It’s our tenth year of operation and we’re aiming to set up new traditions for the future. One of these is an adventure camp for the Grade 7’s at Hobbiton on Hogsback where they use the outdoors and adventure activities to teach the children resilience, leadership and teamwork skills.
Huge opportunities are opened for the children of Chintsa East when they are able to get a good quality primary school education.
Read more about our progress along our Visible Learning journey with John Hattie
Are you looking for a way to share the love this festive season? Consider pledging Santa Shoe boxes. We are so excited to announce that African Angels has been selected as one of the recipients of the Santa Shoe box project for Christmas 2022.
Thanks to GlobalGiving you can give a little and we will get a lot – do it for 4 months and we will get even more – read to find out how
Our Cross-Country runners featured strongly in the top positions in the local inter-schools cross country competitions and have been rewarded for their efforts with a place in the Rebel team for the Eastern Province in the ASA Inter Provincial Championships
Meet our new Creative arts teacher Mr Njotini.
Principal, Sharon Edworthy says, “We are so excited to have Mr Njotini in our team, he is incredibly talented and in addition to teaching creative arts in Grade 4-7, he is volunteering to help throughout the school. This ‘can do’ attitude means he fits in perfectly with our other members of staff.”
African Angels Supporter spotlight falls on Beka Schreder. They have supported the Chintsa East Community Street Lighting project and our new Visible learning programme.
We are supporting our learners’ interests in art, drama and cross-country Running
Thank you Arms in Arms in Africa for purchasing more kits to donate to local high school girls. 200 sanitary pad kits and Menstrual Health Education were delivered to Bhongolethu Senior Secondary School In Kwelera.