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Back To School Party 2018

Back to School Party 2018

The Foundation held its 12th Back to School Party on the 20 October 2018. The Back to School Party is our largest annual fundraising initiative and a wonderful opportunity to celebrate our achievements of the past year.  All of our achievements and successes are a result of a collaborative effort and a unified belief in …

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Barbertion Mines

Adopt-a-School Foundation joined Barberton Mines and senior officials from the Mpumalanga Department of Education for the launch of Whole School Development projects at EmjindinI Secondary School in Barberton, on 15 June 2018. The final phase of projects completed at the school includes an assembly area and extensions to the administration facility at Emjindini Secondary School. …

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Launch of three newly-constructed schools in KwaZulu-Natal

The Foundation is very excited to share that work has been completed, with the entire construction of three whole new schools in Amajuba, KwaZulu-Natal. These schools were formerly mud schools and the Foundation was involved in the holistic implementation of Whole School Development. Work at Enhlahleni Primary School was completed in March, whilst Lembe and …

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World Mental Health Day

Commemorating World Mental Health Day on 10 October, The Thari Programme, a project of the Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation in partnership with the South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG), hosted Exam Stress Talk with the over 400 Grade 10 -12 learners at Diepsloot Combined School. The aim of the talk was to identify the signs …

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2018 Essay Competition

Adopt-a-School Foundation runs an annual writing competition across all adopted schools.  The competition aims to encourage learners to think creatively, to express their views and opinions as well as share their personal experiences. *These essays have not been edited  Foundation phase Name: Thatatsi Ntombifuthi – winner Grade : 3 School: Olifantsvlei Primary School Trees are …

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The ASIDI BRIEF: Restoring Dignity in Education

In April 2018, learners of Enhlanhleni Primary School in rural Danhausser moved out of their temporary pre-fab classrooms and into their brand new school. This project  has included the transformation of three mud schools into fully functional, resourced schools that offer the children in this remote area access to quality education.  The two other schools will …

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