RESEARCH SUGGESTS EARLY MATHS SKILLS ARE A BETTER PREDICTOR OF ACADEMIC SUCCESS THAN EARLY READING SKILLS

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RESEARCH SUGGESTS EARLY MATHS SKILLS ARE A BETTER PREDICTOR OF ACADEMIC SUCCESS THAN EARLY READING SKILLS Investing in your child’s education is not just about saving money to get them through school and into tertiary education. Investing in your child’s education means futureproofing them to take on the challenges of […]

GETTING INTO UNIVERSITY THE CLEVER WAY

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GETTING INTO UNIVERSITY THE CLEVER WAY Many learners in South Africa dream of going to university to become doctors, lawyers and engineers. But the path to tertiary education is not an easy one, unless you are prepared. This is where the National Benchmark Test comes into play. The National Benchmark […]

VISIONS FOR A CHILDREN’S COMMUNITY CENTRE IN OCEAN VIEW ARE BECOMING A REALITY

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VISIONS FOR A CHILDREN’S COMMUNITY CENTRE IN OCEAN VIEW ARE BECOMING A REALITY Children a’Loud, an NPO based in Ocean View, Cape Town are helping to create a much-needed resource centre for the youth in this community – a place of safety, mental wellness, sports development, cultural activities and support.  […]

WORLD TEACHER’S DAY: HOW TO CHANGE LITERACY LEVELS IN THE COUNTRY

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WORLD TEACHER’S DAY: HOW TO CHANGE LITERACY LEVELS IN THE COUNTRY Recent graduates, and young teachers in the first five years of their careers, are at the heart of education recovery in South Africa – and developing this segment is crucial to ending a schooling crisis, says private school network […]