21st Century Club for Schools

We prepare African children for a changing world.

The workplace and job market of tomorrow is a mirage that remains unimaginable/inconceivable with the realities of today.

The jobs of tomorrow will be radically different from today’s realities and will demand a paradigm shift in mindset and skillsets required. As the changes in science and technology continue to gather pace, we want to nurture the skills African children need to succeed in the 21st century through our 21st Century Skills for public school students since our respective governments give the least attention to public education. We chose to rise to the occasion.

Many of the more traditional classroom forms of learning, steeped in individual subjects and archaic pedagogy, are ill-equipped to instill the skills needed for developing creative solutions to complex problems. Traditional schooling addresses problems of the past – not issues of the future. How, therefore, do we adapt and prepare Africa’s students for the challenges they will face in the future?

Edu Revamp Africa Foundation believes that we must support the development of transferrable skills that require students to adapt and respond to the changing world. 

By doing so, we will make them more resilient, flexible and ultimately successful as they enter the real world and start contributing to society. Our sessions incorporate aspects of critical thinking, ethical debates, logic problems and communication skills. Students will learn to deconstruct arguments, think skeptically about sources and to take criticism constructively themselves.

The club will cover computational thinking, algorithmic thinking, programming, systems thinking, STEM, hands-on science experiments, technological literacy and different vocational skills.

Our sessions incorporate aspects of critical thinking, ethical debates, logic problems and communication skills. Students will learn to deconstruct arguments, think skeptically about sources and to take criticism constructively themselves.

The club will cover computational thinking, algorithmic thinking, programming, systems thinking, STEM, hands-on science experiments, technological literacy and difference vocational skills.