps Online, phonetics based Provides visual and auditory instruction (reading games, activities, songs, animation, rewards) Repetition, revision and consolidation of skills Individualised (1:1) and self-paced learning Requires only basic facilitation We have created a job opportunity model with the employment of facilitators from the local community to work in the school's computer lab. The role has been a job creation opportunity for out-of-work youth and parents who have displayed an interest in technology and in working with their local communities.Where possible, we have leveraged existing unused, or under-utilised computer rooms. The environments are co-ordinated and managed by existing staff or facilitators. Visit www.clickfoundation.co.za for more information.   more >

Other Programmes:Reading Eggs  

Mentoring facilitators of after-school programs - by:   Outliers

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2014-05-01 - 2024-04-30

To achieve our goal of improving access to free quality education through after-school programs, we mentor facilitators and support them in 5 key areas: 1. We help create safe spaces for learning by conducting site visits and assisting with developing policies for good governance and child protection. 2. We increase access to academic resources by partnering with suppliers of quality, contextual resources at reduced cost to our after-school programs. 3. We provide training for tutors in basic literacy and numeracy skills, as well as other teaching skills such as recognizing learning styles or learning disorders. 4. We equip mentors for career development by training mentors and providing them with tools to help students build navigational capacity and make further study and work plans. 5. We grow a social network to create new connections to opportunity for students in the after-school programs, including opportunities such as job shadows, internships, bursaries and scholarships.   more >

Other Programmes:Mentoring facilit...  

3 Rs: Reading, Running, Right-ing - by:   Anna Foundation

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2007-01-01 - 2035-07-29

The Anna Foundation was started in 2005 to provide a safe and constructive place for rural children living on farms to be after the school gates close. Their professionally designed “3 R’s Programme: Reading, Running and Right-ing” is implemented in the afternoons for learners from Grade R to 12 and involves education, sports and life skills programmes which are implemented through drama. Children participate in all three aspects of the programme. Reading: In the ‘Reading’ hour, each child receives a grade-specific worksheet which includes literacy and numeracy activities. Activities in the worksheets are central to the life skills theme for the month. Homework support is offered and remedial assistance is given to those children with learning barriers, many of whom have various degrees of Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders. Running: Sports lessons are aimed at increasing fitness levels, improving motor skills, developing team work and introducing the children to new types of sports. Right-ing: Life skills lessons are taught through drama and drama games. The focus of this programme is to instil values and deal with social issues by developing communication skills, problem solving skills, creativity and imagination as well as learning to have empathy for others. Drama helps children to develop confidence and positive self-esteem.   more >

Skills Training for Rural Women - by:   Anna Foundation

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: -

Women and men from the rural communities are trained as 3 R’s facilitators. The majority do not have a background in education but receive on-going training (monthly group sessions and one on one) given by the Anna Foundation, equipping them with skills and providing them with the support they need to successfully run the programme in the afternoons.   more >

After Care Centre - by:   Riverview Primary

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2010-01-25 - 2020-11-27

Learners are kept busy with educational activities after school until they are picked up by their parents after work.   more >

Other Programmes:After Care Centre  

Ikhaya Pre-Primary Early Childhood Development - by:   Vision Afrika

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2015-01-12 - 2015-12-14

The Ikhaya Pre-Primary School is a pleasant and cosy part of the Trust Centre, Vision AfriKa’s facility in Kayamandi, and has four classrooms. The classrooms are colourful, well equipped and maintained which makes it the ideal learning environment for young children. The children attending the Ikhaya Pre-Primary School are between 2 and 6 years old. They are divided into four groups, allowing them to play and learn with children from their own age. During the day all children are stimulated to grow by qualified teachers. There is a wide range of activities such as: craftwork, reading, mathematics, gymnastics, singing, dancing and many more. Besides these fun learning activities, children can play inside or on the outside playground. Healthy nutrition is of importance to develop a healthy lifestyle. All children get varied and nutritious food every day of the week. The Ikhaya Pre-Primary School adheres to the stringent regulations stipulated in the National Early Learning and Development Standards (NELDS). This set of guidelines form the framework for the curriculum contents for the Ikhaya Pre-Primary School programme.   more >

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Paper Video Partnership - by:   Actuarial Society Education Trust

Accredited: Working towards accreditation by the national Department of Basic Education.
Running from: -

In collaboration with Paper Video, the trust makes available support material to underprivileged schools. Material takes the form of video solutions for past exam papers in Mathematics, Physical Sciences, Life Sciences (Biology) and Accounting across grades 10, 11 and 12. If a student is struggling with a particular problem, they are one click/scan away from accessing an experienced teacher who will take them through the problem, step by step. More than 6 000 exam questions and their video solutions are available at www.papervideo.co.za. Papers are made available in book form, with the solutions, as well. Where internet access is a problem, the videos can be made available on dvd or SD cards. This material will be used in a national pilot teacher training scheme in October 2015. It has been used in various corporate community involvement schemes.   more >

Tertiary Bursaries for Employees Children - by:   Polyoak Family Education Foundation

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2009-01-01 - 2030-01-01

We offer Tertiary bursaries for our employees' children. The employees' children must pass Gr12 on their own however we start our career guidance in grade 11 or as early as possible and collect termly reports from Grade 10. We run a means test to determine what the families estimate family contribution to education would be. The Polyoak Family Education Foundation (PFEF) will either offer a full (fees and textbooks/essential materials) or part bursary (part fees only) to the employee for their child's tertiary education. The child/learner and the family receive detailed documents detailing what we expect from the family and learner though out the year. It is not an academic bursary; our aim is to educated these learners for employment however we do require constant academic feedback from the learners to support them or redirect them to a more appropriate course. Our bursaries are for studies at government subsidized Institutions only and for courses approved by our trustees and management. We have an in depth application process to ensure learners are choosing the most appropriate course to study.   more >

Teacher Training - by:   Actuarial Society Education Trust

Accredited: Department of Basic Education (national)
Running from: 2015-10-05 - 2015-10-09

Maths and Science teachers at two centres in Gauteng and one each in North West, Mpumalanga and Limpopo will be trained, using Paper Video material and trainers.   more >

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