https://ewn.co.za/2022/01/13/wc-s-schafer-wants-social-distancing-at-schools-to-be-scrapped-to-allow-more-pupils-to-return?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter CAPE TOWN - The Western Cape Education Department (WCED) needs tutoring to get back to business as usual. MEC Debbie Schafer has required the one meter social removing rule to be rejected to permit more students to go to class.
https://ewn.co.za/2021/12/14/wc-matric-performances-teacher-jabs-highlights-of-2021-for-mec-schafer?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter CAPE TOWN - Another troublesome scholarly year held by the COVID-19 pandemic has reached a conclusion. Western Cape schools authoritatively close their entryways on Wednesday. Tutoring got off to an uneven beginning this year as lockdown levels changed with different floods of contaminations.
https://ewn.co.za/2021/12/15/schools-are-officially-on-holiday-after-another-disrupted-year?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter CAPE TOWN - School is authoritatively out for the year on Wednesday later one more harsh year for instructors and students. Three rushes of COVID-19 contaminations and their related lockdown levels have implied 2021 has been one more upset year. Commonplace Education MEC Debbie Schafer said it would require numerous years to recuperate, yet regardless of the difficulties there have been various features in 2021.
CAPE TOWN - The Western Cape Education MEC is profoundly worried by charges of victimization LGBTQI+ students at the DF Malan High School in Bellville. The students needed to praise the beginning of International Pride month during break time this week yet were obviously offended and scared. At the point when they announced the make a difference to the head, they were supposedly told any further gatherings are denied.
https://ewn.co.za/2021/12/22/w-cape-education-dept-says-its-working-hard-to-make-sure-learners-are-placed?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter CAPE TOWN - The Western Cape Education Department is striving to guarantee all students are put at a school for the 2022 scholastic year. "While the WCED has gained mind boggling headway in putting students for 2022 there are as of now 602 Grade 1s and 3,261 Grade 8s who actually don't have places in Western Cape schools one year from now" said Education MEC Debbie Schafer.
http://ewn.co.za/wu26w CAPE TOWN - The Western Cape Education Department said it's prepared to invite students and staff back to class. On Saturday, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said that the area was prepared to resume schools relying upon what President Cyril Ramaphosa said in his location on Sunday night.
It is great news for Hoerskool as it is reported by News24 as being close to changing the school name. The school is reported to have had been named after a former Prime Minister during the apartheid period. It is reported that the majority of the stakeholders who were available voted for the name change.
CAPE TOWN – Thirty-eight Western Cape schools succumbed to crooks during the new July occasions. The commonplace schooling division said defacement, thievery, and endeavored robbery have been accounted for. A safety officer at a Manenberg school was killed a little more than seven days prior when looters struck the office.
WILL THE THIRD WAVE HAVE SUCH A AFFECT ON EDUCATION THAT SCHOOLS HAVE TO SHUT DOORS AGAIN.TEMPORARILY CLOSING THE SCHOOLS DURING THIRD WAVE IS A DECISION FOR THE EDUCATORS' UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA. The Union is steadily believing that schools have to be shut again as the third wave of the virus is gripping the country.
Deon Raath The Western Cape education department has urged teachers to get their Covid-19 jabs. The department aforesaid protection employees will scale back the chance of teachers turning into seriously ill and it'll create colleges safer. The province has recorded 148 active cases among college staff and, as of Friday, eighteen June, 546 active pupil cases were according by schools.
The Educators' union of South Africa suggest that all schools should close for a temporary time period as the covid19 third wave become stronger. Andre De Bryun the chaperon of the western cape union said "There is no safe space in a school at the moment. It's winter, kids get sick, it's very difficult social distance.
WESTERN Cape Education MEC Debbie Schafer says she is worried about the public transport disruptions caused by the taxi violence, the disruptions might pose a risk to learners who were due to start school today. They are urging instigators to make sure that this comes to an end and stop with the violent so that learners can go to school safely, it will only be fair if people stop doing things that affect other people in their daily activities.
Source: www.ewn.co.za CAPE TOWN - Reports reveals that Department of Education in Western Cape has only one week to find schools for over 1700 children.Department officials are currently looking for a way to get these childrens registered at a school before the beginning of the second term on the 3rd of May.
CAPE TOWN - Taxi savagery and school thefts in certain areas have disturbed educating and learning on the second day of the resuming of schools in South Africa. A great many students have gotten back to class for the beginning of the third term of the scholarly schedule. Instruction authorities have kept on surveying the condition of availability with elementary school understudies expected to start every day classes from the following week.
There is some disturbing news that was shared regarding some schools in the Western Cape a day before the scheduled start of the Covid-19 vaccination of teachers as well as some support staff.It is reported that the schools in the province recorded a huge increase in terms of Covid-19 infections in teachers and the learners .
CAPE TOWN - Western Cape Education MEC Debbie Schafer said that schools were at that point working in troublesome conditions and can't further be disturbed by harm and burglary. Schafer was talking after 38 schools in the territory succumbed to hoodlums during the July break. Suspects took IT gear, nourishment for school dinners, fencing and that's only the tip of the iceberg.
https://ewn.co.za/2021/09/15/wced-backs-basic-education-dept-s-move-to-adjust-matric-exam-timetable?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter The CAPE TOWN - The Western Cape Education Department (WCED) upholds the change of the matric plan. The Basic Education Department on Wednesday reported that matric tests would begin a couple of days sooner to oblige the neighborhood government races on 1 November.
CAPE TOWN - The Educators' Union of South Africa accepts that schools should be shut briefly as the third rush of the COVID-19 pandemic grasps the country. The association's Western Cape director Andre de Bruyn: "There is no place of refuge in a school right now.
The Educators' Union of South Africa believes that schools must be closed temporarily as the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic grips the country. The union's Western Cape chairperson Andre de Bruyn: "There isn't anyt any safe area in a school at the moment.
Western Cape schools have more than 450 active Covid cases Debbie Schafer, Western Cape MEC for Education. THERE are more than 450 active Covid-19 cases at Western Cape schools. This is what Debbie Schäfer, Western Cape Minister of Education, confirmed on Tuesday. She explains that evidence suggests that most of the infections can be seen at the community level.