Tag Archives: Brain Boosters

NEW LAMINATING MACHINE FOR BRAINBOOSTERS MATERIAL!

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Brainboosters is the interactive programme designed to equip South African educators with Early Childhood Development skills and to show parents of Grade 1 learners how to stimulate early brain development. The programme has been embraced by educators around the country and has shown significant improvements in the Maths and English of Grade 1 learners. Sophakama […]

Boosting Brains with Brainboosters ‘Facelift’!

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The Brainboosters programme has been in action at Sophakama Primary School for just over a year now, bringing Grade 1 learners up-to-speed with basic, CAPS-aligned literacy and numeracy concepts. Our Brainboosters partner recently gave the programme a ‘facelift’. The new offering is more user-friendly, but its main aim is still to improve Maths and English […]

BrainBoosters is boosting brains!

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The BrainBoosters programme has begun in earnest at Sophakama Primary School on Monday, 8 May with the two Grade 1 pilot classes. Ms Nomthandazo Lumka will be responsible for the Literacy component and Ms Xolisa Magobiane will manage the Numeracy component. The team will be headed by the Deputy Principal, Mary Nell. Eddie Phillips, previously […]

Teachers learning the ropes for Brainboosters!

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Recently, the Foundation Phase teachers were given an introduction to the BrainBoosters programme, the catch-up Maths and Literacy programme that Sophakama will use to ensure that all Grade 1 learners are up-to-speed on basic concepts. The idea is that this way, everyone starts at the same level, as many of the Grade 1 learners have […]

GRADE 1 LEARNERS WILL SOON BE ‘CATCHING UP’!

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Exciting news is that another one of our programmes is due to start at Sophakama Primary School during the second term of this year!   The school will be introducing the BrainBoosters programme in their Grade 1 class/es, BrainBoosters is developed to further equip South African teachers in Early Childhood Development and show parents of […]