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1 Eskom's Secondary Schools Mathematics, Science and Technology Programme in conjunction with SAASTA (18 schools)

2 1.- Programme Objectives: To increase the number of learners who pass matric with higher grade Mathematics and Science. To build a pipeline of potential future Eskom bursars to study Science Engineering and Technology To act as a pilot for potential input to the Dinaledi Project Act as resource centre for other schools Objectives

3 LOCATION OF SCHOOLS Msobomvu (Springbok) Emang Mmogo (Kimberley) Ndamase (Umtata) Little Flower (Ixopo) Phukalla (Lindley) Phofung (Qwaqwa) Saul Damon (Upington) Hans Kekana & Makgetse Kgomotso & Filadelfia (Pretoria) Thengwe (Thohoyandou) Motse Maria (Polokwane) Sakhile (White Rivier) Masibumbane Ulundi Somkhahlekwa Atlantis Bridgetown

4 LOCATION OF SCHOOLS 1.Atlantis Western Cape 2.Bridgetown Western Cape 3.Emang Mmogo Northern Cape 4.Saul Damon Northern Cape 5.Msobomvu Eastern Cape 6.Ndamase Eastern Cape 7.Little Flower KZN 8.Masibumbane KZN 9.Motse Maria Limpopo

5 LOCATION OF SCHOOLS 10. Thengwe Limpopo 11. Hans Kekana North West 12. Makgetse North West 13. Filadelfia Gauteng 14. Kgomotso Gauteng 15. Phofung Free State 16. Phukalla Free State 17. Sakhile Mpumalanga 18. Somkhahlekwa Mpumalanga

6 Scope of Support 4.Scope of support provided to schools 2 Educators per school (Maths and Science) Learning Material Teaching Aids Science and Biology Laboratory Equipment Computers, Printers, and Software (Networking) General (Classroom and Laboratory Furniture, Photocopiers, Alarm System, Air Conditioners, Stationery, etc)

7 5.Learners involvement in supporting programmes Maths and Science Olympiads Expo for Young Scientists Winter schools Bursary and Merit Awards Learners

8 6.Educators 2 Additional Educators for Maths and Science Educators support programme (educator workshops twice a year) Computer skills training by Future teacher John Maree Scholarship Eskom Best Educator Awards Educators

9 7.Results Achieved Increase in number of learners studying Mathematics and Science Increase in schools offering Maths and Science in HG Increase in girls taking maths and science Increase in pass rates Learner and school awards (Chairmans Awards) Motivated headmasters and educators Interschool network and established relations Interschool visits Exposition of learners to the university environment during winter school Increased participation in Maths and Science Olympiads, the Eskom Expo for the Young Scientists reaching national level. The 18 schools programme has been accepted as a model by the Dept of Education With the expansion of the Dinaledi programme,12 of the 18 schools were incorporated due to successes shown. In total 15 schools belong to the Dinaledi programme. Results Achieved

10 8. Evaluation of Programme Research Project Methodology – A Quantitative and Qualitative Approach was employed. Questionnaires were administered to Learners and Educators; and Focus Groups were held with Educators and Learners. Information was collated and an evaluation report has been compiled. Evaluation

11 9.Learning Points Support by School Governing Body / Parents Association Role of Headmaster Competence of Educators Infrastructure and Facilities (classrooms, learning material) Fully furnished centres for computers, science and biology Text books for grades 10,11 and12 and stationery Software programmes Air conditioners for computer centres Digital overhead projectors Learning Points

12 Name of School Atlantis ( WP) Bridgetown ( WP) Emang Mmogo ( NC) Filadelfia ( GT) Hans Kekana (NW) Kgomotso ( GT) Little Flower ( KZN) Makgetse ( NW) Masibumbane ( KZN) Motse Maria (LMP) Msobomvu ( EC) Ndamase ( EC) Phofung ( FS) Phukalla ( FS) Saul Damon ( NC) Sakhile (Mpumalanga) Somkhahlekwa (MPL) Thengwe ( Limpopo) Performance Analysis

13 FINANCIALS FINANCES Cost Element NameValue in Rand Winter SchoolR 25,809, Educators' SalariesR 52,650, Workshops for Heads and Educators18,450 Resources7,900,545

14 RETAINED SCHOOLS 2009 to DATE Atlantis Western Cape Kgomotso Gauteng Little Flower KZN Makgetse NW Motse Maria Limpopo Thengwe Limpopo

15 2009/2010 RESOURCES 12 Educators salaries Stationery supplies Winter school Managers Awards

16 Comparative Enrolment Pass per school Mathematics Grade 12 SchoolBoysGirlsTotal Atlantis Sec School %62% Kgomotso High School %68% Little Flower Sec School %70% Makgetse High School %81% Motse Maria Sec School031 92%62% Thengwe High School %96%

17 Comparative Enrolment per school Physical Science Grade 12 SchoolBoysGirlsTotal Atlantis Sec School %69% Kgomotso High School %38% Little Flower Sec School %88% Makgetse High School %90% Motse Maria Sec School040 81%89% Thengwe High School %97%

18 2010 Comparative pass rate school vs province SchoolPass %ProvincePass % Atlantis Secondary70,2Western Province76,3 Kgomotso High42Gauteng85 Little Flower Secondary93,7KZN67,8 Makgetse High99,4Gauteng85 Motse Maria High96Polokwane53,7 Thengwe High99,8Polokwane53,7

19 2009/2010 Financials RESOURCEAMOUNT Educator salariesR 4,500, Winter SchoolR3,300, StationeryR 47, Managers AwardsR335, Other (COURIER)R 35, TOTALR 8,217,735.00

20 END OF PRESENTATION END THANK YOU


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