GB Town is formally endorsed by the South African Council for Educators (SACE)
GB Town was recently endorsed for our four professional development Educational training workshops including:
||Well Managed Classroom
||Effective Staff Development Through Consultation
||Specialised Classroom Management
This is a three year accreditation from 1 March 2013 to 1 March 2016 and means that any educator completing our workshops will officially receive 10 PD points from SACE per workshop completed. This accreditation will thus form part of the formal educator training process nationally and should see educator access to our courses escalating. This is a real feather in our caps and well done to the Training and Education Service division for helping to make GBT shine. Click here to view our Certificate of Endorsement.
We’d like to say a huge thank you to Sean McCoy who recently completed the 706km Cape Epic – and raised more than R50 000 for Girls and Boys Town in the process.
Sean said ‘the response from management and the youngsters has been inspiring and simply motivates the need to do more for this worthy cause!’
We’re truly grateful that Sean decided to choose Girls and Boys Town as his charity of choice, and we would like to wish him the best of luck for the next event he is taking part in – the Spec-Savers Ironman South Africa, which takes place on 14 April.
This grueling event in Port Elizabeth consists of a 3,8km swim, 180,2km bike ride and a 42,2km run.
And once again, Sean is ‘doing’ the Ironman to raise funds for Girls and Boys Town.
Thank you Sean, and we hope you have a great time at the Ironman.
To contact Sean you can email him on email@example.com
Sean McCoy completed the SpecSavers Ironman last weekend, and is now gearing up to run the Comrades Marathon.
Having completed the Cape Epic (700km) and the Ironman (226km), the Comrades will see Sean having completed 1019km – all while raising funds for Girls and Boys Town. And we were thrilled to hear that so far, Sean has raised R65 000 in pledges.
Thank you Sean, your efforts are great appreciated!
We’ve just heard that we’ve been given permission by the Department of Social Development to accept girls in all our regions.
This is a breakthrough we’ve been lobbying for, for some time. Watch out for more news to follow as we proceed with our plans to accept girls into Kagiso.
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