Programmes run by Non-Profit Organisations.

Grade 4 Literacry - by:   Ikusasa Lethu Tutoring

Accredited: Yomelela Primary school
Running from: 2017-02-01 - 2018-11-01

We have seen that many public primary schools are having a challenge of language barrier for the young children from lower grades and have established a programmed which will cater to grade 4 to 6 in English,Maths and Science .This has been created to help primary school learners who are struggling to understand English by assisting them in understanding the structure of the questions which are set in their tests and enable those learners who have never been tutored English to have a first hand experience .   more >

Other Programmes:Grade 4 Literacry  

Kasi Theatre - by:   One Love Generation

Accredited: Social Development
Running from: 2017-03-20 - 2020-12-31

The Kasi theatre program is a community based center/theatre (soon to be built) where youth and community members will be invited for different events and program hosting to facilitate the organization’s main core projects and programs. The theatre will be a platform for holding the following events, projects and programs. Our target mission is to have 40 theatres in 9 provinces by 2020.   more >

Other Programmes:Kasi Theatre  

YearBeyond - by:   ff

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: -

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Innovation Programme - by:   Western Cape Primary science Programme (PSP)

Accredited: SACE
Running from: 2018-01-17 - 2018-11-14

The Innovation Project - an annual programme of short courses for 800+ individual teachers to improve and deepen content knowledge and practical teaching strategies. For three terms each year, a rich programme of afternoon courses is presented for teachers from Grade R to Grade 7 focusing on Natural Sciences & Technology (NST), Mathematics, Language & Literacy, Social Sciences and the Environment. Courses for School Management Teams (SMTs) to manage teachers’ professional development and courses to strengthen isiXhosa first language teaching and learning are recent additions to PSP's Innovation Programme.   more >

Accredited: SACE
Running from: 2017-01-01 - 2018-11-30

The Cluster Project - a two-year cycle of intensive training and classroom coaching and support with specific project schools in collaboration with the Education Department, benefiting over 300 teachers per cycle. PSP’s Cluster Project works in collaboration with the Education Department. It is a two-year cycle of intensive training and classroom coaching and support with foundation phase Mathematics teachers and intermediate phase Natural Sciences & Technology (NST) teachers, from small clusters of schools identified by the Department as the most in need.   more >

Joint Mentorship Project (JMP) - by:   Western Cape Primary science Programme (PSP)

Accredited: SACE
Running from: 2017-01-01 - 2018-11-30

PSP’s Joint Mentorship Project (JMP) is a two-year cycle of mentorship that supports first-time teachers in their early years in the profession, fast-tracking their adjustment to the school and teaching environments and ensuring they are well-prepared to teach. The project responds to a pattern in South Africa of new teachers leaving the occupation within their first few years of teaching, often due to being overwhelmed by the challenges and realities of the classroom. The PSP aims to bridge the gap between the theoretical training they have received at university or teacher training institutions, and the realities of classroom practice and managing workloads, in order to encourage more confident, knowledgeable and better-equipped teachers. Each first-time teacher (FTT) enrolled in the Project is assigned a PSP Mentor who will coach and support them over the next 2 years. The PSP Mentor visits the teacher in their school to discuss the challenges and difficulties they face, and a tailored plan of integrated support is drawn up. The PSP Mentor also joins the FTT in their classroom to observe HOW they teach, noting any additional obstacles and tackling these issues through coaching, training and materials support.   more >

Mathematical Thinking Short Course - by:   AIMSSEC

Accredited: Endorsed by SACE for 15 Professional Points
Running from: 2018-01-03 - 2018-01-12

The Mathematical Thinking (MT) course is for teachers and subject advisers and involves a 10 day residential course during school holidays, followed by 3 months of distance learning. All participants are expected to be in residence for the full duration of the course and are taught according to the phases of their learners, ranging from grade 4 to grade 12. There is a test at the end of the residential course to assess the content learnt during the course. Each participant is expected to complete 2 assignments following the residential course. The assignments are designed to encourage the participants to reflect on their teaching practice as they embark on a journey of lifelong learning. The purpose of the MT course is to secure and extend subject knowledge of mathematics and to develop pedagogical insights which lead to inquiry-based learning. There is an emphasis on planning for learning (rather than planning for teaching), differentiation, inclusive learning, progression, reflection on one’s practice using journals and the use of formative assessment tools to identify strengths and weaknesses of learners. Our target audience is teachers who would like to change from the traditional “chalk and talk” approach to a more learner-centred one, who want to be enthused with a fresh approach to teaching and learning mathematics, who are newly qualified or under-qualified and want to be part of a mathematics community to share good practice and try new ideas.   more >

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MTG - by:   Personal Co.

