From the CEO
When I ask an audience Raise your hand if you loved maths at school I am lucky to have 5 of the audience respond positively says Sharanjeet Shan Executive Director of Maths Centre a national non-profit organisation striving to improve Maths Science and Technology MST education in Grades R through 12. Shan continues When I ask again Raise your hand if you use some form of maths in everyday life More than 80 of hands go up. Mathematics is undoubtedly a fundamental feature of basic literacy. Why then do national results ...
Name Mandisa Ngele School Sofunda Age 16 Grade 11 This learner is performing beyond the limits. The learner surprised the whole school community at large when her Maths teacher combined her with the grade 12 to write the trial examinations. She managed to obtain the total marks from question 1 and 2 for Maths paper 1 Her Point of view My name is Mandisa and I am 16 years of age and I have a lot of passion in Mathematics. I am highly inspired by the Maths Centre Eskom project personnel they teach us Maths and Physical ...
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Joy Global MST for engineering Hub
A Learning Hub is a purpose built centre whose aim is to assist in creating a culture of learning within ...
Empowering out of School Youth towards economic independence through Entrepreneurship Education
Trencon 5 Day EntrepreneurshipNovember 2016 From the 7th to the 11th November 2016 The Maths Centre hosted the Trencon Entrepreneurship Training ...
MST for engineering includes GEM
Maths Centre instigates projects from Grade 6 – Grade 11 so that learners can see how STEM subjects lead to a large variety of understanding of engineering careers
Parents Count, Parents Matter
Parents will be given a clear insight into the world of STEM and how career choices are made
A practice to change the physical environment of teaching, learning and assessment, and to share resources amongst all teachers in a school and community
The School Effect
There is a strong, correlation between a national economic journey, and a school system’s improvement journey. Schools cannot improve unless the culture of education and learning becomes a national priority