Fantastic News from Award-Winning Partners for Possibility Programme!

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After 8 years of hard work and perseverance, we have received the news that Partners for Possibility is a WISE* Awards winner! * Wise: World Innovation Summit for Education. Founder, Dr Louise van Rhyn has been describing it as the ‘Oscars’ for Education! Read for more information about this significant achievement. You may also enjoy reading the article on […]

Happy Holiday Week!

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Sophakama Primary School’s Year Beyond volunteers held a week’s holiday club for their learners at the end of June. Monday was a day for art. Learners were engaged in painting activities, cutting, gluing and sticking, printing, collages, drawing and clay making. Tuesday was a day for sports – soccer, netball, skipping, weights, zumba and an […]

The Year Beyond 2018 Challenge: Creating a Culture of Reading

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The first Social Innovation Challenge for our 2018 Year Beyond Programme (YEBO) volunteers kicked off last month. This is an annual project that challenges our young people to come up with innovative solutions to a question relevant to education issues in South Africa. This year, the topic is: “How do we create a culture of […]

PfP wins ‘Making a Mark’ Competition!

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Partners for Possibility (PfP), the flagship programme of Symphonia for South Africa (SSA), has earned further global recognition for innovation and social impact – this time as winner of the Social Enterprise Mark’s annual ‘Making a Mark’ competition. The announcement was made on 6 June at the UK-based Social Enterprise Mark’s 2018 Conference in York, […]

A HEARTWARMING CELEBRATION OF READING!

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Keep on reading! Keep on learning! This was the celebratory message given to our third group of learners, who completed their year on the English Literacy Programme today. At an emotional Certificate Ceremony, learners were handed their certificates and a book gift from their volunteer. Parents, principal and teachers, representatives from the WCED and volunteers […]