Penreach NGO Mpumalanga
Making equal education possible for all South African children
If there is perhaps something that should keep us up at night, as a nation, this is it:
58% of Grade 4 learners in South Africa cannot read for meaning, while 29% are considered illiterate.
The effects of this crisis will continue to be felt for decades to come.
It is a crisis in education that continues to perpetuate inequality and poverty.
We invite you to receive a glimpse of our humble efforts to contribute to education excellence for one and all South Africans.
ECD 33% Improvement in Development Milestones
English Literacy 47% Improvement
Maths and Science 41% Improvement
In the Media: https://lowvelder.co.za/437765/kagiso-modupe-brings-hope-children-khanyisani-secondary-school/ “It doesn’t mean if you come from a poor family, you cannot make money!” - Kagiso Modupe aka "Mangi" In an era where celebrities are making headlines for all...read more
By Ronald Chanetsa - Penreach Change Agent The Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) is an international benchmark which assesses reading comprehension and it monitors trends in reading literacy every five-years, since 2001. Its most recent findings...read more
Joanne van der Walt, Manager of Sage Foundation South Africa and Adelaide Ngema Adelaide Ngema is a Penreach Reading Camp volunteer who resides in the Pienaar area near Vukasambe Primary School. In 2016, she was honoured for running the most successful Reading Camp at...read more
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- 1 June – 16 July Penreach Mandela Day Toy Drive
- 12-13 July PenTALK International Futurist Researcher and Author GRAEME CODRINGTON
- 26 July Maths Olympiad
- 27 July Books In Homes Housewarming @ Penreach
- 30 July – 3 August National Science Week
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