The SSP Funding and Resource guide is for all learners and parents who applied for the SSP Scholarship and were unsuccessful at any point in the process and for the greater feeder school community.
What you need: A valid credit or eCommerce enabled debit card (SnapScan works with all South African banks and most international credit cards)A working South African cellphone number Download the app from: https://apps.apple.com/za/app/snapscan/id594791461 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fireid.snapscan After completing your transaction, you...
SSP Theory of Change
The quality of education received by South African youth is highly unequal and depends heavily on the socioeconomic status of their families and their areas of residence. More specifically, the quality of education is much lower for those at lower socioeconomic strata. High-achieving learners from under-resourced communities are...
Congratulations to SSP's Class of 2018 Valedictorian, Katlego Mahlo of SSP Partner School, St Mary’s School, Waverley who achieved eight distinctions in the 2018 IEB Examinations. Katlego earned distinctions for her 2018 IEB subjects: English (Home Language), isiZulu (1st Additional Language), Mathematics, Accounting, Physical Sciences, Visual Arts, Advanced Programme Mathematics and...
Patricia Rose has just retired as the Headmistress of Clarendon High School, and took the time to answer a few questions for the SSP Annual Report. SSP is “an excellent scholarship programme that teaches self-discipline, accountability and sound values; as well as a good work ethic - and empowers its...
Grade 8 Scholar, Thando Zwane of St. Stithian’s Girls’ College, was the Dux Scholar in 2017. It was a surprise for Thando – “I wasn’t expecting that at all! It was amazing and I’m so grateful, I’m blessed.” Being Dux Scholar “has put me under a lot of pressure, but...