Monthly Archives: August 2015

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Arts Outreach Programme Dance team performs at Intsebenziswano Senior Secondary School.

By |2015-08-25T09:11:07+00:00August 25th, 2015|Arts, High School, Hope Scholars|

After the dance team’s performance at the Artscape on Tuesday 18th August, the dance team was identified by their school as one of the acts to perform at the school’s showcase event that took place at the Intsebenziswano Senior Secondary School’s hall after school on Wednesday 19th. Dance performed a few of their dance routines [...]

From the bottom of my heart – Poem written by the HIV positive grandmother of grade 8 SAEP Hope Scholar

By |2015-08-20T11:57:31+00:00August 20th, 2015|Cross Cutting, General news, High School, Hope Scholars|

“FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART” With Love Love conquers all obstacles, It’s the main source of willing power, it keeps you going. What’s causing all the detours on one’s path, How one lose faith and obtain anger as replacement. How could Human kind be deducted in such manner. “The emptiness cannot even be filled [...]

Hope Scholars spend time in nature during school holidays

By |2015-08-20T11:45:50+00:00August 20th, 2015|Cross Cutting, Environment, General news, High School, Hope Scholars|

During the June-July school holidays, 52 Hope Scholars Programme (HSP) grade 8 learners (from both Zisukhanyo and Sophumelela) went on an educational camp to the False Bay Ecology Park, Zeekoevlei Nature Reserve (working with CTEET).  The aim of the camp was not only to strengthen the relationship between HSP learners and HSP staff, but also to build trust between HSP and the parents of [...]

Teaching how to think is just as important as teaching anything else

By |2015-08-20T11:02:30+00:00August 20th, 2015|Bridging Year, Cross Cutting, General news, High School, Hope Scholars, Impact Centre, Tertiary Support|

A new paper on teaching critical thinking skills in science has pointed out, yet again, the value of giving students experiences that go beyond simple recall or learned procedures. It is a common lamentation that students are not taught to think, but there is usually an accompanying lack of clarity about exactly what that might mean. [...]

Primary School learners fun day out

By |2015-08-20T10:54:12+00:00August 20th, 2015|Environment, General news, Primary school|

On Saturday 15th August, a group of 55 Siyazakha Primary Learning Gym learners with their Coaches set off on an outing to Giraffe House in Stellenbosch. The buzz of excitement that had been around all week grew to a peak as the bus drew off from the school on time! The weather looked grim, but luck was [...]

Matric Students from the SAEP Arts Programme Career Day at SAEP

By |2015-08-20T11:34:36+00:00August 18th, 2015|Arts, Cross Cutting, General news, High School, Tertiary Support|

Nine students from the Arts Outreach Programme attended a Career day event organised and hosted by the SAEP Tertiary Support Programme (TSP) team in partnership with the SAEP Arts Outreach Programme. The event took place on Friday 14 August at the SAEP offices. The learners were predominantly from Zisukhanyo Senior Secondary School in Philippi Township. [...]

Kayin Scholtz, our SAEP Impact Centre manager is one of the Mail & Guardian 200 Young South Africans for 2015!

By |2017-05-30T08:45:22+00:00August 4th, 2015|Cross Cutting, Impact Centre|

Kayin Scholtz has spent most of his young life providing mentorship and support to the South African youth. He completed a bachelor of social work at the University of Cape Town before joining the South African Education and Environment Project (SAEP) as a social worker and career guidance councillor. He now manages the organisation’s Impact [...]

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