All articles from the summer, 2016 edition reproduced online.
In late July 2016, Will Hodgman, the premier of Tasmania, called for the lowering of the school starting age in that Australian state. Currently, Tasmanian children start attending school at the age of six-and-ahalf years. Hodgman wants them to in class at the age of four-and-a-half. His call has earned him the respect of the […]
To support your global approach in your classroom and your school, you may wish to introduce your students to the online magazine Teen Voices (see: http://womensenews.org/teen-voices/). Teen Voices provides online stories and commentary about issues directly affecting female teens around the world, serving as an outlet for young women to share their experiences and views. […]
On 8 May 2011, Kamoka Bush School officially opened in Limpopo, outside Modimolle (Nylstroom). It’s a two-and-a-half hour drive from Johannesburg to this outdoor education facility, owned and operated by St Stithians College. Kamoka is a Pedi word meaning ‘all’.
Every year, all the pupils at Cannons Creek Independent High school in Pinelands take to the wilderness areas around the Cape for the school’s annual Adventure Week.