Associates
W.E.F.S.A.
W.E.F.S.A.Y.F.
Nasou Via Afrika Publishers
Via Afrika Publishers
MacMillan South Africa
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Associates
W.E.F.S.A.
W.E.F.S.A.Y.F.
Nasou Via Afrika Publishers
Via Afrika Publishers
MacMillan South Africa
Beyond 2000

ond 2000

 


Nature of the World Education Fellowship (WEF)

Founded in 1921, the World Education Fellowship is voluntary and non-partisan and enjoys the status of a UNESCO non-government organisation. It is open to educators, members of associated professions, and to all members of the public, who have a common interest in education at all levels. The fellowship meets biannually at international conferences, publishes books and pamphlets and through its national selections, participates in workshops,meetings, and developmental projects. The fellowship does not advocate any dogma; each member is free to put its principles into practice in ways which are best suited to his/her living and working environment. 

Principles of the World Education Fellowship

  1. The primary purpose of education today is to
    help all of us to grow as self-respecting, sensitive, confident
    well-informed, competent and responsible individuals in society and in the world community.
  2. People develop these qualities when they
    live in mutually supportive environments where sharing purposes and
    problems generate friendliness, commitment, and cooperation. Schools should aim to be communities of this kind.
  3. Learners should, as early as possible, take responsibility for the management of their own education in association
    with and support from others. They should be helped to achieve both local involvement and a global perspective.
  4. High achievement is best obtained by mobilising personal motivation and creativity within a context of open access to a variety of learning opportunities.
  5. Methods of assessment should aim to describe
    achievement and promote self-esteem.

Activities of the World Education Fellowship

In order that the above principles become reality, WEFendeavours to:

  1. Identify and pursue changes in policies and procedures to meet the varying individual and shared educational needs
    of people of all ages.
  2. Promote greater social and economic justice and quality through achieving a high standard of education for all
    groups wworldwide
  3. Encourage a balance between an education which nourishes the personal growth of individuals and one which stresses the social responsibility of each to work towards improving the human and physical environment.
  4. Foster educational contacts between all peoples including people from the third world in order to further international understanding and peace.
  5. Promote education as a lifelong process for all people, regardless of sex, race, beliefs, economic status or abilities.
  6. Encourage co-operative community involvement in clarifying educational goals and undertaking educational programmes.
  7. Secure for teachers the training, facilities, opportunities and status they need to be effective, professional people. 

WEFSA AND WEFSAYF

The
World Education Fellowship in South Africa (WEFSA)
and its Youth Forum (WEFSAYF),
founded in 2001 at the 41stWEF
InternationalConference on 
Sun
City, South Africa
,
is a recognised WEF chapter. 
It is an NGO-associated organization that has its international address located
at the physical, postal, telephonic and electronic addresses for S.T.A.L.K. Education, below.
 
EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT
 
Ms Debbie De Jong – well known learning
support specialist
 – addressed interested parents and teachers of Early Childhood Development on ‘School Readiness Assessment’ in preparation for primary school.
 
This event was hosted by World
Education Fellowship in South Africa (WEFSA)
 andS.T.A.L.K. ECD
School of Excellence.
 
Date:
    23rd and 30th May
Place:  Riverlea Recreation Centre
Time:   09h00 to 12h00.    
 
There was an overwhelming response in attendance. The participants have eagerly requested further followup sessions on a variety of different topics, like: movement, healthy learning, nutrition, and enrichment through play.
 
For more information [click here]

W.E.F.S.A. (World Education Fellowship South Africa) 
 
WEFSA’s
ECD 2010 Annual Service Awards
 for
” Best ECD Practitioner” will once again be hosted to
acknowledge the excellent work and good ECD Practice.

 



 




Venue:
  The Riverlea Empowerment Centre


 




Date:
     04 December 2010


 




Time: 
    09h00


 


 




Professional Child Care
Collage



 



Professional Child Care Collage
will be handing out certificates for Basic E.C.D. Practice to
all the E.C.D. Practitioners who have completed the course and
who were declared competent  





 



 


Venue:  The Riverlea Empowerment Centre
 

Date:     04 December 2010
 

Time:     09h00



 

 



W.E.F.S.A.
 and  Infinite
Performance Arts 
is hosting
a fund raising event called “In
the Heat of The Night
“. Through W.E.F.S.A’sperforming
arts productions is aiming to use these events as youth
development fundraisers to finance youth development and early
childhood development (E.C.D.)
initiatives.  
 

 

The first event will take place on
the 26th and 27th November
2010
 at the Majestic
Theater
 in Fordsburg, Johannesburg .
Tickets are available at R100-00 per
person per night.

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



CONTACT DETAILS
 




Physical Address   
 


Postal Address
 


WEFSA and WEFSAYF
 
WEFSA and
WEFSAYF
 


c/o S.T.A.L.K. Education  
 
c/o S.T.A.L.K.
Education
 


12 Waterval Road, Newlands.
 


12 Waterval Road, Newlands
 


Johannesburg.
 


Johannesburg.
 


GAUTENG.
 
GAUTENG 


South Africa.  
 
 2092 
 


South Africa
 
 
 Telephonic
and fax Addresses
 



Tel:
 (011) 534-3701 / 1088

 

 


 

 



Fax:
 086-617-4548
 

 

 

 

 Electronic
Addresses
 
 E-mail:wefsa@stalkeducation.co.za