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School Projects

2015: Appreciation ceremony for former teachers at Letheba High School (Botlokwa) and award ceremony for Grade 12s. The purpose of the award ceremony was to reward excellence performing learners and appreciating the tecahers for the effort they put to ensure that learners obtain high marks.

2016: Award ceremony for Sekgosese West Circuit (Botlokwa) for 10 high schools namely: Letheba, Kgarahara, Rampo, Motlalaohle, Fedile, St Brendants,Mamafa, Tidima, Makgato and Rasema High Schools. The purpose of the award ceremony was to reward excellence performing Learners.

2017: Botlokwa career roadshow -the roadshow touched on self-concept which is grown through self-knowledge and self-discovery. Students are more likely to find happiness in their career if they first can see a clear picture of themselves, their interests, hobbies, passions, and subjects. This covered the 19 high schools in Botlokwa. Botlokwa career exhibition – The aim of the event was to creating awareness around careers. This covered the 19 high schools in Botlokwa. Botlokwa award ceremony-The purpose of the award ceremony was to reward excellence performing learners. This covered the 19 high schools in Botlokwa. Digital Skills session– 40 Schools across Capricorn District were trained – Its aim is to deliver face-to-face training on digital skills to Grade 11 and 12 learners and unemployed youth.

2018: Koloti Circuit award ceremony– The purpose of the award ceremony was to reward excellence performing learners. This covered the 09 high schools in Moletsi. Digital Skills session– 50 Schools across Capricorn District were trained- Its aim is to deliver face-to-face training on digital skills to Grade 11 and 12 learners and unemployed youth.

2019: Koloti Circuit award ceremony- The purpose of the award ceremony was to reward excellence performing learners. This covered the 09 high schools in Moletsi. Digital Skills session- 65 Schools across Capricorn District were trained- Its aim is to deliver face-to-face training on digital skills to Grade 11 and 12 learners and unemployed youth.

2020: Scientific Calculator handover– Excellent Emelda Foundation bought and handed over Sharp Scientific calculators to Kenneth Mathye 2020 for his Scientific Calculator Drive Campaign. Study lamps handover – Excellent Emelda Foundation bought and donated Eurolux study lamps and donated to Moletsi Matric award ceremony for 47 high schools. Rulers handover – Excellent Emelda Foundation donated rulers to Mogodumo Circuit in Ga- Maja area. Digital Skills session- 35 Schools across Capricorn District were trained – Its aim is to deliver face-to-face training on digital skills to Grade 11 and 12 learners and unemployed youth.

 

 

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