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Thuto Trust Newsletter 2021 First Edition

Thuto Trust continues to make a difference to the face of education

 Thuto newsletter 2021

The Thuto Trust Newsletter (first edition 2021) shares our latest teacher development programme success stories, new partnerships, and value adds to our student psycho-social development programme.

We are also excited to share our recent new co-funding partnership with the DBE and GDE and the addition of five public schools; a total of thirteen partner schools.

Read or download the newsletter and find out how your financial contribution can make a difference in the development of our future teachers.

 

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Thuto Trust Summer Newsletter

 

Read our latest newsletter for an update on Thuto Trust's 2020 highlights, achievements and success stories. You can also find out how you can become a valued partner.

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Thuto Trust Spring Newsletter

Thuto Trust Spring Newsletter 2020

 

Read our latest newsetter for an update on Thuto Trust's latest achievements, success stories and also share testimonials. We tell you more about our psycho-social development programme.

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Making a difference by serving a higher purpose

 

higher purpose is not about economic exchanges. It reflects something more aspirational. It explains how the people involved with an organisation are making a difference. It gives them a sense of meaning and draws their support.

Striving to fulfil its higher purpose, Fedgroup aspires to secure the future of South Africans. Fedgroup endeavours to achieve this goal through its involvement in various programmes, one of which is its partnership with Thuto Trust.

South African teachers switch languages in class: why policy should follow

Parent 24 articleTeaching in a child's mother tongue is a challenge in a country such as South Africa with 11 official languages. However, research has proved many times that pupils learn best in their mother tongues.

Critical step to promoting African languages is ensuring it’s offered in all schools - ANC

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Ensuring that African languages are offered in all schools is a critical step toward actively promoting it, the ANC said on Heritage Day.

South Africa’s Education Crisis

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Education is a passport out of poverty. It’s the gateway to dreams of a better life for anyone who wields its power. In the bigger picture, education fosters more professionals, entrepreneurs and thinkers who can ultimately make an active contribution to growing the economy. And South Africa’s ailing education system is a key reason why South Africa’s economy is in trouble.