Exciting eurythmy class with the learners

Vision

A world of dignity, respect, choice, opportunity and community inclusion for every person.

Who are we?

Camphill Community Trust is a community located in the village of Otse in the Ramotswa District of Botswana.

Rankoromane School is a primary school and Motse Wa Badiri Training offers post-primary education and training. The community is located in an organic farm and also has a number of social enterprises.

Rankoromane School provides primary school education for 60 children with learning difficulties and related disabilities aged between 5 – 14 years.

Motse Wa Badiri Training offers a four-year learning programme for people with learning difficulties or disabilities who are fourteen years or older. A transition support programme offers support to graduates in finding employment or other sustainable livelihood.

Our Purpose

Through education and training, transition support, community engagement and advocacy Camphill Community Trust enables learners and others to grow, learn and lead lives of choice and self-direction.

Please join us for our sponsored Walk on 25 May 2024 in partnership with Debswana.
The Lead Walker will be Rachel Mothibatsela, Executive Head of Corporate Affairs at Debswana.

Get your ticket at: https://tickito.thevoicebw.com/events/10km-sponsored-walk-or-fun-run/

UPCOMING EVENTS

25th May

Sponsored Walk

The walk will be held in partnership with Debswana. The Lead Walker will be Rachel Mothibatsela, Executive Head of Corporate Affairs at Debswana.

Get your tickets at: https://tickito.thevoicebw.com/events/10km-sponsored-walk-or-fun-run

25th August - 1st September

All Africa Anthroposophic Training

This training brings general teachings from Anthroposophy to participants from across Africa who have an interest in human development.

Visit www.aaat.online for more information

 

26th September

Camphill 50 years Anniversary

Since 1974, Camphill Community Trust has been providing education and training to learners with disabilities.

Join us in celebrating 50 years of striving to establish a world of dignity, respect, choice, opportunity and community inclusion for every person.

 

28th November

Graduation Day

Camphill Community Trust will hold a joint graduation ceremony for completing learners from both Rankoromane school and Motse Wa Badiri training.

Come celebrate with our learners as they begin new chapters of their lives.

We are so excited to host the AAAT at Camphill Community Trust

25 August to 1 September 2024

Click on the link to find out more…

Camphill services

Tents and tables of community gatherings

Social Enterprise

Provide real-world business environments in which vocational learning can take place, and also provide income to the community.

Rankoromane School

Provides primary school education for up to 60 children with learning and other disabilities aged between 5 – 14 years.

Motse Wa Badiri Training

Offers a four-year learning programme for 96 people with learning difficulties or disabilities who are 14 years or older.

Camphill movement

Camphill Community Trust is a part of the international Camphill movement which was founded by Dr Karl König and a group of close associates in 1939 in Scotland. The first Camphill community was a school for disabled children, set within the context of a shared communal life. The school flourished and led to the founding of other Camphill centres, some offering schooling, some training for disabled people and others long term employment and sheltered living.

Eight student starting a sprint, some barefoot.

More on the Camphill movement

The Camphill movement now includes more than 100 centres in 18 countries. Each centre is affiliated to the international Camphill movement but is managed and financed independently.

Camphill Community Trust was started in 1974 as a small school for children with learning difficulties and other disabilities. It has since grown to become a place of learning for children and young people with diverse needs from early childhood through to independent adult life.