GWF Week in Edu-Tweets #16

1. From Linky Nkuna, Justicia Digital learning Campus Coordinator who has been mentoring and preparing the Madlala High School students for the annual English Olympiad exams that they will write early in March.


2. GWF Media Academy Coordinator Accolade Ubisi was glad to see the Ready To Work programme finally rollout for GWF’s Bridging Academy students last Wednesday.


3. First of its kind in rural Mpumalnga is the newly added course under Conservation Academy headed by Byron Ross. The Introduction to Wildlife Monitoring course has enrolled three women and two men for a period of six months, and in June, another interview selected group of five will  also do the same course for six months.


4. From GWF Media Academy member Mpho Lebyane who captured this beautiful photo of Deliwe Tibane right after she delivered this quote of inspiration in the GWF daily morning meeting.


5. From GWF. 2015′s last group of Bridging Academy students want to leave the campus having set a record of three women taking first place on a tie of 95% in the Excel exam and a 100% pass rate.


6. There you have it, GWF Media Intern Mfumo Thobela captures the moment as Media and Communications Manager Ryan James welcomes and orientates the final group of students for the Bridging Academy for 2016.


7. Mpho Lebyane spent some time with Open Learning students who attend after school to do their homework and access internet from the Hazyview hub.


8. An Open Learning champion from Madlala High Schools is off to the other side of the country to further her studies after having performed exceptionally well in her final matric exams. MDLC Coordinator Linky Nkuna has known and mentored Malwandla Ubisi from Grade 8 right up until her final year of high school. Malwandla has been the most active student who participated in everything throughout high school.


Compiled by GWF Media Academy.