The Kouga Windfarm

The current project that A+ is involved in is the second phase of a five year project that is designed to improve the quality of ECD across a number of wards in the Humansdorp and surrounding areas.  This is a collaborative project between A+ and the Centre for Early Childhood Development.  A+ is working with teachers to assist them in acquiring the A+ approach to teaching and learning.  In addition A+ is training a number of facilitators who will both assist in the training and help to sustain the project beyond the time of implementation. Phase two is a direct result of research that was conducted in 2019 in which a baseline study isolated what the needs of the different ECD centres are.  A+ stands for quality and is aware that quality takes time to grow and develop.

We have more resources for you related to the Kouga Wind Farm project. Please click on the various links below

October 2020: The Kouga Windfarm Trust Report

February 2021: The Kouga Windfarm Report

February 2022: The Kougar Windfarm Report

March 2022: The Kougar Windfarm Report

May 2022: The Kougar Windfarm Report

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The “Theory of Loose Parts: An important principle for design methodology, 1972” was developed by an architect, Simon Nicholson in the 1970’s. He stated that children need loose, moveable parts to extend their imaginations and thinking: “In any environment, both the degree of inventiveness and creativity, and the possibility of discovery are directly proportional to number and kinds of variables in it.”  – A+ applies this approach as a key part of our teacher training.

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