Green Curtains in Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa | Learning Centre | School | Preschool | Early Learning
Our mission is to provide a stimulating and nurturing environment that provides children with the opportunity to develop and grow in a developmentally appropriate environment.
The Green Curtains PreSchool was established in 1994. While administered and supported by Valley Development Project, the preSchool grew and now has a total of 100 children attending daily. The children aged 3 years to 6 years are cared for by 5 teaching staff, a cook, a cleaner and a gardener.
The beautiful School, which was donated by the Rotary Club Cape of Goodhope, has 2 classrooms for the younger learners and 1 large open plan classroom which accommodates two grade R classes.
The classrooms are divided into 6 activity areas where children are allowed to play freely as they follow the daily programme.
The educators are all very conscientious and provide the best care and education by planning exciting activities for the young learners.
Green Curtains has become a School of best practise and with ongoing staff training and development they plan to continue giving their very best.
The E-T-E Fund aims to sponsor the complete education, Grade 1 through tertiary education, of initially five children each year from both Masakhane Creche in Masiphumelele and Green Curtains Pre-Primary School in Ocean View, both in a Township near Cape Town.
The 5 children from each pre-School who exhibit the most talent, determination and potential will be selected by the teachers and E-T-E Board with the approval, support and consent of all parents.
The E-T-E Fund will pay for and monitor the education of each child, with a small contribution from their parents and from the Schools to ensure the buy-in and full commitment of all parties.
The E-T-E will profile the progress of each child on an ongoing basis to keep the contributors informed about the achievements of the children and to demonstrate their contributions are helping real children to grow in very real terms.