2. Weekend Mathematics and Sciences :                                        

 

These school subjects (Grade 7-11) are directed by the department of basic education through the national curriculum statement. Pecop Soweto engages coaches to assist learners understand better through basics using textbooks, past question papers and digital classrooms/e-learning. These school subjects (Grade 7-11) are directed by the department of basic education through the national curriculum statement. Pecop Soweto engages coaches to assist learners understand better through basics using textbooks, past question papers and digital classrooms/e-learning.

 

Digital Math: Grade 2-11 : Math is made fun by logging learners into worksheets using mindset-learn, education.com, and past national question papers. Facilitators are able to focus on learners with difficulties. For the first time in 2018 coding was introduced as a pilot program.   

Programs

3. YOUTH e-Learning Society (YeS) :  


Youth out of school and have matriculated between the ages 18-23 years are the main target group of this program. At most 20 youth are engaged at a time x 2 groups of 20 per day, therefore 40 young people are empowered every 3 months x 4 groups per annum = 160 youth per year. All these young people are engaged on an online course (ALISON.COM-an ABC IT SUITE COURSE). This well designed and packed course enables all the participants with basic computer training that enable the participants with job entry preparedness skills.

1. Weekend Literacy in English Support :                                

 

Learners from Grade 2 - 11 are engaged to read and comprehend in English using workbooks from the Department of Basic Education donated by local schools and selected reading books from Emdeni Community Library (Free membership). Read and tell, creative writing and reading cards are the main tactics we religiously use to encourage and monitor reading. 

 

      

Programs Objective
             To enable our learners with behavioural skills to overcome their fear of asking questions         fear of school/class) and in doing so allow them to become more confident and learn at their own pace without pressure from the outside sources/peers.