Feroza’s Story is a resource designed to support teachers in the delivery of Life Skills and HIV&AIDS education. This intermediate phase resource is aligned to the South African curriculum and will provide fresh and exciting approaches to re-engage your learners in this topic.
Are you faced with any of the situations below?
- Learners affected by HIV&AIDS
- Lack of information amongst students regarding HIV&AIDS;
- Students tired of hearing about HIV/AIDS - they think they know everything;
- Not enough time to teach life skills and HIV&AIDS;
- Teaching HIV&AIDS is difficult and unenjoyable;
- Lack of sufficient relevant, trained resources to assist.
Feroza’s Story can solve this for you because our package is:
- Innovative and fresh;
- Engaging and fun for children and educators;
- A non-threatening approach to HIV/AIDS education;
- Aligned to the South African national curriculum;
- Easy to use and integrate into all curriculum areas (maths, languages, science, arts and culture etc);
Find out more about our resources. Order a copy for your school by contacting us at our South African office and enquiring about educator training in your area.
Use our enquiry form to order a package. The package is available for R475.
We have teams conducting the training across the country. Find out when we are holding training in your area by contacting our South African office.
Latest News Story...
Make A Difference Trust - 3rd Grant Received
We are very fortunate to have received £5,000 which is the 3rd installment of a 3 year grant from the Make A Difference Trust which will assist us to implement the HIV360 project.
The Make A Difference Trust brings together the British Entertainment community and its audiences to raise funds to support people living with HIV and AIDS, and those in the entertainment industry facing hardship as a result of a long-term medical condition.
The trust’s vision is to create a world in which people living with HIV and AIDS are treated with respect and can lead healthy lives.We are proud to be supported by the theatre community and would like to thank David Pendlebury and the board of trustees for their interest in the work of The African Pulse.
We are very grateful to the trustees of the Make A Differnce Trust for supporting us in this way.Read More :: Posted on 06/Jun/12