About Us
Find out who we are, what we do and how we’ve impacted communities around South Africa.

Overview

Pick n Pay School Club is an innovative programme designed to assist educators to achieve their classroom objectives by providing meaningful educational content! Now in its 15th year, Pick n Pay School Club takes its mission to the next level. So welcome back to all our existing Pick n Pay School Club members, and welcome aboard to our new ones.

Pick n Pay School Club for 2018 focuses on the following main themes:

FAQ

1. What is the purpose of Pick n Pay School Club?

Simply put, Pick n Pay School Club is all about uplifting our country’s education so that the adults of tomorrow can look forward to a better future. How? By facilitating meaningful relationships between Pick n Pay, the initiative’s co-sponsors, government, schools and their local communities. Pick n Pay School Club is widely acknowledged as one of the country’s most dynamic and successful of its kind.

The integrated result is a platform that provides much-needed educational support in a meaningful and value-adding way. Schools are hungry for new and innovative approaches to deliver the prescribed educational curriculum, and crave financial support from the private sector. We are proud to be able to offer them both.

2. What does Pick n Pay School Club entail?

Pick n Pay School Club is made up of five themes:

Healthy Body

This focuses on hygiene and grooming habits and educates on the nutritional value of what we eat.

Healthy Mind

This equips learners with literacy, numeracy and problem-solving skills.

Healthy World

This educates learners on the importance of looking after our environment for sustainable living.

Create it

This inspires out the box thinking in learners. It aims to nurture creative talent at an early age.

Print it

Here you can print posters, timetables or year planners to distribute in schools.

3. What do competition judges look for?

In all Pick n Pay School Club competitions, we look for the following criteria when judging: creativity, effort, alignment to the sponsors educational material, detail, originality and accuracy. 


NEWSLETTERS

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Testimonials

"…very helpful…"

"The workbooks are very helpful and we really appreciate the extra resources."

- Nellie de Bever (Grade 1 teacher) and Nicole du Preez (Grade 6 teacher), Tamboerskloof Primary

"…so relevant…"

"The kids did a whole project on healthy food and the Pick n Pay Vegetable and Fruits posters fitted in so nicely with the lesson. The posters are colourful and so relevant. Thank you so much!"

- Shaun Smith (Grade 6 teacher), Ellerton Primary

"…I’m very excited…"

"This is our first year but I’m very excited. Can’t wait to take my box back to school."

- Mrs. Stander, Laerskool Darling

"…thank you to Pick n Pay…"

"On behalf of all the teachers here today, I would like to say thank you to Pick n Pay for reaching out to us and investing in our learners’ futures."

- Mnr. Wideman, Laerskool Swartland

"…so grateful…"

"The teachers at my school are going to be so grateful and we are going to enter all the competitions, I’ll make sure of it."

-  Mnr. Taylor, Christelike Privaatskool

Contact Us


Tel: 011 706 6016
Fax: 086 686 9385

Email all queries to pnpschoolclub@hdiyouth.co.za

Postal address:
Postnet suite 331
Private Bag x51
Bryanston
2021

MEMBER CERTIFICATE

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