Spring into Summer with our Sustainable Coffee Bay newsletter edition! Although if you’re reading this in the Northern Hemisphere, then we wish you a colourful Autumn instead 😉 This quarter, we’d love to show you our work not only at Ikhaya Labantwana
House of the Children Winter Newsletter 2018
News from Ikhaya Labantwana Montessori – A Sustainable Coffee Bay project Highlights this term We had a busy and exciting second term with lots of happenings! One of our teachers, Nomonde, attended her first South African Montessori Association conference for
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We’ve got big plans and need some help! Following on from our last post about Sustainable Coffee Bay’s new strategic direction we’re pleased to be able to tell you much has progressed in the months since, but we need your help to continue! Without further
Sponsor a child, help a teacher, discover what life is really like in rural South Africa!
It’s been a busy few months in Coffee Bay with us here at Sustainable Coffee Bay working hard to improve opportunities for our rural community and increase the number of people we reach. And of course, the positive impact we
Ikhaya Labantwana Montessori – July & August 2011
After a good mid-year break, we opened school ready for the 3rd term……We had new globes for the environment, a Sandpaper Globe and a Continents Globe – Excellent! We returned to school on a Monday, after having been open for
Ikhaya Labantwana Montessori – Jan/Feb 2011 Catch up!
What a great year we are experiencing at Ikhaya Labantwana Montessori Early Learning Centre – and this is thanks to all you kind people out there, who keep popping donations into our bank account, allowing us to grow and develop
SACT Hospitality students
Congratulations to the three Coffee Bay girls, Yonela Gwangqa, Nompumelelo Rixi and Luleka Jokanisi who had bursaries at the South African College of Tourism in Graaff Reinet in 2010 and all passed well. They were the first students from our
Reflections on Ikhaya Labantwana Montessori 2010
The last term quarter of the year just flew by, but the best thing ever happened in October 2010 – Nophesnuka and Tobelani started reading! This was a very special moment, I cannot actually find the words to express it