SHAWCO Occupational Therapy Screening day
38 final year Occupational Therapy students from UCT conducted screening on 127 Grade 1 learners from Intshayelelo Primary School in Khayelitsha on Wednesday, 27 January 2016.
The purpose of Visual Motor Integration (VMI) screening is to identify learners who are presenting with perceptual and motor integration problems. The 4th Year students completing their Child Learning Development and Play Practice learning blocks at the school will see learners who require further assessment and intervention throughout the year. A second screening will follow at the end of 2016 to track the progress of the learners.
On the 22 August, Terri Elliot (UCT Drama Lecturer) and 3 of her students visited Sivuyiseni Primary as part of the 2nd-year Theatre-in-Education module.
The SII 5th-year anniversary was celebrated on the 26th August at COSAT in Khayelitsha.
The Usasazo Life Science teacher and Head of Department, Ms Poswa was delighted that she could take both of her Grade 10 learners to the Pathology laboratory. 66 Grade 10 learners visited the pathology laboratory on the 22nd and 24th May.
On the 11 May, Grove Primary delivered a combi load of toys that they had collected from pupils and parents.
The School Management Team of Usasazo Secondary School in Khayelitsha completed their management short course, ‘Leading and Managing a Curriculum Delivery Team’.
TeachOut at Usasazo: Every Saturday a group of UCT TeachOut tutors provide maths and functional English sessions to 100 Grade 8 & 100 Grade 9 learners from Usasazo Secondary School, one of the SII partner schools.
On the 6 March 2017 the Western Cape Minister of Education, Debbie Schafer was invited as the guest speaker at one of the COSAT assemblies.
Well-known cartoonist Zapiro (Jonathan Shapiro) was invited to COSAT to speak at the assembly on the 29 March.
The COSAT Wellness Centre (CWC) has been fortunate to have had the opportunity to collaborate with Bryan Opert (Quantum Growth) in a series of workshops based on their EQUEST programme.
Occupational Therapy students from UCT, as part of SHAWCO Health & Rehab, undertook screening of 58 grade 1 and 2 learners from Intshayelelo Primary School, in Khayelitsha.
Dr Jonathan Clark, Director of the Schools Development Unit/Schools Improvement Initiative, presented a talk on "The Schools Improvement Initiative: UCT gaining educational ground in Khayelitsha" as the as part of the Distinguished Alumni Speaker Series. CLICK on the underlined link to download the PowerPoint presentation slides of the talk.