Community Activities for Kids

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    A beautiful gem of a home nursery in Randpark Ridge. Spacious, clean and tranquil. Ethos & Approach - Christian and play based. All are welcome! - Reggio Emilia approach with Montessori influence - Outdoor, sensory and messy play emphasis - Eco friendly - Natural, wood, recycled and handmade resources - Incidental learning - Balanced teacher vs child led - British curriculum followed (Early Years Foundation Stage) - Special needs and mainstream children play and learn together Aim -... Read more

    Dear Parents The Little Kickers Program prepares little children both boys and girls from 18 months to 9 years to play football. Our football training lessons are designed to develop children holistically and to introduce them to sports at an early age. Our motto at Little Kickers is ‘Play not Push’ and our fully trained coaches ensure that our kickers grow and develop in a pressure-free, safe, and fun environment. Although the central focus of the Little Kickers Program is based on developing... Read more

    The Cypher SA Dance Academy was established and founded by Anuq Wilson in 2015 with the soul purpose of teaching the fundamentals of Hip Hop as well as its culture. A Cypher is a circle where dancers are able to exchange their knowledge. Just like a circle has no end like any other shape, so does a cypher and the energy inside when people are dancing and exchanging! ONLY POSITIVITY!! Whether you are 5, 15 or 25 or older, we are equipped and experienced to teach you from beginner to advanced... Read more

    THE POTATO FOUNDATION's focus is on the neglected and forgotten children of our society. THE POTATO FOUNDATION was established in February 2007 and the name of the organisation was adopted around the growth concept of a potato. GIVING is very much like a potato - its roots are hidden and the growing effect thereof is not visible until the potato is harvested. We believe that PASSION creates the PERFECT GIFT! The Potato Foundation aims to be exactly that - the roots within our community sustaining... Read more

    The story of how Sithabile came into being... She met a little boy (Nelson) at the local shopping centre and with the concern of a teacher; she wanted to know why he was not in school. After developing a relationship with him, he agreed to take her to his home, which was one of the farms in the area where she found many other children who were not in school. While at the time she did not have a vision to start a children’s home, as she had just been boarded off from teaching because of severe arthritis,... Read more

    Community Community School Holiday Activities

    ARK ANIMAL CENTRE TEENAGER HOLIDAY PROGRAMME Monday to Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm 17 Howard Ave, Chartwell... R1500.00 per week Full lunch included. Ages 11 - 18 years old. Will count towards community service hours. Bookings essential. No walk-ins accepted. Payment in full beforehand. 20 – 24th April 27th April to 1st May Students will be working to a structured daily programme designed to enable them to learn life skills. Students will learn to take responsibility for themselves as well as their... Read more

    Community Community Centres

    St. Monica’s provides residential care to 84 Children who have been abandoned, orphaned, abused or found to be in need of care by a court of law. The children’s ages range from 3 years to 18 years old and are from all race groups. The boys are accommodated from 3 to 12 years and the girls from 3 to 18 years. When the boys are 12 years, arrangements are made for them to be transferred to another children’s home or alternate care. At the Home, we strive to ensure a nurturing and protected environment... Read more

    Sinakekele Children is a ministry to abandoned babies and Aids orphans. We run a transition home for abandoned babies, and do outreach to the rural community of Oakford / Osindisweni. Our outreach includes: Church services Bible Study Hospital visits to the maternity ward of our local rural hospital Home visits and food parcels Library for the children in the rural community Annual Christmas party for the children in the rural community Our future plans include a recreation centre for the children... Read more

    Heartbeat’s Head Office is situated in Pretoria, with Fourteen After School Centres in seven of South Africa’s provinces that focus on capacity building, leadership, educational support and sustainability of our youth and assisting in community development. Our beneficiaries are 100% black youths. Heartbeat exists to empower orphaned and vulnerable children to reach their full potential through quality service delivery, development and capacity building. Over the past fifteen years, our organization... Read more

    Unity College is an independent special needs school which promotes the potential of learners through the provision of high quality education in order to equip each learner with skills to become productive, integrated members of society. Most of our learners have some learning difficulties or developmental delay, making Unity College ideal for the learner who has experienced academic difficulties in a mainstream or remedial school but is sufficiently able to access our specialised curriculum offering.... Read more

