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Saturday 13 April was an exciting day at Catch-Up, as we launched several new initiatives: We launched a public speaking class, with the support of the University of Pretoria's Debating Union The kids who’ve been receiving music classes gave their first performance on stage We...

Towards the end of 2018 Catch-Up decided to partner with The Click Foundation in order to revamp the dilapidated computer labs at our Catch-Up schools.  We managed to raise enough money to purchase and install a total of 150 laptops at three schools and their...

Two of our regular Catch-Up tutors started a monthly Art Class! Another 15 underprivileged school kids are now part of the Catch-Up programme and will learn new skills and be inspired. Thanks a lot, Rochelle Steyn and Stephan Steyn for this wonderful initiative!  ...

We started training a few school teachers to become music teachers!  Once trained, each teacher will be able to teach 30 kids how to read music and play the recorder instrument.  A big thanks to Yamaha South Africa, and especially to Eustace Wilken, for their fantastic...

During the July 2018 school holidays, 40 high school learners from Midstream College give up some of their own holiday time to be Catch-Up tutors.  We ran a four-day Holiday Catch-Up programme at two township schools and helped a total of 80 kids.  The four...

OUTsurance, through their Staff Helping SA OUT initiative, not only commits 16 tutors to Catch-Up every week, but will now also help to address some crucial infrastructure needs at the schools. Watch the video OUTsurance produced about their Catch-Up involvement: https://youtu.be/qER0tY14epw....

Each learner at yesterday's Catch-Up was able to pick a book from the Catch-Up library to take home. It was amazing to see their hunger to read! We need more books, appropriate for kids aged 6 to 13. They will be read over and over again!...