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Latest News Articles

Latest news articles by our School.

Where there is smoke, there is a fire

Where there is smoke, there is a fire.
It has been a tough weekend for two of our learners families as ablaze burnt down their homes. This ordeal affected the families negatively as they now were displaced and lost contents in their homes. As a school we have extended a hand and hosted a drive to help the affected families. Many non-perishable foods and clothing have been collected in this drive to assist these affected families.
We would like to thank each and everyone who contributed as no act of kindness goes unnoticed.
Article by - Schools Media Team

Breakfast - the most important meal of the day

Breakfast - the most important meal of the day
Statistics shows that many people tend to skip breakfast as a meal, it however is classified as the most important meal of the day.
Iwisa recently visited the school in which they promoted the importance of healthy eating, especially breakfast. The idea behind this campaign was for learners to become aware of what they are consuming and that an important healthy breakfast is necessary. Iwisa maize meal contains all the necessary contents for brain power, strength, energy and proteins.
Many of our learners comes from a low socio economic background in which they eat that which is available for consumption: may it be healthy or unhealthy.
We cannot thank the Cape Peninsula feeding scheme and our wonderful cooks for delivering maize meal daily as a breakfast meal, a cooked meal for lunch as well as a fruit.
Article by - Schools Media Team

Stoke On Trent College

Stoke On Trent College
We were once again blessed to have Stoke On Trent college grace us with their presence. Stoke On Trent college visits the school annually to help with the upliftment of learning and teaching at the school.
This initiative has been ongoing for the past years in which Calvin the mentor of this exchange programme brings English visitors to engage with our South African pupils and learn within this process.
We would like to thank them once again for generously donating sports equipment and hosting a fun filled arts and crafts programme with our grade 3 pupils and sporting codes with our grade 4 learners.
We look forward to the forth coming years in building this relationship from strength to strength.
Article by - Schools Media Team