NGO ‘rescues’ rural schools

2017-07-21 06:00

CREIGHTON has many rural and farm schools and there is a serious shortage of mathematics and physical science teachers in some schools.
Rheinmetall Denel Munition, an NGO, has adopted Sonyongwana High and sponsored the school with learning learning aids, furniture and science kits.
Rheinmetall Denel Munition has further trained teachers and is to send mathematics and physical science specialists to the school.
The NGO also provides water treatment facility, a modern sewage system and bursaries for matric pupils and plans to host awards for hard working community members and pupils.

Tomorrow, Rheinmetall Denel Munition is hosting a career expo for Grade 11 and 12 pupils at Sonyongwana High and on Sunday it is hosting community games.

Department of Education chief education specialist in the Pholela Circuit Management Centre, Thiyane Magaga said since Monday, 14 specialists have been helping matrics in mathematics and physical science. The programme ends today. - Supplied.


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