Catholic ethos and identity

The CIE supports schools to live out their identity and tradition as Catholic schools. We offer Religious Education workshops and materials for Religious Education teachers. Read more
Catholic ethos and identity

Safety, health and wellbeing

CIE supports the national Health Screening Program. Other programmes promoted by the institute include the Child Safeguarding Program, Peer Education training and the Building Peace in Catholic Schools Program. Read more
Safety, health and wellbeing

Governance and Leadership Development

CIE works with clusters of schools to train SGBs in their roles and responsibilities and to offer support and coaching to principals. Read more
Governance and Leadership Development

Teaching and learning

Teacher development workshops take place where funding is available, for example Foundation Phase Literacy. Read more
Teaching and learning

Creating futures

The Catholic Institute of Education
Creating futures

Support for skills centres

The CIE Thabiso Skills Institute supports faith-based skills development centres. These provide much needed practical skills training to youth and the unemployed. Read more
Support for skills centres

Latest updates

PORSCHE, EXCUJET AND OTHERS SUPPORT SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

PORSCHE, EXCUJET AND OTHERS SUPPORT SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

December 02, 2016 – The Salesian Institute in Cape Town has formed a partnership with Porsche in South Africa.
Execujet, Reflex Welding and Unique Welding Alloys made donations to St Charles Lwanga…
And Hyundai Automotive South Africa donated equipment to the St Anthony’s Education Centre in Reiger Park…

Read more...

I KNEW THAT I DID NOT WANT TO BE LIKE MY FATHER

I KNEW THAT I DID NOT WANT TO BE LIKE MY FATHER

December 02, 2016 – “I started doing piece jobs when I could get them and I eventually got my matric when I was 34. I now have my own business. I make pencil bags and shoe bags.I get my material from various dumps where people throw things out they don’t want. I have no electricity in my shack so I use a hand sewing machine. I market my business by going from door to door with my products.” Mzimkulu Sokapase

Read more...

OWNERS OF SKILLS CENTRES CLARIFY ROLES

OWNERS OF SKILLS CENTRES CLARIFY ROLES

December 02, 2016 – Property owners and managers of skills centres met with the CIE Thabiso Skills Institute and the Department of Higher Education (DHET) to clarify the status of involvement and activity at each skills centre and to reach an agreement for the CIE to act on behalf of the skills centres with the DHET.

Read more...

DON BOSCO EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS SET TO OFFER SKILLS TO YOUTH

DON BOSCO EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS SET TO OFFER SKILLS TO YOUTH

December 02, 2016 – Construction SETA and Services SETA fund the skills development programmes at Don Bosco Educational Projects. 

Read more...
Visit our news section

Campaigns

Building Peaceful Catholic Schools: Gender Focus Materials

Building Peaceful Catholic Schools: Gender Focus Materials

September 21, 2016 – CIE invites staff in Catholic Schools to participate in conversation circles to explore gender. These materials have been developed as part of a gender focus in the Building Peaceful Catholic Schools’ Programme for 2016. They are also on offer to the wider Catholic schools’ network – and to any others who would like to work with them.

Read more...

Fast-track your B-BBEE with CIE

Fast-track your B-BBEE with CIE

April 15, 2016 – The Catholic Institute of Education is a vehicle through which your company may efficiently and effectively drive its B-BBEE compliance.

Read more...

Child Safeguarding Policy

Child Safeguarding Policy

February 10, 2016 – CaSPA is committed to making sure that the welfare and rights of children are promoted and protected, and that children are not harmed, exploited or abused.

Read more...

Anti-bullying Campaign

Anti-bullying Campaign

February 10, 2016 – LOOK OUT FOR EACH OTHER.  KEEP EACH OTHER SAFE.

Download resources for schools e.g. poster, assemblies, YouTube clip

Read more...

Donate

CIE supports poor Catholic schools in South Africa who have many desperate needs. We strive to give every child in our schools the education they deserve.

Read more...
Twitter

Follow us on Twitter

Twitter

Join us on Facebook