Our projects have been extensively documented and endorsed through testimonials and research papers, signifying our unwavering professionalism and commitment to those we work with and it provides us with a solid body of evidence to support our programme methodologies and philosophies.
GOOD MOVE ACTIVE SCHOOLS Born and raised in Meadowlands, Soweto, 50-year-old Mathari is a devoted principal at Meadowlands Primary School. For Mathari, being a principal isn’t just a job that she clocks out of at the end of her work day, but a role she has dedicated her entire life to.
GOOD MOVE ACTIVE SCHOOLS 28-year-old Thabile was born and raised in Alexandra, South Africa. As a former semi-professional soccer player, sport has played a major role in shaping her life.
GOOD MOVE ACTIVE SCHOOLS 13-year-old Thabisile has lived in Soweto her whole life. She’s an active participant in SHAPA Soweto’s Good Moves Active Schools SA programme, where she enjoys playing sports with her friends.
AOSIS South African Journal of Childhood Education Physical education and health as a child’s right: Reflections on the Soweto Active Schools programme
AJPHES South African Journal of Childhood Education Enhancing personal and social development through centre-based sport in the context of rural poverty
AJPHES African Journal for Physical Activity and Health Sciences Homeground Initiative: Fulfilling the remit of the South African government for quality physical education in rural KwaZulu- Natal
VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL An evaluation by Professor Fred Coalter Homeground: An integrated sports-based approach to rural development Physical education and health as a child’s right: Reflections on the Soweto Active Schools programme