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.
If we collectively swipe our MySchool or Woollies cards more than 206 times in April 2022 we could both win!
Each swipe is an entry.
If 2020 was a lesson in adaptability and courage, 2021 has certainly been a year of perseverance and resilience. We have done more than just “hold our own” in the prolonged storm of Covid, we have navigated the year with continued determination which has resulted in much progress. All staff returned in 2021 which facilitated […]
Okuhle Booi, who graduated from African Angels in 2017 has been appointed as a 2022 Leader at Lilyfontein School. Okuhle is an outstanding young man who thoroughly deserves this role, and we hope he will inspire others as he leads in 2022. We congratulate Okuhle and are so proud of him. We would like to […]
September at African Angels has seen many entrepreneurial skills being tested and developed. From the Grade 7’s to the lower grades each has been given a practical entrepreneurial experience during the term.
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.