Schools Inclusive Project
Schools Inclusive Project
Equipping educators to support ALL learners.
Early Childhood Development
Early Childhood Development
Inclusive Workshops to address Early Identification to Barriers and the Support 
Advocacy
Inclusive Education continues to advocate for the effective implementation of inclusive education (IE).  Our advocacy strategy has focused on the education system's poor retention rates, the urgent need to fund IE by gazetting the Norms and Standards for Resourcing IE, and prompting the right to education for children with disabilities.   [sp_news category="19" grid="2"]

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Information and Communication
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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Testimonials

Thank you so much for the privilege to be able to share.   Thank you for doing what you are doing for all children in South Africa!  There are so many parents that need your support.  We are spreading the word!  Believe me!  WE ARE!    
Berdien Tenten – Mother of Yeva in response to sharing her Inclusive Teachers campaign story.
Berdien Tenten – Mother of Yeva in response to sharing her Inclusive Teachers campaign story.
“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

School Enrolment 2020
School Enrolment 2020
February 19, 2019
Applications for school enrolment are now open.  We are very aware that this is often a time filled with much anxiety  and therefore, we at IESA would like to share some new tips t...
Management of Accommodations for Learners who experience Barriers to Assessment and Learning
Management of Accommodations for Learners who experience Barriers to Assessment and Learning
February 12, 2019
When you have handed out the standard assessment to a learner at exam/test time, have you ever felt that there is really no chance of him making it? We know there are learners whose writi...
Should We Teach Race and Culture in Early Childhood Development
Should We Teach Race and Culture in Early Childhood Development
January 23, 2019
On the 17th July we had the opportunity to discuss teaching race and culture in the early stages of childhood development.   Click here to listen to the podcast to hear IESA...

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