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August 21, 2019

This is an extract from Edufundi’s Annual Report 2018

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A masterful mentor is someone who is able to see the mentee as he/she is as well as what he/she can become...

In educational terms, mentoring is about supporting and facilitating the develop...

August 7, 2019

Why mentoring? Teachers are without doubt the most important resource in any school as they hold the potential to create enormous change in the lives of their learners. Initiatives, programmes and workshops aimed at improving and strengthening teacher effectiveness are...

Homba Primary School

Khayelitsha

One of the major barriers teachers face in our schools is the lack of basic resources to support teaching and learning. In 2017 Edufundi and their donors, Tsogo Sun and Corevest, recognised that one of the major resources needed was books...

November 8, 2018

During our recent visit to Bonga Primary last Friday, Ms Ndakisa was given the gift of a reading corner with a book set and reading mat by her mentor Sylvie Moodley, who said “Ms Ndakisa sought support in the middle of last year because it was her first time teaching E...

August 30, 2018

I think if you had asked myself as a first year at my University in the states, whether I would have been in South Africa for a summer, I would have not believed you, I might have even been tempted to say you were somewhat crazy. Yet by God’s grace and incredible plans...

August 24, 2018

I am Buyiswa Monakali teaching at Ebongweni Public School at kwaZakhele in Port Elizabeth. I have been in the teaching profession for 25 years. I joined Edufundi as a mentee in January 2018. I was reluctant to join the programme but I was motivated by attending the wor...

When Mr Tukulula joined Homba Primary as principal there were no school management team meetings or staff briefings taking place. Class management was ineffective and the school was not results-driven: marks were poor, no analysis of marks were being done and there was...