The Kusasa Project Blog

Our Month in a Flash: May 2024

Our Month in a Flash: May 2024

Welcome to Our Wonderful Grandparents The Kusasa Academy welcomed about 110 grandparents for this year's Grandparents Day. It proved to be a massive success as we sang, recited poems, and danced for our beloved elderly storytellers. We also ate amaquinya (deep-fried...

The Cost of Excellence

The Cost of Excellence

The Kusasa Project is woven into the fabric of the surrounding communities. Since 2012, we have seen 266 children enrol at The Kusasa Academy, where we provide fully accredited, independent top-tier education and early childhood intervention. To keep one student in...

What We Learned Recently

What We Learned Recently

Testing The Waters Our Grade 4s wrote their Natural Science and Technology tests on 10 May. Science is an excellent subject to teach children ways to look for explanations and connect ideas by using inquiry and investigation methods. These include making observations,...

Our Month in a Flash: April 2024

Our Month in a Flash: April 2024

'Desk-cover' New Ways To Study! To foster parent and guardian involvement, each of our Grade 4 learners received a portable study desk, ensuring practical study time. This was presented during our annual get-together with Grade 4 parents to prepare them and the...

What We Learned Recently

What We Learned Recently

Working Together to Tackle Exams Empowering our Grade 4 students and their parents with essential study skills! Thank you to our principal, Mrs. Marie-Louise Raymond, for her dedication to making learning more effective and enjoyable. As Easy As One, Two, Three... On...

Our Month in a Flash: March 2024

Our Month in a Flash: March 2024

Let's Talk Maths! The Stellenbosch University Japan Centre (SUJC), in association with the Embassy of Japan in South Africa, hosted a seminar on Mathematics Education, Innovation and Practice in Varied Context - Insights from Japan and South Africa. Teacher Ilze...

What We Learned Recently

What We Learned Recently

Creating Future Civil Engineers Building structures encourages children to test spatial relationships and mentally rotate objects in the mind's eye. Here, the Grade 4's showcase their impressive structure project creations, highlighting teamwork and problem-solving...

100% black beneficiaries | S18A PBO approval with SARS | A proven track record since 2006

South African Charitable Trust (Number: IT53/2007) & PBO Number: 930026072
UMALUSI (the SA Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training) accreditation number: 20 SCH01 00807
UK Registered Charity (Number: 1134655)
Netherlands Charity (Stichting 8511:28:002)
Affiliated with The Columbus Foundation. US Charity (EIN 31-6044264)