Early Childhood Development

Pebbles Project: Human Resources Generalist

The Pebbles Project is a registered nonprofit organisation that supports children, families and communities on the wine farms in and around Stellenbosch and Wellington. The work of the Pebbles project involves five main pillars: education, health, nutrition, protection and environment.

The Pebbles Project seeks to employ an HR Generalist, based in Stellenbosch. 

This is a 12 month renewable contract based on performance. 

This is a half-day contract position.

Responsibilities:

Pebbles Project: ECD Support Teacher and Site Manager - Citrusdal

The Pebbles Project is a registered nonprofit organisation that supports children, families and communities on the wine farms in and around Stellenbosch and Wellington. The work of the Pebbles project involves five main pillars: education, health, nutrition, protection and environment.

The Pebbles Project seeks to appoint an Early Childhood Development (ECD) Support Site Manager, based in Citrusdal, Western Cape.

This is a half-day position (08h00-13h00).
 
Responsibilities:

Pebbles Project: Early Childhood Development Support Teacher and Site Manager

The Pebbles Project is a registered nonprofit organisation that supports children, families and communities on the wine farms in and around Stellenbosch and Wellington. The work of the Pebbles project involves five main pillars: education, health, nutrition, protection and environment.

The Pebbles Project seeks to appoint an Early Childhood Development (ECD) Support teacher and Site Manager, based in Wellington, Western Cape.

This is a twelve-month renewable contract based on performance and a half-day position (08h00-13h00).
 
Responsibilities:

Simple, Early Triggers that Help Our Children to Learn

How can we fix our education system? That question preoccupies our national mind - and not without cause. We fail to prepare enough people for basic jobs, let alone to sustain a sophisticated knowledge economy. If that is the question, the inevitable answer is that we need good teachers, quality textbooks and enough time in the classroom. But what if we asked a slightly different question, namely ‘what needs to be done so that our children can learn’?

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