About Us


Ark Angels Educare is a registered South African Non Profit Organisation (Reg. No. 153-011 NPO) and a Public Benefit Organisation ( Reg. No. 930052454). It's an ECD (Early Childhood Development) centre in the informal settlement of Overcome Heights / Vrygrond in  Cape Town.

 

Ark Angels Educare is under the patronage of 'The SEEDS Trust' (Schooling, Education, Empowerment, Developments). 

The SEEDS Trust has signed a MOU (memorandum of understanding) and lease agreement with Ark Angels to grant indefinite rent-free occupancy of the building and to act as custodian for the Educare.

 

 

Why Early Childhood Development (ECD)

 

The formative years of a child’s life can never be fully recaptured at a later stage. From birth to five years old is  the period when young minds and hearts are shaped - laying the foundations for the journey ahead. The acquisition oflanguage, problem solving abilities, numeracy, motor skills, reading and writing and the like are measurable in terms of developmental milestones, and have been shown to grow in proportion to the cognitive stimulation that a child receives.

Ark Angels Educare is a registered South African Non Profit Organisation (Reg. No. 153-011 NPO) and a Public Benefit Organisation ( Reg. No. 930052454). It's an ECD (Early Childhood Development) centre in the informal settlement of Overcome Heights / Vrygrond in  Cape Town.

 

Ark Angels Educare is under the patronage of 'The SEEDS Trust' (Schooling, Education, Empowerment, Developments). 

The SEEDS Trust has signed a MOU (memorandum of understanding) and lease agreement with Ark Angels to grant indefinite rent-free occupancy of the building and to act as custodian for the Educare.

 

 

Why Early Childhood Development (ECD)

 

The formative years of a child’s life can never be fully recaptured at a later stage. From birth to five years old is  the period when young minds and hearts are shaped - laying the foundations for the journey ahead. The acquisition oflanguage, problem solving abilities, numeracy, motor skills, reading and writing and the like are measurable in terms of developmental milestones, and have been shown to grow in proportion to the cognitive stimulation that a child receives.