Sitting amongst the top 10 countries in the world in terms of cultural and ethnic diversity, at the tip of one of the most linguistically diverse continents, South Africa has one of the most sought after resources in terms of developing the skills our children require in order to thrive in the 21st Century:
‘Diverse groups do best at complex problems and innovation when the facts aren’t clear: each individual’s perspective allows him or her to tackle challenges differently, and, when stuck, rely on others’ differing points of views to progress’World Economic Forum (2018). [Online] The path to a shared future is built on diversity and inclusion. Available from Why Diversity is More Important than Talent [Accessed August 2019].
To realise our vision of an equality and integration, we’re looking for families who are prepared to partner with us – as we seek, celebrate, and embrace diversity – and kickstart an education revolution where we all learn from one another and no one is left unchanged (Spring Institute, 2016).
Soul Action is committed to ensuring diverse and quality education is accessible across South Africa’s current socio-economic divides. As an independent fee-paying school, that calculates fees on a sliding scale, Soul Action is in a position to offer a limited number of bursaries to families who can satisfactory prove their household income.
Admissions for the school year starting January 2020 are not yet open, but if you would like to register your interest, and / or arrange an appointment to meet with us, please do get in touch.
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Some estimates suggest that Africa has as many as 2,100 different spoken languages