Wednesday, 11 December 2013

We now have a name - The Little Red Teapot!







The Save Our Schools and Community (SOSAC) early childhood development centre (ECDC) was established in 2012 on the premises of the Adolph Schauder Primary School in Shauderville, Port Elizabeth. 

It was recently renamed as The Little Red Teapot crèche. 


Research on childhood development has proven that the ages of 0 – 5 are critical for setting the neurological and physiological foundations for the development of human beings.   



The Little Red Teapot provides excellent early childhood care in a community with deep socio-economic challenges.



In 2013 the crèche enrolled 29 children between age 4-5. 

They majority are Afrikaans speaking from Schauderville and surrounds, a minority are Xhosa-speaking from New Brighton township. 

The medium of instruction is English.
 

3 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing such a good informative post. I would like to suggest nursery schools in pune they follow a holistic curriculum focused on overall growth & development of a children.

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  2. SOSAC developed, renovated and operates the ECDC with a vision of Do My Assignment-Assignmentcorner.co.uk providing education, care and food to disadvantaged children from early childhood through schooling. SOSAC's two-storey facility accommodates 25 full time primary school aged children and 35 babies. It is set over 4 000m2 of space that includes a playground, outdoor play area, washing facilities for the kids, mini garden for baby chicks and plenty of room to grow!

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