Teacher goes all out to ingrain a love of literature

While the aptly named Jolly Roger rocked its way around Durban’s harbour on Wednesday, a group of 100 pupils studiously penned their thoughts on sheets of paper that flapped frantically ... Continue Reading →

Nhlanhla Nxele from the SABC radio interviews a student.

These little children from Sogidi Primary in deep rural Ndwedwe, Ilembe district, are doing so nicely at school because of Dancing Pencils methods that their parents want to meet ... Continue Reading →

12 of these principals from Ilembe District have booked for a 2 day right brain training

It’s very exciting! 12 of these principals from Ilembe District have booked for a 2 day right brain training for one teacher and 5 learners on 28 and 29 March. In all, we have ... Continue Reading →

Albert Luthuli House Museum met Dancing Pencils

Ayanda and Felicity Keats were privileged to have visitors today from Luthuli House Museum. They were Luthuli Museum Education officer, Clinton Taylor, far left, and his colleague ... Continue Reading →

The Urgent Need for Adequate Investments in Literacy in Africa

By ‘Biodun Awosusi United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) designated September 8th as International Literacy Day in 1946. Since then, the day is set ... Continue Reading →

“Campaign for Right Brain Training’s” in Ilembe

Dancing Pencils Campaign for right brain training’s in Ilembe Dancing Pencils, the birth child of Felicity Keats, has done national work in helping many teachers and learners ... Continue Reading →