HOW IT WORKS

Prospective FMF Junior Scholars may apply to the programme in their Grade 6 year. Our scholars come from a wide area in and around Cape Town.

The Junior Programme provides tutoring classes every Saturday from 9h00 to 13h00. These classes fill any gaps that might exist from a previously poor education. It also prepares them for the higher standard of education they will receive in high school.

The programme is very strict regarding attendance and homework. It endeavours to teach children not just academics, but responsibility and perseverance too.

The Senior Programme supports successful candidates financially throughout their high school career, at a well-respected Cape institution. This bursary covers transport, school fees, food for school, stationery and books as well as uniforms and extra murals.

The bursary also includes developmental work in the following fields: leadership public speaking, self-esteem development, study skills, goal setting, critical and analytical thinking, problem solving, volunteering and mentoring.  

APPLICATIONS FOR 2019 ARE CLOSED.

Additional Support programmes

The Kay Mason Foundation offers scholars, where available, a KMF Buddy. This is an adult person or family that will provide a source of emotional support and encouragement to the scholar during their schooling. This partnership benefits both parties by exposing learners to new experiences and adults to the satisfaction of giving back.

Releasing Eagles facilitates our Mentorship Programme with their own coaches. These coaches train KMF Alumni in turn to become mentors. Almuni are then able to pass on their knowledge to KMF scholars and others in the course of their lives.

The KMF Parent Support Group is facilitated by a qualified Purpose Coach and takes place once a month. This support group aims to provide the parents of KMF scholars with support and guidance as their children progress through school.

The KMF Male Scholars and KMF Female Scholars Support Groups are two programmes that support both girls and boys separately. The aim of the group is to provide a safe and contained space where learners can discuss challenges and support each other along this journey.

Lastly, Inside Out Me is a Youth Group Mentoring Programme for our Grade 9 KMF scholars. It is run by a clinical psychologist and is specifically created for this challenging year of school and adolescence. The programme motivates scholars to search for and explore their true identity in a supportive and therapeutic environment.

Address:
103 Tygerberg Center
16 Voortrekker Road
Bellville
7530

Postal Address
PO Box 4893
Tygervalley
7536

Telephone: +27 (0) 21 917 1853
Fax: +27 (0) 86 552 3195
E-mail: info@kmf.org.za