GWF Week In Edu-Tweets #51

1. From Open Learning Academy Facilitator Selby Mokoena: Sitting around a table as a team and doing work is what links the bond of a healthy relationship and that is what the Open Learning Academy team has been doing.


2. From Hazyview Reception: The Bridging Academy Students were writing their English for Access final exam during the week, the very last exam they will ever write as Bridging Academy students in 2016. We are so excited for them and have started to count down to their graduation day this December.


3. From GWF CEO Kate Groch: Kate and her daughter Maya celebrated World Adoption Day. World Adoption Day is a day to celebrate families and raise awareness about adoption and GWF supports every family who is travelling this amazing journey.


4. From Open Learning Academy Facilitator, Selby Mokoena: The Open Learning Academy team attended the NeuroScience Mind Moves workshop. The aim of the workshop is to give guidelines to teachers and help them remove learning barriers through interactive mind stimulating moves. The workshop was held at Summerhill Prep  School and was a success, as you see being put to play.


5. From Hazyview media Intern Mpho Lebyane: First Aid Training Facilitator Claire Alderson came in to Hazyview Campus to facilitate GWF staff members of Justicia and Hazyview Campus.


6. Hospitality Facilitators Nikiwe Mabanga and Witness Mnisi went for a Hospitality (LobsterInk) workshop during the week. The workshop was held at the Garden Court in Kempton Park. They have shared with us that this was an amazing experience for them.


7. From GWF CEO Kate Groch: Kate and the team went on a road trip to Johannesburg for a Women In Leadership workshop. A selfie won’t hurt before hitting the road.


8. From GWF CEO Kate Groch: The team arrived in Johannesburg safe and sound and have taken a snap in front of the iconic statue of the late Nelson Mandela at the Nelson Mandela Square.



9. From Ryan James: Everyday the Open Learning Programme and the team inspires young rural learners to become great through digital ‘wodner-filled’ learning and we are proud to witness these joyful moments every day.


Compiled by Hazyview Media Intern: Mfumo Thobela.