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The Pebbles Project Trust

The Pebbles Project Trust


Contact Details

Estee Heyns
Tel: 021 865 1003
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The Pebbles Project Trust


Through an integrated developmental approach, the Pebbles Project aims to enable children and young adults from farming communities to reach their full potential at each appropriate educational phase to ultimately enable them to become participating and responsible members of society. The Pebbles Project achieves this through its ECD Programme, which develops children holistically from 3 months to 5 years in order to create a solid foundation for lifelong learning and well-being. 

A child’s early years are the foundation for future development, providing a strong base for lifelong learning and learning abilities, including cognitive and social development. It is for this reason that the Pebbles Project emphasises the importance of early childhood development as an essential building block of a child’s future success.

The organisation currently supports 420 children between the ages of 2 to 5 years in ECD centres on 30 farms. Support is offered through facilitator group and on-site training, a mobile learning resource centre, special educational needs screening and assistance, a comprehensive ECD curriculum, social work support and training for parents.


Key Outcomes:

1.       A relationship of trust between baby and mother (primary caregiver)

2.       A child who is equipped for formal schooling       

3.       A physically healthy child who is emotionally and socially secure      

4.       A child with an inquisitive mind and a playful nature      

5.       A child with purpose and perseverance      

6.       A child who is predisposed to stimulation and learning  

Last updated:

22 November 2021