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2018-01-17 - 2018-06-21

MTG is da bomb   more >

Other Programmes:MTG  

YOUNG FILMMAKERS PROGRAMME - by:   Young Filmmakers Programme

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2017-11-08 - 2018-12-31

Developing short film -makers. Inviting raw talent and interested people to tell a story using film   more >

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Education Programme - by:   Just Grace NPC

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2018-01-01 - 2018-12-31

Just Grace is a non-profit company with the overarching objective of poverty alleviation in Langa, Cape Town. Our first initiative is our Education Programme which involves after-school tutoring, mentoring, career guidance, university/college application assistance, and computer training for grade 10, 11 and 12 learners. The programme is open to any learners who live or attend school in Langa. This programme is designed to assist the youth in Langa to reach their full potential and to allow them to meaningfully contribute to society.   more >

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BEST Program - by:   James House

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2011-01-03 - 2050-12-31

BEST- Building Emotionally Strong Teens Best- is a school-based therapeutic programme facilitating professional interventions in the lives of adolescents who are at risk of institutionalisation due to their challenging and often destructive behaviour at home, at school, and in the community. The programme provides systemic intervention for the child, the family, and the school. Separate programmes are run for boys and girls aged 12-14 years. An overview The programme consist of four sequential stages: • The selection process • The camp • The therapeutic process • 18 months aftercare programme The therapeutic process consists of the following: • 16 Life-skills themes • Homework Support • Teacher Support • Fathers Group • Women of Worth • Proactive Parenting • Family Counselling The selection process Identified in collaboration with the school and the local DCPO (DSD), 60 at-risk leaners between the ages of 12 and 14 years are screened to participate in the programme. The qualifying 10 boys and 10 girls meet the following criteria: • They are identified as the most at-risk • They are neither mentally retarded nor Psychotic • They are not substance dependent • They freely commit to the programme The Camp There are two intakes per year and the therapeutic process is for six months. Every intake kicks off with induction camp where each child’s needs, behaviour challenges, strengths and developmental areas are observed and documented.   more >

Other Programmes:BEST Program  ISIBINDI  Champions  STARS  

OLICO@YeBo - by:   OLICO Education

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2017-02-01 - 2018-12-31

Making maths make sense.   more >

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Young Knitters Club - by:   Learning In Reach

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2017-01-01 - 2018-12-31

Knitting lessons for children aged 6-13 years old.   more >

Other Programmes:Young Knitters Club  Play Handball  

PRBTEST - by:   prbtest

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: -

PRBTEST   more >

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After School Programme - by:   Amy Foundation formerly The Amy Biehl Foundation

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2018-01-29 - 2018-12-07

Our Amy Foundation After School Programme (ASP) currently operates five afterschool centres: Mimosa Primary (Bonteheuwel), iSigcawu Primary (Crossroads), Siyazingisa Primary (Gugulethu), Bongolethu Primary (Philippi), and Impendulo Primary (Khayelitsha). Each of our After School Centres (ASCs) are open to all local learners aged 5 - 18, not only those students who attend the school at which our ASP operates. Each of our After School Centres (ASCs) operate daily, Monday - Thursday, from 15h00 - 17h30. Impendulo Primary ASC in Khayelitsha runs Monday - Friday. Our After School Programme (ASP) offers learners a variety of programmes/disciplines. Learners have a choice of which class they attend and are strongly encouraged to attend a class for at least a term before changing classes. Some learners choose to attend the same class for several years, while others choose to 'sample' a variety of classes over the years, spending time in one class and then going on to another. Each class falls under a larger 'Programme', as such the Amy Foundation ASP is currently comprised of five programmes, which are: Sport (including soccer, hockey, cricket, netball, rugby); Arts and Culture (including traditional dance, Kwaito dance, Pantsula dance, choir, brass instruments, marimba, gumboots dance, drama); Academic Support (including tutoring classes geared towards specific grade-levels, literacy, maths/numeracy); Life Skills (including Peer Education); and Greening and Environmental classes.   more >

