Macmillan Education Celebrates World Teachers' Day
Macmillan Education joined South Africa and the rest of the world on 5 October 2017 to celebrate World Teachers’ Day in honour of the role and importance of teachers in the classroom and society. This d
Macmillan sponsors the Read To Lead Launch
The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) yesterday launched the Read to Lead Campaign to promote the culture of reading in learners. Schools across the province were invited to showcase their talen
Macmillan Teacher Campus MeLDS project empowers 150 educators in four schools in the Western Cape
Macmillan Teacher Campus and Macmillan Education have been actively involved in the Professional Development of 150 educators in four schools in the Western Cape. The four schools, Masibambane SS, I.D. Mkize
How reading can improve your health
Do you want to keep your brain active and engaged to prevent it from losing power? Do you want to improve your memory or strengthen your analytical thinking skills? Do you need inner peace and tranquillity?
Reading and Your Professional Life
To many people, it is a foregone conclusion that to succeed in any profession you need to have good literacy skills. Our reading and writing ability has a huge impact on getting the type of job we qualify for...
Ways to help Young Learners to love reading
The expression ‘children must learn to read in order to read to learn’ has been shown to be true. Literacy is the foundation of learning and continued growth and it is of utmost importance t
Why do Learners struggle with Maths in Grades 10-12?
When learners struggle with Maths in Grades 10 – 12, it’s very likely due to gaps in their learning from previous years. This makes it vital to remember that Mathematics has a 12-year curriculu
Schools finances in a nutshell
Schools often find themselves in a predicament when they are dealing with their financial issues. This is a clear case of misunderstanding of legislation, misinterpretation of the various roles and responsibi...