Winston Churchill once said: We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”  Never did these words ring true more than today.

In celebration of Mandela Month Wingu Academy has taken hands with Mahala Loyalty Programme to support Umma Afrika, a national charity trust, to raise funds for emergency food relief at a time when our people need it the most. Wingu Academy created a crowdfunding initiative on backabuddy.co.za to raise at least R6700.

By donating just R67 at https://www.backabuddy.co.za/wingu-academy you can feed two families of up to 10 people with an UmmaPot meal. The aim is to feed at least a 1000 people or 200 families.

“This comes at a time where hugging is prohibited, social distancing is compulsory and masks are the new norm. This initiative is one way we can reach out and touch the lives of so many people in need, ” says Ian Strydom, Managing Director of Wingu Academy.  “We are proud to have partnered with Mahala Loyalty to support Umma Afrika, a multi-cultural group of people who have a heart to feed the hungry by providing nutritional food and supplementary foodstuffs.”

The drive will continue until 31 July 2021 at https://www.backabuddy.co.za/wingu-academy.

Life is hard at this moment for most people, but any contribution however big or small will make a difference. It wouldn’t be fitting to celebrate one of the greatest men our country has ever known without one of his famous quotes “It always seems impossible until it’s done”.

Choosing the correct curriculum for a student is crucial as it shapes their educational experience, aligns with their learning style, and prepares them for future academic and career opportunities.
The British International Curriculum emphasizes flexibility, critical thinking, and a global perspective, offering various pathways like the IGCSE and A-levels. In contrast, the South African CAPS (Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement) is more prescriptive, focusing on a standardized approach with a strong emphasis on local context and practical skills development.

Early Years

Designed for 5 to 6-year-olds

The British International Early Years program initiates an engaging educational path for learners. it establishes a robust foundation at the start of their academic careers, preparing them to advance to subsequent international phases.

Lower Primary

Designed for children aged 7 to 9

The British International Primary program initiates an engaging educational path for learners. it establishes a solid base at the start of their educational journey, setting the stage for their advancement into subsequent international phases.

Upper Primary

Designed for 10 to 12 year old's

The British International Upper Primary program initiates an engaging educational path for learners. it establishes a robust foundation for students at the intermediate stage of their education, preparing them for the subsequent international phase.

Lower Secondary

Designed for 13 to 15-year-olds

The British International Lower Secondary program initiates an engaging educational path for learners. it lays a solid groundwork for students in the senior phase of their education, preparing them for the subsequent iGCSE level.
 

iGCSE

Designed for 16 to 17-year-olds

The British International GCSE program propels learners forward on an engaging educational path. it lays a solid groundwork for students progressing to advanced international levels.

AS/A Levels

Designed for 18 to 19-year-olds

The British International AS level program propels learners forward on a dynamic educational path. it offers a concluding year (12th grade) before progressing to tertiary education. The British International A level program, an additional year (13th grade) of schooling, equips students with a competitive edge for entering demanding university programs.
 

Grade 10-12

Designed for students aged 16 to 19

The National Senior Certificate (CAPS) program serves as South Africa's curriculum for Grades 10 through 12. it offers the concluding three-year phase of secondary education prior to pursuing higher education.

Wingu Academy's Hybrid Schooling Option

At Wingu Academy, we provide diverse schooling options tailored to your needs. Our hybrid schooling option, available in Centurion (Gauteng) and the Southern Suburbs (Western Cape), combines the flexibility of online education with the stability of a traditional brick-and-mortar school.

Wingu Southern Suburbs Campus

24 Cornwall Street, Lakeside, Muizenberg