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Our 4 Key Principles for
Effective Education



The object of the Resource Centre is to provide educational resources for use out in the community schools via a library and mobile library system.


HTRC, through our involvement with HeronBridge College, support the worldwide initiative 'Rise Against Hunger'. An international hunger relief agency that has been fulfilling its commitment to end hunger for many years.



The HeronBrldge Training and Resource Centre (HTRC), endeavors to educate, train and mentor teachers In our surrounding previously disadvantaged communities.


Every year we identify the most needy school on our Programme for either a "make over" repainting existing structures, restoring roofs, fences and equipping the classrooms with necessary resources. 

Meet the Team

Operations Manager

As depicted in the logo, operations involves reaching out in love with specific emphasis on managing and implementing the four key principles of our program which are essential in equipping and empowering our ECD practitioners from struggling communities. We are able to do this through the relationships we build with our academic partners, facilitators and field working team. Operations is diverse and encompasses coordinating the training programs, distribution of effective resources, annual school builds and the overseeing of our mobile library and feeding initiatives.  


Charm Laubscher



Danielle Radue


Mobile Library Facilitator

Massy’s role is largely focused on providing struggling ECD schools in the local community with library books and much needed teaching resource, through the use of a mobile library. She also maintains the resource center which offers gross motor equipment, teaching aids, toys and games which are readily available for practitioners to take out and use in their schools. She assists the team in maintaining relationships with practitioners, rolling out ECD Library programmes and evaluating & monitoring schools. 


Masline Moyo 


Field Workers

Tandi and Maureen’s role is largely community based and their focus is to mentor level 4 practitioners in their journey through their 18month training program at HTRC. They assist the team in maintaining relationships with practitioners, rolling out planning programmes and evaluating & monitoring school setups. Each fieldworker is responsible for 8 schools and each school is visited twice a month. 


Maureen Muka



Tandi Bhungeni


Mission Statement

To provide educators, particularly those from previously disadvantaged communities with:

  • A training and learning facility that will develop levels of proficiency which will enable them to meet the needs of early childhood learners in their case; 
  • The knowledge and understanding of the requirements needed to develop children in physical, emotional, social, cognitive and spiritual areas;
  • Guidance on utilising appropriate developmental programmes for children to meet the skills, values and knowledge outcomes of the National Curriculum Statement;
  • The skills to lay the foundation in children’s lives for them to find their respective places in their communities and greater society;
  • A resource centre to assist with materials for teaching
  • A Christ-centered approach regarding educational values, to enable them to influence the children in their care to accept a Christian word view.

What we do

Equipping and Empowering through
Education and Training.
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Certified Non-Profit Organisation 094-264-NPO



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