    Residence Klein Oliphant's Hoek is a historical mission built in 1888 with olde world charm &and elegance, with eight individually decorated rooms, some with private pools and one with a rooftop Jacuzzi deck. Close to all amenities and within walking distance of the finest restaurants, this is ideal for the discerning traveller visiting the Franschhoek Wine Valley. Close to the Crocodile farm in Simondium and The Lion Park in Paarl and Butterfly World near Klapmuts, great for the children and Babylonstoren... Read more

    Cotlands is a non-profit early childhood development organisation addressing the education and social crisis by establishing early learning playgroups and toy libraries in under-resourced communities to serve vulnerable children aged birth to six. Read more

    Compliant and Registered Swim School with Swim South Africa Infant Aquatic Classes, Children Learn to Swim Programme, Learn to Stroke & Adult LTS Aquarius Aquatics acknowledges the important role that a LTS Instructor plays in terms of the early child hood development of water-safety. The basic swimming proficiency for nursery school aged pupils and young scholars are of paramount importance in order for water confidence and for them to develop further in the sport. The learning atmosphere... Read more

    If you find yourself at a crossroad, unsure of which martial art to choose or perhaps looking for change, try following the road less travelled: Tai Chi. Where it will lead is up to you, but during the walk you will experience boundless turnoffs of possibilities as well as challenges and that makes all the difference. Tai Chi Chuan Institute - Alberton is Tai Chi Ways. Focusing more on Traditional Tai Chi. Tai Chi Ways and Tai Chi Chuan Institute- Alberton is a non-political or religious tai chi... Read more

    Kids Krav Maga - Age appropriate self defence and anti bullying techniques taught in a safe, fun and empowering weekly class, for kids age 6 - 13. You don't need to be fit or strong to be able to do Krav Maga. Come as you are! Classes available in Somerset West and Stellenbosch. Contact us today to book a free intro class. Teens and Adults classes also offered. Read more

    Community Community Centres

    Welmont School of Leaderning is a community based school for children between the ages of 2 to 5 years of age.It is recorded that at this age children have a high mortality rate.The school provides foundational education to children.80% of the children are ophaned children who either have been abandoned or have lost both their parents through HIV and Aids.We provide education that is provided with professionalism by our certified educators.We also network with the health department to provide priamry... Read more

    Durbanville Children’s Home is one of the registered non-profit organisations (number 011-891) that Government uses to address this problem. The Home is situated in the northern suburbs of Cape Town. The intake of children falls within a 100 km radius of Durbanville, which includes farms, informal settlements, squatter camps and towns. The Durbanville Children’s Home is presently caring for 144 children between the ages of 2 -18 years. Of the 144 children, 124 are cared for in 12 house units... Read more

    Camp Summer A 3 day social curiculum designed by an educator with M.ed. Confidence building, conflict resolution, etiquette, softskills, learn through play. All meals and transport included. Read more

    Community Youth Classes & Lessons

    We Play to Win Champion athletes aren’t just born - they’re selected, trained, molded and tested. Since 2000, diepsloot all stars has been the premiere house of champions in diepsloot . We hone raw talent to maturity with quality coaching, primal workouts and a true love of the sport. Teamwork, loyalty, camaraderie - those are the three things that make up diepsloot all stars Read more

    Young Entrepreneurs (YE) teaches children, ages 7-18 and adults vital entrepreneurial, financial literacy, employability and workplace readiness skills and help them start and grow their own micro-enterprises in a fun and experiential way. Our programmes allow kids to discover money and business through play and a collection of fun interactive, multi-media minds-on and hands-on activities, games, simulations, videos and online applications. Yes, we edutain educate and engage through entertainment... Read more

    We are a registered Child and Youth Care Centre with a capacity to keep 70 Boys based in the Inner City of Johannesburg. We are a charity organisation. Read more

    Community Girl Guides

    Being a Teddy, Brownie, Guide or Ranger opens up a world of opportunities that will last a lifetime. It provides a safe, girl-only space to explore the activities, issues and possibilities that are available to girls today. The range of activities is enormous and there's something, or more than something, to appeal to everyone, from outdoor challenges to learning new skills, international travel to getting involved in community action projects. And whether abseiling, camping, crafting or having... Read more

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