BCF News & Articles
Family and gender violence under attack
Written by Alan   

28th March 2019

Win-Win Parenting trainee facilitators enjoying a break during their three day facilitator training programme this week.

They will train hundreds of parents in the dangerous Diepsloot township near Johannesburg during April.

The SA Police Service has reported that Win-Win Parenting has proven to reduce gender and family based violence by over 50% for a period of more than two years after parents are trained.

This Programme was sponsored by Investec.

 
Ensuring every child in the classroom is always engaged
Written by Alan   

12 March 19

'I think the really important idea is that every student in the classroom knows that they can be expected to be asked to respond to a teacher question, or can be asked to comment on something another student has said. If we want to create a community of learners, it’s not enough that students are quiet when other students are speaking – they have to be listening appreciatively to each other.'

To read more about this topic click here to hear Emeritus Professor of Educational Assessment at University College London talk about effective questioning in the classroom, the benefits of a no hands up policy, a classroom display called ‘the parking lot’, and planning your lesson around hinge questions.

 
Bishop graduates as Win-Win Parenting facilitator
Written by Alan   

Bishop Stevie M. Seutloali at the BCF Win-Win Parenting Graduation ceremony in Langa.

He has already announced an ambitious programme to train parents in the Western Cape, Free State and Lesotho.

 
Pastors learn how to train parents in Langa
Written by Alan   

14th February 2019

Pastors from 23 churches in Langa, Cape Town are currently training to present our Win-Win Parenting Skills Programme in Langa, Cape Town.

They join pastors from 23 other churches in Langa who attended this programme in January. Between them they will train thousands of parents to become confident parents aiming to raise confident, self-reliant children to become future winners.

Police in other towns have reported a reduction of call-outs to family violence up to two years after pastors have trained parents in their community.  We expect the same results in Langa.

In the photo below each table is a 'family'. Pastors are role playing creating Rules of the House for their 'family'.

The photo below shows a pastor practicing delivering modules of the Win-Win Parent training programme to his colleagues. This rehearsal is an essential part of their training to ensure pastors have the confidence and skills to facilitate training of parents at their churches - because they have presented the material before at their WWP facilitator training workshops.

This Programme is proudly funded by the SAGA Charitable Trust UK.

 
BCF featured in Big School Buzz
Written by Alan   

8th February 2019

The Education Districts Centre of Excellence Programme which has the ability and track record to enable the turning of hundreds of schools into centres of excellence simultaneously over a period of only five months in any country was featured in the Big School Buzz February edition.

 
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