Programmes run by Non-Profit Organisations.

Homework Enrichment Lifeskills Programme [HELP] - by:   HELP

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2017-11-27 - 2022-11-27

We give after-school homework support to primary school children from Gr 1 - 6 at Heathfield Primary in Elfindale and Gr 5 and 6 at Thomas Wildschutt Senior Primary in Retreat. We make learning fun with various exercises and concentrate on literacy, numeracy, improving the children's general knowledge, lifeskills and focus. We have a library where children are also encouraged to take books home to read and we have toys for the children to play with when they have finished their work. We ensure that each child has a nutritious sandwich, a juice and a seasonal fruit. We teach the children respect and taking responsibility, sharing and caring for themselves and each other. We give children basic art classes in painting, drawing and colouring in.   more >

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Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2015-08-21 - 2020-12-01

Aitsa After Care wants to positively impact the lives of children by providing a safe, stimulating, loving and nurturing environment after school. In this way enabling them to be exposed to programs, people and places that can enrich their lives and develop their full potential. Giving them a second home away from home and a chance to make better choices and a positive contribution to their community. Our commitment to the children is long term, as we realize that we cannot impact lives in a short space of time- therefor children in our project’s intake age is 5 years-Gr R and they can stay part of the project until 18 years-Gr12.   more >

Other Programmes:Aftercare Facsility  
Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2018-01-08 - 2018-12-14

During the holidays a fun filled holiday programme is followed! It includes arts and culture activities. Also a nutritious balanced meal is provided to ensure a healthy body and mind!   more >

Other Programmes:Holiday Programme  Maths and Reading...  

Learner Education Support: Primary - by:   Beautiful Gate South Africa

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2018-02-05 - 2018-11-16

Provide after school academic support, personal development and a conducive learning environment to primary school learners.   more >

Other Programmes:Learner Education...  

Arts & Crafts - by:   Belhar Youth Development Forum

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2017-09-24 - 2017-12-21

Teaching youth how to do paper folding and using recycled material to be creative. Coke bottles turned into gift boxes Newspaper turned into place mats   more >

Other Programmes:Arts & Crafts  

Educentre Afterschool Programme - by:   The Sozo Foundation Trust

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2018-02-06 - 2018-11-23

Tutoring Mentoring Nutrition E-learning Career Inspiring Initiatives Computer Technology Psychosocial Intervention Life skills   more >

Youth Cafe - by:   The Sozo Foundation Trust

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2017-01-23 - 2017-11-27

Life skills programme: Technical skills Barista Hairdressing Beauty Brickwork Carpentry etc   more >

ISIBINDI - by:   James House

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2001-01-01 - 2040-12-31

Key concepts At-risk Children (0-18) Resilience Development Risk Prevention Strengthening Families Early Intervention After-school Care Life-space of Child Concrete Support Social Connectedness Link to Resources Overview The Isibindi Programme is a National programme developed and facilitated by the National Association of Child Care Workers (NACCW) The NACCW programme is a framework and allows each site the freedom to define a variation of childcare according to the needs for the specific community. James House has two sites – one in Imizamo Yethu (at the Oranjekloof Primary School) and one in the Hout Bay fishing village, Hangberg (at the Sentinel Primary School). Each site has a team of 12 Child & Youth Care Workers (CYCW) providing a variety of services focused on creating a safety-net for at-risk children. Working in the life-space of the child the CYCW’s ensure access to resources and concrete support of the family. A Safe Park is provided every afternoon where children can play securely and get a meal. Our partnership with both the National Association of Child Care Workers (NACCW) and the Department of Social Development (DSD) is growing from strength to strength. Unique to the James House version of Isibindi is an approach that is school-based and integrated with the school’s management. During the past year James House has affectively developed a new Isibindi standard, which has now been adopted by DSD National, for future site roll-outs.   more >

