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The Centre for Creative Education (CCE) is a member of the Southern African Federation of Waldorf Schools, which links all the Waldorf schools in the country. For a full listing of member schools as well as other details of the foundation, you can visit www.waldorf.org.za.

The Centre for Creative Education (CCE) is a member of the Southern African Federation of Waldorf Schools, which links all the Waldorf schools in the country. For a full listing of member schools as well as other details of the foundation, you can visit www.waldorf.org.za.

CCE in East Africa

Having attended an educational conference in South Africa, and made contact with Ann Sharfman and Peter van Alphen, who are both long-standing staff members of Centre for Creative Education (CCE), teacher Adeline Mlay and her husband, Rashidi Mbugunia from Tanzania, were inspired by Waldorf pedagogy. In 1997 they began the East Africa Teacher Training (EATT) programme in Dar es Salaam, for preschool/kindergarten and primary school teachers.

 

Following the passing of Adeline in 1999, the EATT moved to Nairobi in Kenya. Three modules are offered each year and has been ongoing for the past 22 years (excepting for a hiatus in 2020 due to the declared Covid pandemic).

 

The programme attracts teachers from mainly Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, but has also hosted them from Zimbabwe, Ivory Coast, Ethiopia and Madagascar. Six Waldorf schools have been established in East Africa, as well as two rural education projects – one in Masailand and the other in Samburuland.

 

Three times a year CCE staff travel from Cape Town to Nairobi where they work with as many as 50 teachers from EATT, overseeing in-service training. Ann Sharfman works in the area of Early Childhood Development, while Peter van Alphen leads the Primary School level sessions.

CCE International

The Centre for Creative Education (CCE) partners with the Freunde der Erziehungskunst Rudolf Steiners – Friends of Waldorf Education, based in Germany, as part of a socio-cultural exchange programme.

 

Refer to Freunde der Erziehungskunst website to find out more about this exciting project.

CCE in East Africa

Having attended an educational conference in South Africa, and made contact with Ann Sharfman and Peter van Alphen, who are both long-standing staff members of Centre foe Creative Education (CCE), teacher Adeline Mlay and her husband, Rashidi Mbugunia from Tanzania, were inspired by Waldorf pedagogy. In 1997 they began the East Africa Teacher Training (EATT) programme in Dar es Salaam, for preschool/kindergarten and primary school teachers.

 

Following the passing of Adeline in 1999, the EATT moved to Nairobi in Kenya. Three modules are offered each year and has been ongoing for the past 22 years (excepting for a hiatus in 2020 due to the declared Covid pandemic).

 

The programme attracts teachers from mainly Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, but has also hosted them from Zimbabwe, Ivory Coast, Ethiopia and Madagascar. Six Waldorf schools have been established in East Africa, as well as two rural education projects – one in Masailand and the other in Samburuland.

 

Three times a year CCE staff travel from Cape Town to Nairobi where they work with as many as 50 teachers from EATT, overseeing in-service training. Ann Sharfman works in the area of Early Childhood Development, while Peter van Alphen leads the Primary School level sessions.

CCE International

The Centre for Creative Education (CCE) partners with the Freunde der Erziehungskunst Rudolf Steiners – Friends of Waldorf Education, based in Germany, as part of a socio-cultural exchange programme.

 

Refer to Freunde der Erziehungskunst website to find out more about this exciting project.

4 Victoria Road, Plumstead, 7800

Cape Town, South Africa

PO Box 280, Plumstead, 7801

ZENZELENI CAMPUS

64 Mongesi Road, F-Section,

Khayelitsha, 7784

Cape Town, South Africa

PO Box 280, Plumstead, 7801

POLICY OF NON-DISCRIMINATION

The Centre for Creative Education promotes respect for all students, employees, and applicants for admissions or employment, and prohibits discrimination based on race, colour, nationality, religion, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, pregnancy, marital status, or any other category that is protected by law. These nondiscrimination policies apply in the administration of our educational policies, hiring policies, admissions policies and financial aid programs.

Registered with the Department of Higher Education and training 2000/HE08/003
Centre for Creative Education – Iziko Labantu be Afrika
NPO 007 349 / NPC 1997/21076/08 / PBO 930005582/ B-BBEE Level 1

4 Victoria Road, Plumstead, 7800

Cape Town, South Africa

PO Box 280, Plumstead, 7801

ZENZELENI CAMPUS

64 Mongesi Road, F-Section,

Khayelitsha, 7784

Cape Town, South Africa

PO Box 280, Plumstead, 7801

POLICY OF NON-DISCRIMINATION

The Centre for Creative Education promotes respect for all students, employees, and applicants for admissions or employment, and prohibits discrimination based on race, colour, nationality, religion, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, pregnancy, marital status, or any other category that is protected by law. These nondiscrimination policies apply in the administration of our educational policies, hiring policies, admissions policies and financial aid programs.

Registered with the Department of Higher Education and training 2000/HE08/003
Centre for Creative Education – Iziko Labantu be Afrika
NPO 007 349 / NPC 1997/21076/08 / PBO 930005582/ B-BBEE Level 1

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