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Partners for Possibility



PfP Blog Partners for Possibility needs you in 2019

Partners for Possibility (PfP), through its leadership development and principal support programme, continues to positively transform under-resourced schools in South Africa – school by school.

In the eighth year, and with an audacious target of impacting 2,000 under-resourced schools by 2030 in mind, the programme succeeded in reaching 900 schools.

This signifies that there is increasing awareness among individuals and businesses of the urgent task at hand – to sustainably solve the country’s deepening education crisis. The programme’s footprint this year alone also points to a shift in the thinking of ordinary citizens: towards the realisation that the active citizenry of South Africa possesses the power to turn the tide.

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PfP Blog Econo Food’s proud involvement with PfP

The recent annual Econo Foods Fiesta and Golf Day saw a massive total of R1,239,000 raised for the work of PfP.

This year, it was decided that all monies raised at the event this year would be matched by Econo Foods and the proceeds donated to PfP as the sole beneficiary.

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PfP Blog Loyalty programme celebrates 21 years of giving

Show your unwavering support for the betterment of education in South Africa by nominating Partners for Possibility as a beneficiary of the ’21 years of giving competition’

This year the MySchool MyVillage MyPlanetloyalty programme marks 21 years of giving. To celebrate this milestone, the programme will be giving back to the causes that matter most to you.

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PfP Blog School Leadership Forums in Cape Town and Johannesburg wrap up a successful 2018

As 2018 drew to a close, speakers at two School Leadership Forum (SLF) events highlighted the crucial role that leadership plays in the delivery of education and the success of the country

The final SLF event held this year in Cape Town was hosted in the Waterfront on 8 November. The guest speaker was prominent activist, political thinker, academic, medical doctor, businesswoman and Dr Mamphela Ramphele. Dr Ramphele probed the notion of reimagining and rebuilding South Africa in a rousing talk during which she posed sometimes difficult, but wholly necessary, questions about the ailing South African education system and the role of school leadership in rectifying it. She also called attention to the positive strides made by the past and current contingent of courageous school leaders, instilling a sense of hope and possibility. 

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PfP Blog Outdoor Classroom Day 2018: Celebrating the benefits of outdoor learning

The success of this year’s annual global Outdoor Classroom Day campaign has shown that teaching and learning needn’t be confined to the four walls of the classroom. Despite the inclement weather that affected some parts of South Africa on 1 November 2018, schools across the country held at least one class outdoors and showed unique South African flair and originality in the activities they chose!

Around 150,000 learners from early childhood development (ECD) centres and schools across South Africa participated this year in the event which promotes outdoor learning. The campaign’s long-term goal is for outdoor learning to become part of every school day for every child.

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PfP Blog 900 business-education partnerships launched since 2011

Partners for Possibility (PfP), the flagship programme of Symphonia for South Africa (SSA), is a step closer to realising its bold and audacious vision of quality education for all children by 2030.

The innovative nation building initiative recently launched its 900th business-education partnership – in just seven years – at the Peter Zongwane Primary School in Tembisa, Gauteng.

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PfP Blog Art auction to raise much needed funds for PfP work

At PfP, we pride ourselves on shrinking seemingly insurmountable problems into small, easily manageable steps. That’s how we’ve been able to positively impact over 850 schools in just eight years.

We are looking to welcome more schools to the programme in 2019, but in order to stengthen our presence, we need your help in fund raising for PfP.

Please consider taking a small, but meaningful step in supporting the impactful work PfP undertakes- and help create the educational future each and very child deserves.

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PfP Blog Photographers Without Borders document Gauteng PfP schools

The PfP Marketing and Communications Team hosted Seth Charter and his partner Arletta Charter, two visionary members of the Toronto-based volunteer organisation, Photographers Without Borders (PWB), in October. Their mission in South Africa: To ignite awareness around the plight of under-resourced PfP schools, and to ultimately effect change in an ethical way through capturing compelling imagery to communicate messages, share perspectives, foster cross-cultural understanding, and inspire others.

Both photographers described their experience in South Africa as ‘life-altering’ and ‘rewarding’, expressing a particular appreciation for the typical South African hospitality and warmth shown by all those they encountered.

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PfP Blog Transformational growth and momentum marked at PfP annual celebration

The more than 850 powerful, impactful partnerships between school principals and business leaders across South Africa were celebrated in Sandton, Johannesburg this month.

Sizwe Nxasana, founder of the Sifiso Learning Group and Co-founder and Chairman of the National Education Collaboration Trust (NECT), was the guest speaker of PfP’s annual celebration held at the FNB Conference Centre on Tuesday 9 October, which saw partnering organisations, schools, conscious leaders and other PfP stakeholders gather to celebrate the steady growth of the programme.

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PfP Blog SABPP endorses PfP programme

The September issue of the HR Voice, a publication distributed by the SA Board for People Practices (SABPP), has seen the PfP programme stipulated as an approved and accredited programme that supports learning and development. 

As a world-respected HR professional body, leading the way with people practices standards, professional competence and active citizenry, the SABPP aims to give a credible voice to the HR Profession and add value by contributing to the sustainability of organisations.

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