“Four Year Old Child, Getting A Right Brain Training Today Afternoon-Davenport”

She is 4. Last year when she was 3 she had a right brain lesson This is “Princess.” Not her real name but she behaves like a princess. She is our printer’s (Rapid ... Continue Reading →

Gcina Mhlophe Opens 2017 Book Launch

It is so important to have the RIGHT people to open our Dancing Pencils Book Launches on the 8th and 9th of September.  (The photograph shows Gcina speaking at our launch in 2015).   We ... Continue Reading →

Sponsor 2017 Book Launch, Delight Rural KIDS

This is the Left Foot First Dance company from the Open Air School in Durban. They entertained us at our Annual Dancing Pencils Book Launch at the BAT Centre last year. We are hoping ... Continue Reading →

Belief is so important: Felicity Keats Morrison of Dancing Pencils

Belief is so important. In less than two months, we hold our annual Dancing Pencils Book Launches. This year they take place over two days. We have the BAT centre hall booked, and ... Continue Reading →

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 →