Overview and history of KICP
Prior to 2016, Inanda Seminary’s social development programme involved the school working in two primary schools running an afternoon oral literacy programme and bringing in FET science and maths students from a neighbouring high school for Saturday classes.
At the same time, the matric results of the students in the 20 Inanda North High Schools have been generally poor and the Seminary had on-going requests from neighbouring schools to develop principals, staff and students wherever possible.
The Khanyisa Inanda Community Project (KICP) was thus birthed officially at the beginning of 2016 and includes the following interventions:
- A fully operative Saturday School Programme providing maths, science, and English classes for high school students
- The SMILE primary school oral literacy programme
- Professional development for teachers from community schools
- Teacher-intern programme in Ndwedwe
- ICT access for high school students - we are busy building a new computer centre which will also house the new offices for KICP