What We Do

Established in 2012 as an educational skunkworks, The Click Foundation has been testing innovative technology-based solutions with the aim of meaningfully impacting education for individuals.

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Our focus has been on Foundation Phase literacy using an online phonetics based English programme.  Learners create their own learning journey in a fun and motivational way working through the programme at their own pace

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Our Reach

We are reaching over 13,000 learners in 4 provinces across the country, following them through the early years of learning.

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73% National Average usage on our programme last week. 12,900 learners in 67 environments. Well done to all of you out in the field. ...

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We recently launched our first school in Alex - Iputheng Primary School. It has been done in conjunction with the team from Third Thursday who have raised funds for additional computers. We are super excited that we have this up and running.

"On 25th May 2015, Mr Mike Thobejane, Principal of Iphutheng Primary School, announced that the Reading Eggs programme would be implemented at the school. Mr Thobejane pointed out that the programme’s initiation at the school meant that it can now responsibly contribute towards becoming a paperless society and help bridge the gaps that exist in learner literacy. The school has identified two practitioners, Mpho Ramokgadi and Mmatshepo Moatshe, who are dedicated to the programme and have assisted in setting up the room and computer facilities in preparation for the programme’s commencement. Mr Thobejane personally thanked the Click Foundation, the Third Thursday group and Accenture for their support and contributions towards bringing this programme to fruition in the school.
Jane Codrington, from the Third Thursday group, applauded Mr Thobejane’s vision and leadership in working with various parties to realise the implementation of the programme – a dream that was conceptualised more than two years ago.
Martine Schaffer of the Click Foundation reiterated Jane’s mention of the programme’s launch being like a dream come true and noted that Iphutheng was the first school in Alexandra to run a Reading Eggs initiative. She emphasised the programme’s unique ability to let the child lead their own pace of development and that despite challenges and obstacles, the Iphutheng community had persevered and the objective was achieved - a high tech, internet connected learning platform to aid children’s reading.
Martine ended the formalities by encouraging everyone to continue their commitment and support for the school and the Reading Eggs programme to ensure ongoing opportunities for the learners of Iphutheng Primary School.
Everyone enjoyed refreshments and some time to celebrate the programme’s launch. It was a special day, enjoyed by all."

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