Combined with the science and mathematics kits, the six schools will also each receive a stunning mobile library, which will further boost literacy levels at the schools.
Principal, Mr R Singh said, “I am very proud of our prefects and teachers, who always go the extra mile to instill discipline and moral values in every youngster.”
To reduce school absenteeism and improve educational benefits of these young girls, KwaZulu-Natal resident, Sue Barnes, developed Subz Pants and Pads, a reusable, eco-friendly sanitary pad that clips onto a 100% cotton panty which lasts a minimum of five years.
Pupils will shine at the event, scheduled to take place on Thursday, April 26 at the Tongaat Town Hall. Formalities for the evening are expected to commence at 6:30pm.
Glenhaven commenced with their technical streaming three years ago with courses offered in Civil Technology Construction and Mechanical Technology Automotive.
The annual sports day was held at the Swanvale Primary School grounds. The adorable participants enjoyed a fun-filled day.
Since the inception of the sterling programme, thousands of girls have positively benefitted and have learned a great deal about various aspects such as puberty, menstruation and also hygiene and personal care during this time.
“In today’s technological world, computer literacy is essential and our aim is to ensure that every learner on our programme is equipped with these vital skills,” said PROTEC manager, Marion Takis.
This was also aimed at promoting fitness and a healthy lifestyle.
Recently, grade four pupils from Bhekulwandle Primary School were invited to uShaka Marine World’s Sea Education Centre where they received a little more insight on the tour programme and what it entails.
The day also featured a clown show, face painting, a disco, go cart, a water slide, a jumping castle and many games and food stalls.