Early Childhood Development
Early Childhood Development
Inclusive Workshops to address Early Identification to Barriers and the Support 
Schools Inclusive Project
Schools Inclusive Project
Equipping educators to support ALL learners.
Advocacy
Advocacy
To honour the right to education.

Inclusive Education South Africa is a registered non-profit organisation. It has promoted and supported inclusive education practices in South Africa since 1995.

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Latest Projects

Latest Projects
IESA AGM 2017
Making Differentiation Work
Sharing Our Stories
Developing Inclusive Teaching Practice between schools in the Motheo District
ECD Practitioner and FCM Training
IESA Pilot to Develop Inclusive Practice in ECD Service Provider Programmes
Northern Cape Inclusive Schools Project

Our Services

Information and Support
IESA’s Information & Support service continues to receive and respond to a wide range of enquiri
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ECD Practitioner and FCM Training
This two-day training is funded by the Western Cape Department of Social Development and is an ...
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Schools Inclusive Project
Equipping educators to support ALL learners.
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Professional Learning Communities
Project Schools: Kleinzee Centre for Learning and Development, Ferdinand Brecher Primary School, ...
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2016-2017 Impact

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Provinces
99
Schools
99
Educators
99
Children

Testimonials

“I did not know that there was a difference between curriculum differentiation and individualized instruction, very insightful.  “It gave me more insight on how to differentiate, modify and make the work easier”
Mr Mothlabane – Principal of Archie Mbolekwa School, Eastern Cape
Mr Mothlabane – Principal of Archie Mbolekwa School, Eastern Cape
“It has taught me the importance of including the child in order to build self-confidence and teach them responsibility”.
ECD Practioner – Inclusive Education Two Day Awareness Training
ECD Practioner – Inclusive Education Two Day Awareness Training
“Being home schooled for over a year and almost no contact with his peers, words could not describe the excitement he felt getting up each morning and getting ready for school and wanting to get there as soon as possible to play with his new friends.” 
S. Jansen – Parent who accessed our Information and Support Programme
S. Jansen – Parent who accessed our Information and Support Programme

IESA Blog

“I Don’t Want to go to School”
“I Don’t Want to go to School”
September 14, 2017
Making transitions easier: Leatitia Brummer Despite the teacher’s attempts to console her, Robyn has been crying bitterly since her mother left her at school. The rest of the Grade 1 class
How do you Prepare a Child for a new schooling Environment?
How do you Prepare a Child for a new schooling Environment?
September 7, 2017
In the light of applications being given in and most parents having heard back from schools, parents of first-time school-goers will be thinking through preparing their children not onl...
The Value of Parent-Teacher Partnerships
The Value of Parent-Teacher Partnerships
May 12, 2017
In the article below, our ECD Trainer, Cindy Olivier, highlights the important role parents play in the parent-teacher partnership.  We trust you enjoy.  For full newsletter click here Th

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