Book now for online entertainment; Story Time with Elton! Professional actor and Speech and Drama teacher Elton John Duffy, from Lilliput Children’s Theatre Company, will read you 2 of your favourite stories via Zoom or Skype. Your children choose the stories! 1 on 1 sessions or family groups. Well known stories or fairytales to choose from. 30-40 minute interactive storytelling for 3-8 year olds! To book: call or whatsapp +27 83 364 8284 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org All stories are in English! Book now for online fun for your children⭐️🌈⭐️
Here is our Babynastix health and safety policies and procedures. We are proactive by ensuring that we will be ready for Babynastix once we are able to return to schools.
In the meantime we offer online Babynastix classes (on Saturdays to accommodate working parents) which gives parents the opportunity to experience Babynastix with their children and enjoy the bonding time with their little ones. I will send you a link for our FREE class offer for ALL your parents to enjoy a free online class with their little ones if you would be so kind to forward it to them.
We miss seeing all our beautiful babies every week and look forward to returning to your amazing school when it is safe to do so.
I hope that you are doing well and keeping safe during this difficult season!
Suzaan and the Babynastix Cape Town team
Dear Parents going forward if your child will be participating in the buzz workshops please complete the online registration via the link. I have credited R60 to everyones bill. You will then pay this amount directly to Buzz. Use code required which is under the Correct age group in theEdu Portal )http://contact.buzzdrama.com/bf.php?fid=7938
https://clamberclub.com/ Clamber club will be doing lessons via Zoom. Everyone is welcome to join. The Invites will be posted under the Edu Portal section with a list of equipment if required.
As promised, we are communicating all information that we receive from DSD regarding ECD centres during this time. Please see the Media Release Statement of the Department of Social Development "ECDs and Partial Care Centres to remain closed" below, 20 May 2020.
ECD centres need to remain closed until further notice. We wish we could be sending you more positive feedback at this stage.
Please keep safe. We will be in touch with further updates as we receive them.
CECD Registration ECD Assistant
STATEMENT BY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
Date: 20 May 2020
Early Childhood Development and Partial Care Centres to remain closed
The provincial Department of Social Development has received confirmation from the National Department that despite the easing of the lockdown, all ECDs must remain closed until further notice.
All provincial departments must adhere to the Regulations issued by the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, and the Directions issued by National Department of Social Development Minister, Lindiwe Zulu. Minister Zulu has reiterated that all ECDs will remain closed until further notice. This announcement and other information has been communicated by the Department via Social Service Organisations, and the network of ECD forums across the province to the sector.
There are currently 1 589 registered ECD facilities in the province, of which we fund more than 80 000 children at 1 124 centres. In addition, we fund 88 after school care facilities.
Should there be any further updates to these directions, the information will be immediately shared with the ECD sector.
We encourage all ECD operators to monitor the provincial coronavirus website at coronavirus.westerncape.gov.za and national government’s website at sacoronavirus.co.za where all of the latest developments are posted, online parent support and learning material provided, as well as relief available to residents and businesses.
Head of Communications
Department of Social Development
Cell: 072 647 2351
Sisanda FunDaytion (SF) is a 10 year old NGO active in the western cape. SF is focused on ensuring the value of recreation is experienced by all children. Vulnerable children in our townships very rarely get the opportunity to learn, play and grow in different environments, with new people and in new ways. SF has a variety of programmes which, through volunteers, work to help children have a little fun while expanding their minds and horizons. We arrange outings to experience what Cape Town has to offer, set up after school extra mural groups to learn new skills and enable more privileged high school youth to share their time and energy with less privileged primaries school children.
With the changes of our current reality SF is engaging in food distributions, Storytime and developing approaches to enable healthy activities within vulnerable households.
Please see more about what we do through our website or Facebook