Needs in SA Says Archway Foundation
State does not provide all essential facilities for schools
It’s more urgent than ever for the private sector to help alleviate the enormous shortfall in essential education facilities. Government is not keeping up with the existing and increasing needs of schools. Millions of children are not getting what they need for a comprehensive education. Read more.Archway Foundation Collaborates on School Science
Learning Project to Help Thousands of Cape Children
The Garden Cities Archway Foundation, established 11 years ago to alleviate the enormous shortfall of school halls in the Western Cape, also collaborates with an innovative programme by a UWC professor aimed at redressing the low levels of science and maths skills. Read more.Archives
- 50th Garden Cities Archway Hall Marks Cape School's Half Century
- Aloe Junior High School's Archway Hall Offers Widespread Benefits to Lentegeur Community
- School science learning project to benefit 10 000 children by year end.
- Survey endorses essential role of school halls in education
- With more than 58 halls already built, the Archway Foundation reaffirms its dedication to disadvantaged schools.
- Archway Foundation fosters reading in Western Cape Library Competition
- School hall metaphor for academic progress