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Joint media release by Premier Alan Winde and Minister Debbie Schäfer

21 April 2022

Yesterday, Provincial Minister of Education, Debbie Schäfer, handed in her resignation to Premier Alan Winde, which he accepted, while praising her for her excellent service to the people of the Western Cape. Provincial Minister Debbie Schäfer said: Read More

Media Alert: LAUNCH OF THE WCED Mathematics Strengthening Strategy: 2022-2027

21 April 2022

Tomorrow, is the start of a two-day conference to launch the Western Cape Education Department (WCED) Mathematics Strengthening Strategy: 2022- 2027. Read More

Appeal for ECD information to ensure uninterrupted financing

14 April 2022

On 1 April 2022, the responsibility of Early Childhood Development (ECD) was transferred from the provincial Department of Social Development to the WCED. Read More

WCED shines at the National Education Excellence Awards

12 April 2022

WCED education districts and schools have been recognised as among the country’s best at the National Education Excellence Awards held by the Department of Basic Education. Read More

School admissions 2023: Only 4 days to go!

11 April 2022

The 2023 school admissions process closes in 4 days’ time! Parents and caregivers have until midnight,15 April 2022, to apply for the 2023 school year. Read More

WCED launches anti-bullying campaign: #StopTheShare

7 April 2022

WCED launches anti-bullying campaign: #StopTheShare Read More

School admissions 2023: 15 days to go!

1 April 2022

Today is the midway mark for the 2023 school admissions process. Parents and caregivers have until 15 April 2022 to apply for the 2023 school year. Over 90 000 people have registered their children thus far, of which, 43 000 are for Grade 8... Read More