Our quality education is being recognised and rewarded February and March have seen two of our Grade 7 learners write exam upon exam for high school scholarships. Stamina and resilience have been the key. As I watched them weekend after weekend, I have noted a range of emotions from excitement at the prospect of achieving […]
Grade 4 teacher, Tawanda Mangwiro, has been working with The Character Company and some of the other male staff members to help young boys grow into good men by instilling honourable values. The programme started in 2019 in response to the increasing number of young men in our community who have absent, or emotionally absent […]
The girls’ hostel is so successful that we have also started a boys hostel We are happy to share our hostel success story with you – we started a hostel for grade 4-7 girls in 2017 to remove them from the distracting environments many of them found themselves in at home and to help them […]
Thank you to Book Dash for donating books for the Ihkwezilomso Creche – the children are loving them!Book Dash is an amazing organisation in South Africa which gathers South African authors and illustrators and gets them to produce children’s story books. The books are designed to appeal to their readers, and so have wonderfully varied […]
It all started with a need Ikhwezilomso Creche was started in Feb 2014 by local Chintsa East resident, Lindiwe Sigqaza. Lindiwe is a small and determined woman who is as gentle as she is strong. Her face takes on a new light when she talks about the children in her care and she is fierce […]
The headline story in this month’s newsletter is about second chances and how @cintsahorses gave one of our Angels a chance. We hope you enjoy the read! If you would like to receive our newsletter directly into your email box, please sign up at this link
Likhona, one of our very first sponsored Angels, is now 17 years old and has lived with her granny since her parents passed away when she was young. Likhona found the academic rigours of school tough, and three years ago decided that school was not for her. Around 40% of Grade 1 learners will exit […]
In this edition of the African Angels’ Newsletter, we give you a Principal’s perspective on Covid-19 and outline how African Angels has managed to catch up with the curriculum and support the community during this stressful time.
The African Angels learners join the rest of the world and perform #jerusalemaDanceChallenge
We are very grateful to Fridge Foods Group for their substantial food donation to start our term off so abundantly, and for their personal visit to the school to see what we do for themselves. Thank you!