FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

PASCAP is an acronym for Partners with After School Care Projects.

After school care is important for all children, in primary and high school.

Quality after school programmes help improve school attendance, school performance, social interaction, motivation, ability to succeed, civic engagement and strengthens family resilience.

After school activities can include anything from dance, drama, homework to current events, sport, excursions, tutoring, and art. It should not be boring and monotonous.

Holiday programmes and camps form an important part of a good after school progamme. After all, when are children and youth most idle?

Children and youth that attend quality after school programmes gain access to more opportunities, feel safer and are more motivated to succeed.

PASCAP Trust is the only organisation that focuses exclusively on after school development in South Africa.

PASCAP Trust primarily serves the Western and Eastern Cape provinces.

PASCAP Trust is currently developing a matric-to-college programme. If you are in the senior high school phase, make sure you are part of this exciting initiative. In 2011, our first university entrant received full scholarships to study accounting! It is achievable.

PASCAP Trust has started a bursary scheme to assist our Grade 12 youth to enter university. Be one of them!

For the last 2 years, 7 of our children received full scholarships to study at the Cape Academy of Mathematics and Science.

PASCAP Trust provides internships in project management, administration and after school facilitation.

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