Children holding a picture of their drawing that each of the has draw. It is part of their routine skills to teach them how to draw and PAINT a picture.
The children are enjoying the trampoline and jungle gym so much that they are coming in large numbers everyday to enjoy the games.
Community Based Worker
On the 14th March 2012, Magreth Baloyi was reading stories to grade 2 learners at Xigalo Primary School. The children seem to be enjoying the stories as they keep asking for more.
On the 12th March 2012, president's award bronze participants received their long awaited certificates for their volunteerism in the field of skill, physical recreation, community service and adventurous journey. The participants have now qualified to enroll for the silver certificate.
New PARTICIPANTS for the President's Award Bronze campaign started doing computer skills including rapid typing where they have to learn how to use both hands.
On the 12th March 2012, we held a presentation with the bronze president’s award participants to give them a clear understanding of what is expected of them. The presentation was compiled by Palesa Matuludi, the programme manager and shown through the PROJECTOR. The aim was also to show that it is not only in South…
On the 10th March 2012 we held our 2nd community conversation dialogue which was a continuation of the previous dialogue which was held on the 25th February 2012. We started by recapping what was done previously and also briefed those who were coming for the first time, the day started at a slow pace but…
I visited Xigalo Primary School for storytelling.I read stories for grade 2 learners and they were happy,they also didn't want the CLASS to end.
On the 25th February 2012 the Nelson Mandela Foundation in partnership with Class Act Organisation through a trained facilitator held it’s first Community Conversation Dialogue at Xigalo Village. The aim of the conversation is to unpack the social drives that lead community members to crime, rape, teenage pregnancy, school dropouts, stigma and discrimination. The conversation…