Message from the Executive Director: November 2018

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Welcome to our last quarterly newsletter for the year. We are proud and excited to share with you our recent activities and the positive impact they are making. It has been a busy quarter – from opening doors of three newly rebuilt schools, of which were formerly mud schools to launching media centres and Grade R facilities in our schools across the country. We celebrated Nelson Mandela Centenary year through a range of initiatives encompassing Whole School Development. We launched a new SETA accredited School Advancement Programme and rounding off the quarter with our Back to School Party 2018.

Through our model, we are touching schools holistically through programmes in infrastructure, leadership and management, curriculum and co-curricular development as well as learner wellbeing and community involvement. We are certainly proud of our partnerships and achievements together and look forward to making a greater impact in the following year.

I hope you enjoy our latest news and see how together we are changing the land scape of education in South Africa.

Yours in education,

Steven Lebere

Executive Director.

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