Even the biggest challenges seem smaller when we take a step closer, roll up our sleeves and take action.
By investing in the social and emotional well-being of learners, Community Keepers create supportive school communities where learning and development can prosper.
We establish ourselves at schools, where we deliver professional services to learners, educators and parents or guardians.
We build long-term relationships
individuals, their families and communities, Step up.
Improve the social and emotional well-being of learners and promote supportive school communities where learning and development can prosper.
we partner with school management to ensure that they are active partners, directly involved in the planning, execution and monitoring of all services and programmes.
OUR SCHOOL-BASED OFFICES ARE MANAGED BY REGISTERED COUNSELLORS OR SOCIAL WORKERS WHO BUILD LONG-TERM RELATIONSHIPS WITH LEARNERS, EDUCATORS AND PARENTS. OFFICES ARE OPEN ON ALL WEEKDAYS DURING SCHOOL TERMS.
WE SYSTEMATICALLY IMPLEMENT OUR SERVICES AND PROGRAMMES, FOCUSING ON ONE GRADE DURING OUR FIRST YEAR OF IMPLEMENTATION. ANNUALLY, WE PRESENT THE FOLLOWING SERVICES AND PROGRAMMES TO ONE ADDITIONAL GRADE UNTIL THE WHOLE SCHOOL IS ACCOMMODATED:
*As of Dec 31st 2017
R200 is the average fee for employing a Community Keepers psychologists, counsellor or social worker for 45 minutes. However, for 30 minutes contact with a learner, an additional 15 minutes is needed for preparation and administration (report writing, referrals and feedback). Therefore, we guarantee that for every R200 donated, a minimum of 45 minutes time will be spent with a learner.
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