Back to School for a Day on Mandela Day 2017

Back To School 2017

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On 18 July 2017 Adopt-a-School hosted the Back to School for a Day Collective at Bathabile Primary School in Olievenhoutbosch.

Bathabile Primary School is a quintile 1 (no-fee paying) school with 1 446 registered learners and no permanent infrastructure. Our Mandela Day activities were structured around Adopt-a-School’s holistic Whole School Development model and addresses issues related to: Leadership; Curriculum and co-curricular activities; Social Welfare and; Infrastructure development.  Thank you to our implementing partners who contributed their time and expertise to make this day such a meaningful one:  Brainwaves, Dr Dire Thomas, EcoCulture, House of Chess, Library Key, McDonalds, Olefile Masangane, Prettify my Township and StopHungerNow.

View our different activity galleries here:

Expanding the existing vegetable garden

Health and Safety Books

Leadership Dramatisation Workshop

Setting up the School Chess Club

Uplifting the Grade R facility

Eyesight testing

Packing care parcels for 40 Orphaned and Vulnerable Children

Fun Science experiments

Working in the Library​

Group Photographs and Coffee Station

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