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Nuutste InisiatieweBeskou Alle Inisiatiewe ’Young Blood’ Printmaking Workshops 2017- 2022 (ongoing)​​​​Nicknamed 'Young Blood' by the participants, this young collective stemmed out of the 2017 Thupelo workshops held at Nyanga Arts Development Center. Velile Soha and Ledelle Moe began the group with two pilot workshops and a group of young learners from the area. This evolved into an ongoing and consistent biweekly Arts workshop at the center. Abongile Ngqunge, Nomusa Mtshali and Charles Palm assisted in the classes bringing their unique creative insights as artists to the workshops.In October 2017 the students exhibited with the Black Ink collective at GUS Gallery in Stellenbosch. This venture allowed for a creative platform for all students to meet and for the older members of our groups to explain the deep history behind the traditions of visual storytelling. The following year, in 2018, Stellenbosch's Black ink collective and the 'Young Blood' Nyanga group exhibited together again at the The Spot Gallery in Woodstock. In 2019 the workshops moved from the Nyanga Arts Center to Velile Soha's studio in Langa. Abongile Ngqunge, Ledelle Moe and Velile Soha continue to run the bi-weekly workshops which has expanded to include new learners. The group exhibited a selection of their works at Zeitz MoCAA in October 2020 and in December 2021, the ABC Gallery in Cape Town hosted an exhibition of the group's work. The workshops and programming will continue this year and will include an exhibition of the groups work at Roam Gallery in Massachusetts, USA, in November of 2022.​​1521 - FIT (Frequent Individual Training)​​During the Sport Science course the students have an elective module - Applied kinesiology 324 and 344. This module focuses on physical activity for persons with disabilities and disability sport. During this module the students are required to work with clients from the community in groups of 2-3 to design intervention programmes that will enhance the clients health and wellness. The population groups are screened and cleared for physical activity. All clients have a recognized disability (various disabilities) and the age ranges from children to the elderly. All clients live within a 50km radius of Stellenbosch. Adapt2move (the students under supervision and guidance) commit to at least 18 individual training sessions per semester (36 hours in total per year) at no cost to the client. Facilities are provided by the Deparment Sport Science as well as Maties Gymnasium (collaboration between us). The programme asks the client to commit to this number of sessions. The sessions form part of the students engaged teaching and learning that is evaluated through indivudal reflections and group case study presentations to the class. 1512 Supplementary Education Programme in Mathematics and Physical Science for FET learners in Matzikama area. ​The SUNCEP supplementary e-learning program focuses on Mathematics and Physical Science learners of the Further Education and Training phase. The program aims to support learners to develop a better understanding of the Mathematics and Physical Sciences content presented through mainstream teaching. The program's key objective is to prepare learners for university access through a supplementary e-learning program. However, the focus is not to substitute the teachers but to offer supplementary support to the conventional, national school curriculum. The support provided by the program is based on diagnostic assessment, remediation, and academic extension. The duration of the program is two years, and the participants are gr 11 and 12 learners and the corresponding teachers from West Coast District, Matzikama Area, in the Western Cape. The program activities to ensure the program's success are to provide the program participants with a loan tablet, a SIM card, and a monthly data bundle (40 GB in total) to access the Smart Class LMS. Learners and teachers will be trained to use the Learner Management System (LMS) and the related material in workshops, and teachers will be trained to support learners with the use of the content on the LMS. The learners' participation will be monitored on the LMS platform to ensure that they obtain the maximum benefit of the program. The knowledge transfer through the project activities will provide knowledgeable, skillful school learners as potential future students at Stellenbosch University from new spheres of society. Furthermore, the projected impact of the project is to improve learners' progress in Mathematics and Physical Sciences, which can help them pass these subjects and get accepted at tertiary institutions. ​1464

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