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Progress on our Staff Development program

Investing in our staff at Philile has been one of our main focuses for 2012 and 2013. Last year, thanks to funding, we were able to enrol Violet, Agnes and Sindiswa into the Professional Child Care College in Melville, equipping them with an NQF women viagra shop clomid tablets search viagra tetracycline canadaian pharmacy but generic cialis buy cialis online safely cialis from uk

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The Philile Mini Maestro Debut

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Special Delivery

In one of our most recent blogs we featured the heart-warming story of how Marelene Maartens of Godfirst City rallied up a team of women to sew together 150 track suits for each of the children at Philile. This month we see this initiative come full circle as eight of the ladies from Godfirst City visited both our sites to make this special delivery.

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Mini Maestro Training Continues

Our Mini Maestro training is continuing to be an exciting and beneficial course for our teachers, with the children of course reaping the benefits too. The exciting music curriculum training is helping our teachers to visualise and plan music lessons, as well as train them on how to teach the children new songs, dances and how to play basic musical  instruments. On Saturday, 20th

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Sponsoring Philile

We’ve been having encouraging meetings with some of our current sponsors to look at their involvement for the year ahead. We’re excited to be pulling in more skills and resources that exist in these relationships and are so thankful for the continued commitment made to Philile. If you are interested in supporting the work of Philile below is a few ways you can get

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Toying around in the Classroom

In the second week of April, Phumuzile and Simangele, both teachers at Philile Hillbrow, went on a three day toy course that was held by Cotlands in Terfontein. The course covered the importance of playing games with children and discussed the different types of toys which should be used with different age groups for the most beneficial development. Toys are crucial for the development

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Sew Inspired!

With winter creeping upon us, it’s time to bring out those hot water bottles, electric blankets, heaters, and the like as we prepare for another cold season ahead. However in communities like Diepsloot where there is no electricity the thought of facing this season is a “chilling” one! It is for this reason that Marelene Maartens, from Godfirst City, rallied up a group of

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