Learners publish first magazine

2017-10-31 06:01
Some of the executive group with ward 75 councillor Joan Woodman.

Some of the executive group with ward 75 councillor Joan Woodman.

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Learners of Highlands Primary School published their first magazine on Thursday 19 October.

The initiative was made possible through a partnership between UWC’s social work department and the provincial education ­department.

Selected schools across Mitchell’s Plain were allocated second-year Social Work students Unathi Ziki, Tumi Kheleli, Eleanor Slamat and Reinhard Amos to work with learners in developing their skills.

Highlands Primary was one of the selected schools and the group decided to create and publish a school magazine as part of their community work project.

The team includes Skye Kruger as the editor, Kauthar Samsodien as the photographer, Maryam Hamid as the writer and Miche Lee as the publisher.


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