South African Education and Environment Project
Contributed R90 000
The funding of promise 90 students
South African Education Project (SAEP), also formerly known as the South African Education and Environment Project, prepares children and youth at key stages of their development, through education, life skills and psycho-social support.
Reaching more than 2500 youth, children and education providers each year, we offer several education support programmes, all of which have developed in response to specific needs expressed by learners, teachers or principals from the disadvantaged community of Philippi, Cape Town.
Our work increases access to quality Early Childhood Education and care, prepares young people to reach and succeed in university and the workplace and provides opportunities for high school learners personal development, including arts education, computer training, hikes and excursions, mentoring and psycho- social support.
Early Childhood Development (ECD) programme assists under-developed and nascent crèches develop into self-sustainable quality ECD centres.
Bridging Year (BY) prepares students from under-performing schools to manage the demands of tertiary education and successfully complete their courses. Tertiary Support (TS) Programme supports tertiary students from impoverished areas who are at risk of not being able to complete their studies.
Hope Scholars Programme provides intensive academic tutoring and personal development sessions to motivated grade 8 and 9 high school learners.