GWF Week In Edu-Tweets #59

1. From GWF Media Coordinator Accolade Ubisi: This week has been filled with success events that are inspiring, from excellence price givings to inspirational talks. Accolade and GWF Head of Programmes, Maria Awogu went to an African Women Leadership workshop in Johannesburg to give talks about the Good Work Foundation and Accolade shared her inspiring story.


2. From Hazyview Digital Learning Campus: This week on the day we celebrated five years of the #Educationrevolution in Hazyveiw Campus we also had an award giving ceremony to celebrate the Open Learning Academy Champions of 2016 and encourage them to work even harder. The young students excelled in maths and English with a mark of 96% to 100%. Congratulations to the young future leaders and this is a start of many more award giving ceremonies.


3. From Justicia Digital Learning Campus: Another yoga sessions filled week with Julia Geffers. The Justicia community was introduced to holistic learning, the students from Madlala High School, Ntshuxekani Preschool and the Justicia team were all excited to do yoga with the majority experiencing it for the first time.


4. From GWF Media Coordinator Accolade Ubisi: These women are determined to change the world even if its just by voicing out the possibilities of a better tomorrow, they will do it without a question. Linky, Accolade and Maria few the GWF pink flag high in the African Women in Leadership workshop in Johannesburg this week.


5. From GWF ICDL Group Coordinator Lungile Shabangu: The first ICDL exam for 2017 was held last Friday. The Bridging Academy students wrote their exam and the results are amazing. Look out for a Facebook post with the exact pass rate and % from Monday!


6. From Ryan James: It’s always amazing to see that our former students are getting jobs. Mpho was part of the Bridging Academy Programme for 2015 and through the skills he acquired at one of GWF’s campuses he has secured himself a promising spot in the work industry. Mpho is currently a trainee at Sabi Sands Shaws Gate.


7. From Justicia Digital Learning Campus: A child that reads has a bright future but a child that writes and tells stories has an inspired brighter future. The SMILE programme is helping young people enhance their creativity at an early age. This programme is extended from the Open Learning Programme that gives Grade four learners from local schools exposure to digital learning.


8. From Hazyview Digital Learning Campus: This week the Hazyview Digital Learning Campus was celebrating five years of the education revolution in the Shabalala area. Five years ago,  on the 21st February 2012 three women were part of the the Hazyview Campus building team. Those women have worked so hard and today one of them, Deliwe Tibane is now Head of the Hazyview Campus Administration team. Read Deliwe’s story here and be inspired.


Compiled by Hazyview Media Academy.