Study Method Mastery - by:   THINKSMART

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2017-02-01 - 2017-12-05

Learner gets customized study method program   more >

Other Programmes:Study Method Mastery  

Skills training Programme and Youth Programme - by:   The Breede Centre

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2017-11-24 - 2018-11-24

The Skills Training Programme offers handyman, needlework, cooking and gardening training for youngsters 15 years and older. The programme includes entrepreneurship, computer and life skills training. A social enterprise is connected to each training. The Youth Programme (YA!) consists of 4 elements: An Afternoon and Holiday Activity Programme for Gr 0 to Gr 6 children offering storytelling, reading, life skills training, arts and crafts, gardening, camps, outings, games, sports and educational support in an encouraging, safe and supportive environment. The On the Road Programme brings the elements of art, play and reading to the children in the streets of the village. A Weekend and Holiday Activity Programme for Gr 7 to Gr 12 teens offering arts, crafts, sports and life skills training as well as a social recreational club. A Foundation Phase Reading Support programme for Grade 2. An Effective Education Programme for Gr 5 to Gr 9 children who dropped out of school focusing on arts, crafts, gardening and life skills training, camps and academic support.   more >

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I study for a Purpose - by:   Learner's Movement of South Africa

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2018-02-01 - 2018-10-31

I Study for a Purpose (ISP) is an educational centred programme that thrives to guide the career aspirations and life skills of learners from early childhood development until tertiary level, with an aim of creating a culture of studying by making them aware of their full potential, exposing them to further opportunities in relation to their desired career aspirations and ensuring an effective utilization of those opportunities at their disposal so to pave better future for themselves, families and our nation. ISP is our pilot programme and through it we are making the meaningful contribution into our beneficiaries academic and developmental lives through providing weekly career guidance sessions which helps them to reflect and further focus on their ambitions, interests and make informed decisions. Through such an initiative we in advance create the much-needed career awareness, encourage learners to conduct depth research on their desired career paths, teach them how to plan, execution of their made decisions and we mentor, if not so, link them to relevant structures and institutions that are relevant to conducting such services. Annual Career Guidance Expo is a project that creates a platform and a market for over 300 grade 11 – 12 learners, 50 unemployed and 50 residents a year from the townships that over a period of have been implemented in the previous 3 years (2014 -2016) in 4 occasions between Delft and Belhar with an exhibitors base of over 60 ranging   more >

Battle of Ideology - by:   Learner's Movement of South Africa

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2018-04-03 - 2018-10-31

Battle of Ideology (BI) is an initiative that aims at using debates and dialogues to navigate through socio-topical issues, with hope to redress the injustices. Debates and dialogues are a vital instrument for identifying, addressing critical social issues, an effective method to engaging and consulting, and the most interesting aspect in bridging the gap in society through promoting social cohesion. This initiative advocates for the societal needs, based on the needs analysis crafted through the dialogues and debates so to find sustainable solutions to the most pressing and important social issues. This programme challenges the ideological sense and methods used through transformative dialogues so to conduct a conducive introspection which will enable the participants an ability to problem-solving, centralise the power within the people and encourage people to drive positive change, and realise social justice by facilitating an awareness process and engage about their problems to come up with their own solutions as opposed to other people acting so on their behalf. Debates and Dialogues (Trainings and Workshop) are means availed for the capacitation and empowerment of the debaters so to be well articulative, analytical and competitive with the world modern debating trainings and resources that enables them to excessively understand the importance of advocacy in formulating sustainable solutions to the social injustices that their communities are cornered with   more >

Riet Lets end Substance Abuse - by:   Rural Institute for Education & Training

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2017-01-16 - 2017-12-15

Substance misuse has a direct relationship with increase in many social problems, racing from poverty to crime, gender-based violence and child abuse. Given this context, establishing substance abuse interventions in this province was an urgent priority.Unlike diagnosis for illness conditions such as tuberculosis or diabetes which can be determined through blood or urine test, drug addiction is somewhat more vague and difficult to define.   more >

Other Programmes:Riet Lets end Sub...  

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