Creche, preschool for underprivileged kids in Kya Sands area
The goal of Impact Kids is to reach and educate the underprivileged, orphaned and at risk children, with quality, caring Christian education. Since, February 2010, the first successful and fully functional location, has been thriving in Kya Sands Squatter Camp, home to 18,000 Africans. Then, in 2012 we launched our second location in Diepsloot, home to over 250,000 Africans.
Impact Kids Preschool and Community Care Centers are proven successful reproducible African models. Our goal is to continue to expand, launching sites in informal settlements throughout Southern Africa. These centers are a prime example of NGO's, local churches, corporate businesses and communities working together to create a solution to these devastating circumstances of Southern Africa.
Research shows that up to half of an individual's capacity to learn has been established by age four. Statistically, the school drop out rate of children is reduced by 60% if they attend preschool.
Education of the young is imperative and an investment in the future of a community, a people group, and ultimately an entire country. Impact Kids is a place of refuge, love and hope for children where they receive quality education in a stable and safe learning environment.
Emphasis is on the Preschool and Kindergarten level to capture the little ones from an early age. The curriculum used at Impact Kids focuses on the development of the children's cognitive, adaptive, social, behavioral, gross and fine motor skills.
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