Other Programmes:BEST Program  ISIBINDI  Champions  STARS  

DOD (Also known as Daughters of Destiny) GIRL CLUBS - by:   Daughters of Destiny

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2018-01-22 - 2018-11-28

The Daughters of Destiny Girls Clubs offers age appropriate instruct for female youths and teenagers aged 10 – 16 and girls aged 4-10. The DOD Clubs fill the gaps of the schooling and social systems by creating an open discussion on topics that are less frequently discussed, such as the importance of healthy and unhealthy relationships, abuse and sexual health education etc. Through our learning programs, we enable girls to make informed decisions about their education, health, relationships, finances and future.   more >

Other Programmes:DOD (Also known a...  
Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2007-02-01 - 2020-12-31

The Education Programme consist of an Early Childhood Development Project and Aftercare Project. The ECD Project consists of a Playgroup project, a Crèche Training project and a Crèche Differently-abled children. These centres offers an educationally safe environment for the some of the most vulnerable children from the areas of Kayamandi, Cloetesville and Zola. Unakho (crèche for differently abled children) is currently the only crèche for differently abled children within the area of Kayamandi and Cloetesville, Stellenbosch. Crèche Training Project: Over the last 10 years Prochorus has co-started about 32 crèches within the community of Kayamandi. We have trained the principles and teachers and continue to support them with training, mentoring and doing regular visits for monitoring and evaluation. We have also started to do crèche training in Delft in 2017 for about 15 crèches and will start another crèche in 2018 in Delft. We are also in the process of registering our own ECD curriculum to do ECD training in more areas. The Aftercare project is facilitated in Jonkershoek, and the centre provides an educationally safe place for children after school. The focus is to create a structured, fun environment to assist them academically as well as provide them with life skills and other fun activities like sports, arts and computer literacy skills.   more >

Other Programmes:Education  Skills Development  

EDUCATION PROGRAMME - by:   Pebbles Project

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2017-11-28 - 2025-12-31

The Pebbles Education programme includes the following: Baby Box Initiative - working with pregnant mothers to ensure a healthy pregnancy First Thousand Days programme - supporting the development of babies aged 0 - 2 ECD (Early Childhood Development) programme for children aged 3 - 5 ASC (After-School Club) programme for children aged 6 - 18, including mobile learning centres, homework programme, lifeskills, art, sport, computers School Leavers programme for children in Grades 9 - 12, supporting school subject choices, psychometirc assessments, internships, tertiary college applications and placements and job placements   more >


Early Childhood Development - by:   Bonnie People Project

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2018-11-27 - 2019-12-13

We are a registered chreche and after care facility with the Department of Social Development. We can accomodate 116 childen from 18 months to 5 years old. They receive balanced meals consisting of breakfast , a snack and lunch. The children are being transported to and from their homes. All our staff are qualified with the minimun ECD qaulification being level 1 and the highest Diploma level 5. We use a registered programme form 8:00 am till 13:00.   more >

Literacy for boys - by:   Bonnie People Project

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2015-01-01 - 2019-12-31

We have two practitioners who take in boys too old to go back to school.They teach them the basic in Mathematcs, Lifeskills and Language. Currently we have 10 boys between the ages of 11 and 16 years old. They are also taught to use computers, Art and Crafts by volunteers at the Project.   more >

Skills development - by:   Bonnie People Project

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2015-01-05 - 2019-12-31

We have two girls that are learing how to sew and make their own cloths. We also have a group of women who are being taught how to crochet bags and other products to be sold at the annual Winter market in town.   more >

After school programme - by:   Bonnie People Project

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2015-01-02 - 2019-12-31

We have two after care groups. 50, 6-9 Year olds and 50 , 10-18 year old. We run from Mondays till Thursday. On Saterdays we have a feeding scheme at the informal settlement. The programme starts at 15:00 till 18:00. They do arts and crafts and play soccer and netball during the intervals. Part of the programme is to have fun competitions and other activties to teach the children.   more >

Military Marching (coaching) - by:   Western Province Marching Association

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2018-02-05 - 2018-10-20

Our coaches are learners themselves who have been empowered in the fine art of military marching and marching exhibitions. They train learners of various other schools as an extra-mural activity or -after school game changer-. All this in preparations for various mini marching competitions and a grand finale in October of every year. Judging criteria for competitions are: Best Dress, Best Drum major, Best Grand March Past and Best Exhibition March (formations). There are no age restrictions or age groups. Schools compete as one entire group, displaying there school uniform to the best of their ability. Apart from schools, we have community marching cadets, whom we also assist in training and coaching. Primary schools compete against each other, high schools the same and community cadets compete in their own divisions.   more >

Other Programmes:Military Marching...  

