Progressive Principals Association

Progressive Principals concerned over school violence

The Progressive Principals Association (PPA) has voiced their concerns about the increase in violence in at schools in the Mitchell’s Plain area. This comes after a learner was allegedly stabbed multiple times outside the school gate on Friday. The attack ensued after an alleged altercation during the school interval. According[…]

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Concerns of principals and teachers are ignored – Najaar

While pleas from the community for the reinstatement of suspended principal Brian Isaacs continues, the South Peninsula High principal may now face dismissal by the Western Cape Education Department (WCED). As a result, the manner in which the WCED has approached the matter has raised concerns about the treatment of principals[…]

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‘ANA’s shouldn’t be written’: PPA

Students need to be adequately prepared to undertake the Annual National Assessments (ANAs), and the tests should not simply be used for promotional purposes. That was the view of one of Cape Town’s most vocal educators, Brian Isaacs, a member of the Progressive Principals Association (PPA). The ANA’s has been[…]

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MP schools hosts charity golf day

A group of Mitchell’s Plain schools kicked off their first annual charity golf day at the Rondebosch Golf Club on Thursday in the hope of assisting all schools in the area that bear the brunt of poverty. Called “Golf for Education”, the event was organized by the Progressive Principals Association[…]

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