ORT SA CAPE prides itself on development for social change: opening minds, getting children off the street in to enriching learning experiences and balancing this with helping teachers engage with their challenges. ORT SA CAPE’s strategic focus is Teacher Training, Constructive After School Programme for EnRichment (CASPER) and Monitoring and Evaluation.

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Wednesday, 11 February 2015
World ORT Board of Trustees held their annual Trustee meeting in Johannesburg in January, where ORT SA hosted the event. World ORT Trustee members and executive members also visited Cape Town. The...
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The CASPER Robotics and Reading Programme contributed to the advancement of Literacy at our school and in the community. The children could apply what they have read, especially the use of instructions to build Robots. This Reading Programme will certainly lead to better understanding and answering of questions in exams. The creation of our Library will further contribute to the Reading Programme.
Mr Julies, Principal, Berg River High School
The CASPER Reading Programme increased the learners’ potential and level of reading, as well as boosting their self-confidence.
Mr November, Principal, Pniel Primary School
The Science Club that incorporates ORT SA CAPE Robotics has a tremendous impact on the lives of our students.
Mr Witbooi, Principal, Hector Peterson Secondary School
Thank you very much for the opportunity to volunteer as a facilitator on your projects. I have indeed had a really great learning and life changing experience through the work that I have done with your organisation. I have had fun working with the children and I have learnt a lot from them too. I hope to see your organisation’s projects reaching more children and continuing to change lives in the future.
Malebo Mohulatse, Volunteer, ORT SA CAPE’s Robotics Programme