Main Focus: English FAL Support Programmes to Foundation Phase Intermediate / GET / FET Phases - by:   Edu-Pro Education Strategists

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2018-01-01 - 2018-11-30

1. FAL Support programmes aimed at learners where LoLT is English, but HL indigenous. 2. Whole School Transformation: -Management and Leadership workshop with under-performing primary and High schools; -sharpening teaching skills / content knowledge of Maths/ Science / content subject educators in week-end workshops; motivational camps with under-performing matriculants / subject groups; winter schools in Mathematics / Phys. Science / Life Science Accounting / other content subjects In June / Sept school holidays; on site visits to monitor progress; NB: visit www. for further information.   more >

Maths and Reading Tutoring - by:   Child Welfare SA: Kleinmond T/A Kidscan! After School

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2018-01-08 - 2018-12-14

From Mondays to Thursdays Maths and Reading tutoring are done at the Centre by retired qualified teachers that specialise in the above mentioned fields.   more >

Other Programmes:Holiday Programme  Maths and Reading...  

Phase 1 - Maths and Science tuition & Life Skills for Grades 11 and 12 - by:   Go for Gold

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2018-01-24 - 2018-12-05

Phase 1 is where the opportunity begins for our beneficiaries. Learners attending the Phase 1 Maths and Science tuition sessions every Saturday for a two year period. They receive two hours Maths tuition, two hour Science tuition every Saturday and two hours of Life Skills/Leadership Development training weekly. Our objective with the tuition is to strengthen their Maths and Science outcomes in order to help them achieve a Bachelor Pass by the end of their Grade 12 year. To date Go for Gold has attained a yearly average of 87% Bachelor Pass rates amongst our beneficiaries vs the National percentile at only 27%. The students need to maintain a 50% minimum in each subject to stay on the programme and should they falter, they are placed on probation period and given the opportunity to improve by the next term to stay on the programme. Due to our beneficiaries coming from impoverished areas, we have to provide for them. In order for the beneficiaries to get to the weekly Maths and Science tuition, we provide them with transport from their homes to our campuses. As mentioned, they receive Maths tuition, Science tuition, Life Skills training and food .Other Phase 1 activities include free computer training classes, an orientation camp, mentor support,a Career Jamboree/guidance sessions, Uketha (interviews with partner companies for their Phase 2 year), Award Ceremony & holiday programmes with numerous site visits and educational talks by professionals from the built environment.   more >

Phase 2 - Work Experiential Year for Post Matric Students - by:   Go for Gold

Accredited: Not Accredited
Running from: 2018-01-08 - 2018-12-05

Once students matriculate, they proceed to Phase 2, an experiential year working on site to decide their course of study and enjoy practical exposure to the built environment. In this year, they receive a general workers salary from our partner company and continue to attend Maths and Science tuition and Leadership Development classes with Go for Gold throughout their Phase 2 year. Go for Gold provides bridging classes in Maths and Science to better prepare the beneficiaries for their tertiary-level Maths and Science subjects. Tuition imperatives are provided by our tertiary tutors as the substantial gap between school-level Maths and Science and tertiary-level Maths and Science subjects are quite evident by deplorable national standard of first year engineering students, for example. The Leadership Development training we provide allows beneficiaries an easier transition into the world of work, giving them the necessary soft skills to fully integrate and become an asset to the company. Because Go for Gold also work with each partner company’s HR department, we host an HR Forum meeting every quarter which enables Go for Gold to ensure our programme and Leadership Development training stays on par with industry needs. Phase 2 is also a beneficial year to our partner companies in that they are able to allocate bursaries to youth they have already worked with, aware that Go for Gold is preparing them academically for their tertiary studies too.   more >

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