School to represent FS

2020-02-19 06:01
The Namanyane Primary School’s group will represent the Free State at this year’s national Baswa Le Meetse competition. From the left are, front: Naledi Pheko, Botshelo Nkoadipo, Bokamoso Mohapi, Realeboha Matee, Masego Motoai, Onkabetse Matee and Kelebogile Pharoe; back: Dineo Matee (SGB chairperson), Tumagole Seapolelo (educator), Refilwe Mohale, Mapaseka Galeboe, Gasego Mosala, Sekgomotos Seitshiro (educator) and Lucky Lukhele (Department of Water and Sanitation). Photo: Supplied

The Namanyane Primary School’s group will represent the Free State at this year’s national Baswa Le Meetse competition. From the left are, front: Naledi Pheko, Botshelo Nkoadipo, Bokamoso Mohapi, Realeboha Matee, Masego Motoai, Onkabetse Matee and Kelebogile Pharoe; back: Dineo Matee (SGB chairperson), Tumagole Seapolelo (educator), Refilwe Mohale, Mapaseka Galeboe, Gasego Mosala, Sekgomotos Seitshiro (educator) and Lucky Lukhele (Department of Water and Sanitation). Photo: Supplied

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The Namanyane Primary School from Thaba Nchu will compete at this year’s national water awareness project, Baswa le Meetse, competition.

This is after they were selected as the overall provincial winner at the final on 7 February, held in Bloemfontein.

The national final will be held later this year.

It is in line with the Department of Water and Sanitation’s 2020 Vision for Water Education Programme targe-ting primary schools countrywide to participate in a water conservation programme, aimed at addressing South Africa’s challenge to save water.

The schools showcase their innovations in presentations of drama, music, poetry, praise poetry and posters, conveying messages to save water.

The Namanyane group won R10 000 as the first prize for their artistic music that conveys a message of good hygienic practices and water conservation in the society.

The second prize of R8 000 went to the Malakabeng Primary School from Sasolburg for creativeness in the poetry category.

The Batjha Primary School from Botshabelo received R6 000 in prize money for an innovative poster.

Nationally the overall winner will get R20 000 with the second position and third place winners receiving R15 000 and R10 000 respectively.

The amount won will be shared between the school and the participating learners.

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