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South African High Commission in Britain Education Pages

http://www.southafricahouse.com/Education.htm

Information for Schools, Colleges and others in the UK who are interested in education issues in South Africa.

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South African Qualification Authority (SAQA)

http://www.saqa.org.za/

An official body appointed by the ministers of Education and Labour to oversee the development of the National Qualification Framework (NQF) in South Africa.

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South African Society of Music Teachers

http://www.puk.ac.za/musdocs/sasmt/

The South African Society of Music Teachers is the oldest professional music society in South Africa. Since its inception in 1922, it has grown to a body representing more than 1,000 music educators at universities, colleges, schools, music centres, and in private practice.

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South Peninsula Colleges

http://www.southpencollege.co.za/

Peninsula College providing training and working skills for those wishing to be more productive and accessible in the work place. Gain valuable hands on experience before entering the job market.

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St Josephs Marist College

http://www.mariststjosephs.co.za/

School situated in Rondebosch, Cape Town , catering for all ages.

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St Mary's Diocesan School for Girls, Kloof, KwaZulu Natal

http://www.stmarys.kzn.school.za

10 out of 10 stars (1 vote)

St Mary's in Natal helps to develop their pupils academically, physically, culturally and spiritually.

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St Mary's DSG Kloof KwaZulu Natal South Africa

http://www.stmarys.kzn.school.za/

10 out of 10 stars (1 vote)

St. Mary's DSG, Kloof, in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, is a prestigious girls' school with exceptional facilities, offering a wide range of choices in the academic, sporting and cultural spheres to students from Grade R to Grade 12.

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Star Schools

http://www.starschools.co.za/

Offering supplementary tuition for Std 8, 9 and Matric.

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StegoEdu

http://www.stegoedu.com/

This site represents all aspects of Montessori in South Africa - the purpose being to provide information and help to South African parents, students,and directresses.

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Teacherseeker

http://www.teacherseeker.co.za

10 out of 10 stars (1 vote)

Job finder and employment opportunities for teachers in South Africa.

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The Electronic Schoolbook

http://www.school.za/tes/

The Electronic Schoolbook (TES) serves as a comprehensive, definitive resource for South African Schools connected to the Internet.

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The Ridge School

http://ridge.gp.school.za/

One of Johannesburg's oldest boys' preparatory schools.

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The Shack School

http://www.shackschool.co.za

Developing a school in the Joe Slovo squatter camp.

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Thomas More College

http://www.tmore.kzn.school.za

Co-educational, independent private school in KwaZulu Natal with classes from grade 0 (pre-primary) to grade 12 (matriculation). It has a small boarding facility for boys.

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Tlamoha College

http://www.tlamoha.co.za/

Affordable education and skill based training. Engineering, educare, business, entrepreneurial and other life skills courses.

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Western Cape Home Schooling Association

http://www.grobler.co.za/wchsa/index.htm

Organisation to promote Home Schooling in the Western Cape, South Africa.

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Willowridge High School

http://www.willowridge.co.za

Co-educational High School situated in Pretoria.

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Youth AIDS Project (YAP)

http://youthaidsproject.org.za/

Registered non-profit organisation in South Africa aiming to establish a peer to peer information system about HIV/AIDS, educating young medical students in workshops to enable them to go back to their former schools to teach the pupils.

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