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School Club is an influential and dynamic public-private educational platform. It reaches over two million learners and their families each year. Workbooks, posters, recognition stickers, certificates and other learner, teacher and support materials are provided to schools for free through this programme.
For over 50 years, we’ve believed that doing good is good business. Because we’ve known from day 1 that caring for our people, serving our customers, and participating in the communities we work and live in isn’t just a part of our business; it is our business. People n Planet is our commitment to reduce the impact we have on the environment and increase the one we have on every life we touch; our promise to take bigger steps and leave smaller footprints.
We know it’s a task that is bigger than any one of us. Which is why we invite you to join us as we partner together to create a better tomorrow.
Learning environments play an important role in a learner’s success. Schools can boost learner achievement by improving their learning environments and parents can now support their children in their learning career.
Schools and parents can use this platform to build better academic and learning performance. School Club provides a wide range of online learning resources for public and private school learners. Its extensive resource offering includes more than 10 000 pages of CAPS-aligned resources including worksheets, lesson plans, assessments, videos, presentations and much more….all in one place! Learners learn best in environments that are cognitively stimulating, accessible, safe and hygienic.
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This year, Pick n Pay School Club joined forces with ‘People Who Grow Food’ (PWGF) and the Department of Education Tshwane District, to create a food garden at Phumzile Primary School in Soshanguve. PWGF is a food garden initiative to grow, feed, educate, store and...
When to have your child’s vision examined: The American Optometric Association recommends the following guide for childhood visual exams: children should have an eye exam by no later than 6 months old, then again by age 3, and just before starting school. School-age...
Can you believe we’re almost at the end of yet another year? It feels like it was just yesterday when the new academic year began. 2021 hasn’t been easy, especially for students. Exam season is taxing, no matter how well you excel in certain subjects. One of the most...