Bizweni Campus is a bustling hive of activity during the week. What started out as a church many years ago has grown into a place of education for all ages. Starting with ages 3-6, Bizweni Pre-Primary (Overseen by Principal Lizette Williams), boasts a 25-year history of educating kids from all over.
Our most recent addition to the campus is the Bizweni Private School. Built on the success of Bizweni Pre-Primary, Bizweni Private School is in the early phases of being established as a fully functioning primary school. Currently working with grades 1-3 our teachers are dedicated to an education based on integrity and creativity for all their learners.
In addition to that we have the Bizweni Centre for Disabled Children (overseen by Vicky Hinrichsen) which seeks to develop children with disabilities through a wide range of educational tools, including physical and speech therapy. With such a loving and caring staff, Bizweni Centre for Disabled Children is as much a place of safety and refuge for those most vulnerable in our society.
Our community outreach wing is run by The Institute for Social Concerns (overseen by Shane Egypt) which focuses on a number of different projects seeking to empower less privileged communities with both resources and programs. Ranging from High School oriented peer training initiatives to feeding schemes, The Institute has a heart set on holistic community development.
Oakfields College, though not stemming from Bizweni roots, operates on Bizweni Campus with full-time courses for those with an inclination towards the creative arts. With a colourful array of courses, Oakfields College invites its learners to embrace and express the creativity of life through modes from graphic design to photography and many more.