Classroom facelifts at Primary school

2019-01-15 06:00

THE Zero2Five Trust renovated six classes at Inchanga Primary School recently as they believe that giving children a better looking classroom will give them the courage to love their studies more and do well.

The Zero2Five Trust is an NPO based in Durban which is running a holistic nutrition and development programme for young, impoverished children at selected Early Childhood Development (ECD) Centres in the eThekwini, Ugu, King Cetshwayo, and uMgungundlovu Districts.

CEO of Zero2Five Trust Julika Falconer said that the trust is closely affiliated to Futurelife Health Products Pty, as they are the main sponsor of the large-scale nutrition programmes they are running.

“Our mission is to promote holistic Early Childhood development in disadvantaged areas by improving the pupils’ health and education outcomes through nutrition and education programmes,” she said, adding that they help children reach their developmental milestones in their formative years which enables them to achieve their full potential and allows for a safe and prosperous future life.

Falconer said renovating the six classes was one of the ways they are trying to help the pupils reach a great milestone in their formative years.

With sponsors from Futurelife, Cloud 9, Zebra Armour, Thekwini Toyota, and Mrbm Consultant, the Trust was able to paint six classes, put up pin boards, donate rhymes charts, give the school book shelves, and make their garden look good.

In conclusion, the CEO thanked all the sponsors and people who came to lend a helping hand to this worthy cause.


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