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The first relief parcels for June were delivered to our three school communities today. Exciting new educational activities were included for the children. Teacher Nushfeekah creates the educational packs according to her original term planner, ensuring that the Educare program stays on track while we are in lock down. When Early Childhood Development Centres are allowed to reopen after lock down the children will bring their completed work back to school.

While packing the relief parcels at school staff take extra care by wearing protective gear and by practising physical distancing. When they are in the communities delivering the parcels they educate the families about the Covid-19 precautionary health practices.

If you wish to help with our Covid-19 support project you can drop off donations at the school every Tues 10h00 – 13h00. You do not have to get out of your car, just email to let Devi know what time you will deliver. More information about donations via Payfast and EFT can be found at

Wish list for Covid-19 support project

  • Disposable gloves
  • Disposable masks
  • Plastic aprons
  • 5L sanitiser 70-80%
  • Sanitiser spray bottles
  • Paper towels
  • Disinfectant wipes

Packed bags ready to be delivered to our children and families living in Hadji Ebrahim, Pook se Bos and Flamingo Crescent informal settlements.

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