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Creative Works at the FCW Parents’ Workshop

Play is not a luxury; it is a neccesity. It is is the way children learn. We know that the first years in a child’s life are the most important and crucial. We are setting children up for success if we support them holistically on all levels of their development.   Parents and caregiv...

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Spring flowers at Die Bron Primary in Stanford

Young children love to be creative. They are natural artists and enjoy playing with colour on a piece of cloth or paper. This month the children who are attending our Early Learning Program at Die Bron Primary created beautiful spring flowers on round paper serviettes.   Exposing youn...

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Creative Works at Funimfundo Pre-School

Over the past few weeks we have explored the theme of working with every day, recyclable material with the grade R class at Funimfundo Pre-School.    We have used newspaper sheets for movement activities, folding items and crumbling balls for ball play and we have created interesting ...

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Movement Breaks in the Classroom Workshop | October | Maboneng

Movement Breaks in the Classroom Workshop | October 2017 | Maboneng Facilitated by Occupational Therapist, Regina Broenner and Khosi Radebe Date: 12th & 13th October 2017 The movements workshop was facilitated as a project by Occupational Therapist, Regina Broenner in collaboratio...

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Creative Workshops now also offered in Masakhane, Gansbaai

We have expanded the reach of our Creative Workshops in Stanford to include the Masakhane community near Gansbaai.    Masakhane is a township of about 12 000 residents, most of them originating from the eastern Cape. In the beginning of 2017 we started to offer our Early Learning Prog...

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Phillippa Yaa de Villiers – ice-cream headache in my bone – Book Launch / 30th September, 2017 / David Krut Bookstore

Award-winning South African writer and performance artist Phillippa Yaa de Villiers celebrates the launch of her new poetry compilation “ice-cream headache in my bone”. Joined by fellow acclaimed local poets and academics; Poet Laureate Keorapetse Kgositsile, Myesha Jenkin...

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