Two Belgian performers and clowns, brought joy, smiles and a wonderfully interactive performance to the children at Die Sterreweg as part of their world wide tour travelling as Nez du monde. After recently concluding their tour of Asia, Quentin and Amandine are currently backpacking / hitch hiking throughout Africa putting on performances for children. We were so fortunate that they happened to arrive in Plettenberg Bay and chose to do
There has been a buzz of activity at Die Sterreweg this week as everyone has enthusiastically been preparing cards to take home to celebrate Mother’s Day on Sunday 12 May. Beautiful hand made cards have been in production all week to ensure that the completed product was ready for home time today. Cutting and pasting. Drawing and painting To ensure that every child was part of the activity, hand over hand
The wonderful Magical Tree stands proudly in the centre of our Magical Garden at Die Sterreweg and is unique and very special feature. Our youth and children work together to maintain the beauty of the garden. Not only is this a safe play for playing and letting your imagination run wild, we also have beautiful fresh produce regularly harvested from our garden. A recent project undertaken by our youth was
The Sabrina Love Foundation would like to become part of the wide reach of the My School initiative! To be eligible to register, we only need a few more sign ups. Please click on the link below, sign and return the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org immediately!!!! Complete the MySchool Application Form Not only does our foundation benefit, but each person that signs up qualifies for additional discounts with Woolworths and
Kim Van Gysen and Nikki Mocke will be competing in the Freedom Paddle surfski race around Robben island to raise for the Sabrina Love Foundation and in particular their feeding progamme. “We are very excited to support such and incredible organization which is having such a powerful impact in the lives of special needs children and their families” says Nikki. The 27km race will take place on 27 April 2019.
Our wonderful friends, Reinette and Joe, in the Crags once again opened their hearts and homes and hosted our Sterreweg children for a day on the farm. We all got to be farmers for a day. Everyone had to earn their lunch and plunged into their “chores” with much enthusiasm. Tasks included collecting feed, feeding the chickens and then harvesting fresh chicken eggs from the runs. These were gifted to
At Die Sterreweg we understand the importance of routine for our children. Everyday starts with a full school morning ring and then each class has their own lesson and timetable for the day. Routine and repetition is a vital aspect in learning. This creates comfort for children and prevents students from being distracted. This can become wasteful of time and interfere with learning. Minor frustrations and inconveniences are fewer and
The days may be a little cooler and a little shorter, but this has not dampened the excitement of our children diving into our Term 2 with enthusiasm and smiles. A large part of our dream is to integrate our children wherever possible into main stream schooling. This is made possible by providing classroom facilitators as well as adapting the environment when needed (providing ramps for wheelchairs or additional technology).
What is more fun than baking and enjoying the fruits (biscuits) of your labour! The staff and children at Die Sterreweg all climbed in and baked some delicious biscuits and hosted a small market day where they “sold” their wares to each other. The children took immense joy in measuring out the correct quantities of each ingredient, mixing up the dough and cutting out the shapes of their