The Three2Six Refugee Children’s Education Project provides an afternoon bridging education programme for hundreds of refugee children. Three host school communities make their school facilities available to Three2Six each afternoon from 3pm to 6pm, after their day students have finished classes. This is where the project takes its name: Three2Six. The project offers Maths, English and Life Skills classes to prepare children to move into government schools. It employs refugee teachers, providing them with employment, assistance to have their home qualifications recognised, experience with the South African curriculum and where necessary supporting them with further study to obtain South African teaching qualifications and therefore increasing their employability.