FAQ

 

WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF PICK N PAY SCHOOL CLUB?

Pick n Pay School Club is one of the country’s most dynamic and successful channels through which schools benefit from business participation in the education of the adults of tomorrow.  The programme is dedicated to facilitating meaningful relationships between Pick n Pay, the initiative’s co-sponsors, government, schools and their local communities in order to make a difference in education in South Africa.

WHO DO WE CONTACT?

EMAIL
schoolclub@pnp.co.za

POSTAL ADDRESS
101 Rosmead Avenue, Kenilworth, Cape Town, 7708

IS THE CONTENT CAPS-ALIGNED?

Yes, the content is CAPS aligned.

HOW MANY SCHOOLS DO YOU PROVIDE CONTENT FOR?
Total number of schools: 3 025
Primary schools: 2 300
High schools: 725

 

WHAT DOES PICK N PAY SCHOOL CLUB ENTAIL?

Free educational material for schools that is both curriculum-aligned, and subject and grade specific. Brands sponsor the material and the content is developed by curriculum writers.

HOW CAN WE REGISTER FOR THE KIT?

You can register your schools to receive the Pick n Pay School Club educational kit by clicking here: (Link registration button for online registration)

Once you have been successfully registered, you will receive a registration email.

Please note that we would love to be able to provide all schools in South Africa with content kits but space is limited, so register today!

WHAT DO JUDGES LOOK FOR IN THE COMPETITIONS?

Pick n Pay School Club hopes to identify and reward schools across South Africa that pro-actively nurture a spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship while simultaneously equipping their learners to make responsible decisions regarding every aspect of their daily lives – from nutrition and exercise, through inter-personal relationships and behaviour patterns, to the environment and communities in which they live.

The judges look for creativity, alignment to the brand, how well the competition instructions were followed and “own work”.

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