GWF’s Digital Learning Programme Launches at Ntshuxeko Primary School

Another school in rural Mpumalanga has joined Good Work Foundation (GWF) for its phase two digital literacy project enabled by Rand Water Foundation.

This week, 40 tablets, a charging trolley and team of education revolutionaries rolled into Ntshuxeko Primary School in Mkhuhlu, extending a math’s and English digital learning programme to Grade 5 learners.

“Ntshuxeko’s Grade 4 learners are already part of Open Learning phase one at Hazyview Digital Learning Campus,” said GWF CEO, