Maths holiday fun at Science Centre

2016-03-17 06:00
=Learners between the ages of 6 and 16 years are invited to the NMB Science & Technology Centre’s holiday programme where the focus will be on “Sustainable use of natural resources”. Seen above is a learner during one of the previous programmes presented at the Science & Technology Centre in Uitenhage.           Photo: HEILIE COMBRINCK

=Learners between the ages of 6 and 16 years are invited to the NMB Science & Technology Centre’s holiday programme where the focus will be on “Sustainable use of natural resources”. Seen above is a learner during one of the previous programmes presented at the Science & Technology Centre in Uitenhage. Photo: HEILIE COMBRINCK

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The Nelson Mandela Bay Science & Technology Centre in Uitenhage will be hosting an exciting educational holiday programme next week for learners.

“The theme of this holiday programme is ‘Sustainable use of natural resources’. The purpose is to instil the right attitude in learners towards the use of natural resources,” said Singathwa Poswa from the NMB Science & Technology Centre.

“The learners will be taught regarding the importance of natural resources and ways of preserving them. There will also be an hour long maths session every day.”

The holiday programme will run from 22 to 24 March, daily between 10:00 and 14:00. Learners aged 6 up to 16 years are invited to attend.

The cost is R10 per child and a limited number of learners will be accepted, therefore booking is essential. The centre is situated in Lower Drostdy Street, Uitenhage.

Parents are urged to contact the NMB Science Centre for bookings and electronic payments.

  • For more information contact Singathwa Poswa on 041 991 5000 or singa@uddi.co.za

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