Early childhood development is the most effective developing programme, building a better future for all!
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The fruit of the Jubilee Excellence Schools curriculum. A solid foundation makes all the difference.
The children of the 2011 grade R class at Klippie Kids pre-school at Shiloh Klipheuwel, now in Primary school, excels in language and mathematics!
Tyrone Adonis Mathematics Olympiad 2014
The foundation to think mathematical is laid between the ages of 4 - 5. We focus strongly on this.
Miguel Swarts Mathematics Olympiad 2014
Gainor Maans 2009 puplil at Klippie Kids: Trophy for best in Language 2012.
Gainor Maans receives a second trophy for best pupil Mathematics Olympiad 2014.

Research shows that children who participate in quality ECD programmes are more ready to learn when they begin school and are less likely to repeat grades or drop out of school.
The science of early development tells us that a strong foundation in early childhood lays the foundation for responsible citizenship, economic prosperity, healthy communities, and successful parenting of the next generation. A weak foundation can seriously undermine the social and economic vitality of the nation.

Intervening  in  the  early  years  of  a  child’s  development  therefore  offers  the  most  promise  for setting a society up for success. Because it is a period of unprecedented social, cognitive, and physical growth, it is also a period of tremendous opportunity.

Reports on educational achievement in South Africa demonstrate that far too many of our school-going children are performing very poorly, often failing to acquire functional numeracy and literacy skills.

The learning deficits that children accumulate in their early years are not ‘re-mediated’ by schooling. Rather, they continue to grow over time, until they become insurmountable.

As an investment in human development, spending money on the first six years of a child’s education  yields the highest return over the course of a persons life.

The argument for this investment is significantly more compelling in poor communities where early childhood education and development can help to level the situation for disadvantaged children. 
World Economic Forum (WEF) has ranked South Africa's Maths and Science education second last in the world, only ahead of Yemen. Half of the country's Grade 3 learners are literate while only 13 % of Grade 9 learners achieved a 50 percent pass mark in Mathematics. 41.7% of the total population has completed an education of high school or higher…

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