Our caretaker, Japie Francke, was commended in a recent issue of the Greenpop newsletter. The article is reproduced below. Well done Japie!
Mandela Day arrived early for the children at Emmanuel Educare Pre-School in Westlake. Staff at Chatz Cellular visited the Pre-School on Friday 27th June. They dressed as Disney characters and handed out a pair of brand new shoes to every child in the school. Many thanks, Chatz cellular, for your care and generosity towards the […]
WUCT held a Health Day in Westlake in our Community Centre hall on Thursday 3 July ’14. It was a great success, particularly as there was eye testing, kindly provided by Alan Wise Optometrist, together with Rotary, Constantia, who donated 50 pairs of reading glasses which were given to the members of the community who […]
William Calglazier, a young scholar originally from the US, is to donate the prize money from his global award winning mobile phone application to Emmanuel Educare. View the eNews insert below to learn more about William and this generous gesture.
On Saturday afternoon, 21 June 2014, the Westlake United Church Trust held its Annual General meeting. This is always something of a celebration, and proceedings began with a welcome, prayer and the singing of the national anthem. Members of the Emmanuel Educare Grade R class then performed “10 Green Bottles”. The Advice office explained their […]
The Westlake United Church Trust Annual General Meeting will take place at the Community Hall, Westlake, on Saturday 21 June at 2.30pm. All friends and supporters are welcome to attend this event. For full invitation, please click here.
On 15th April’14, we joined forces with City of Cape Town officials and Living Hope and held a most successful HIV testing day at False Bay College, Westlake Campus. 153 students came forward to be tested, a remarkable response! We handed out incentives such as draw string bags with pencils and rulers, donated by the […]
Our amazing Child Care and Protection team held a holiday camp at Glencairn holiday resort near Simonstown in January. The CCP team which is funded by the Dept of Social Development has been working hard, running 3 psychosocial support groups for orphans and vulnerable children, at our centre, in the afternoons after school. Our team […]