Launch of SCM Programme in Eastern Cape

Rene ForbesNews, School Coaching And Mentoring Programme

On 30 November 2018, the School Coaching and Mentoring Programme for 103 Circuit Managers from 12 Districts across the Eastern Cape was officially launched at the Leadership Institute in East London. Speakers included the SG for Education in the Eastern Cape, Mr Themba Kojana, Executive Director of USB-ED, Dr Chris van der Hoven and SEED Managing Trustee, David Newby and … Read More

Impressive results for participating schools in 2018 matric exams

Rene ForbesNews, School Leadership Programme

Schools that have been part of the School Leadership Programme in the last few years have shown significant improvement in their 2017 and 2018 Matric results. Below are some examples of this improvement: Jane Furse District – Limpopo Province In the 2017 matric examination 613 learners from the 7 schools wrote the examination including 123 who had been progressed despite … Read More

SEED expands to Northern Province (Limpopo) and Eastern Cape Education Region

Rene ForbesNews

SEED Educational Trust has recently offered a SLP course in Limpopo from 4-6 May 2012. 22 participants attended including Principals, deputy-principals and HOD’s – 15 schools were represented at Loskop Valley Lodge for the three-day intensive leadership course. SEED will also expand to the Eastern Cape Region from 11-13 July with a course in Stutterheim. Nedbank Foundation has funded both … Read More

Star principal honoured in Western Cape school

Rene ForbesNews

When Ntomboxolo Mqumbisa was appointed principal at the poor performing Matthew Goniwe Memorial High School, she had a mission to turn things around. Two years later, the school is recognised as one of the most improved schools in the province, with an overall matric pass rate of 90 percent.   Read more

First township school makes top 10

Rene ForbesNews

The principal of COSAT (Centre of Science and Technology) in Khayelitsha, the first school to make it on to the province’s list of top 10 schools, was brought to tears after hearing the news. Read more…