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Universal Children’s Day

Universal Children’s Day

On the 20th November in 1959, the UN General Assembly adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Child. We recognize Universal Children’s Day on this date as a time to acknowledge the rights of children around the globe and to create in children an awareness of each...

National Children’s Day

National Children’s Day

National Children’s Day is a reminder of the rights of our children and a time to consider and commit to them afresh in our own families, schools, the wider community and as a nation. According to our Constitution, these rights serve to protect our children from...

National Emergency Medical Services Day

National Emergency Medical Services Day

This year, more than ever, the importance of our emergency service providers has been showcased. On National Emergency Medical Services Day, we pause and acknowledge that we have much to be proud of, as South Africans, when considering the devotion, bravery and...

Healthy kids learn better!

Healthy kids learn better!

We have all heard the saying ‘you are what you eat’ and this is just as relevant for our little ones. Children who eat well will have the nutrients and energy they need to grow, as well as perform better at school, sports and in other activities. You can help your...

GARDEN DAY FOR KIDS – A DOZEN WAYS

GARDEN DAY FOR KIDS – A DOZEN WAYS

Gardens are wonderful spaces, which is why we’re encouraging everyone, no matter how young or old, to celebrate them on Garden Day. Here are some ways to help your kids to connect with nature and find pride in growing their own plants, flowers and food today for...

National Energy Efficiency Day

National Energy Efficiency Day

Energy efficiency involves using technology that requires less energy to produce the same results. This is key because it reduces greenhouse gas emissions and saves money for households and the general economy.  As a way of encouraging people to develop good energy...

Upcycling Pick n Pay products: Upcycle yoghurt tubs into desk bins!

Upcycling Pick n Pay products: Upcycle yoghurt tubs into desk bins!

You see trash, we see treasure! Ms Jacobs from Plantation Primary and some of her recycastars found new life for their used Pick n Pay yoghurt tubs. They made little dust bins for every group table, labelled Do Not litter, encouraging the learners to keep a clean,...

Upcycling Pick n Pay products: Let’s make a broom!

Upcycling Pick n Pay products: Let’s make a broom!

Let’s make a broom! Mrs Jhagroo from Wembley Primary School together with learners (from left to right) Owais Hassen, Jermaine Kisten and Nandeni Govender made a broom using recyclable products from Pick n Pay. Steps: Remove the label on your empty plastic bottle....

Upcycling Pick n Pay products: The Nageng I-robot!

Upcycling Pick n Pay products: The Nageng I-robot!

Created by: Mr Bethuel Malebe and R learners from Nageng Primary School. The name of our creation is Nageng I-robot. The name is inspired by the Forth Industrial Revolution because learners are fascinated by the world of robotics which is one of the Gauteng Department...

Women’s Month Teacher Q&A: K Govender (KZN)

Women’s Month Teacher Q&A: K Govender (KZN)

I am Miss K Govender, I'm an educator at Mahathma Primary School and a student at UKZN. I teach grade 3 English and Life Skills and grade 5 Afrikaans. What’s the most inspiring experience that you had as a teacher? There’s too many to choose from! I am inspired by my...

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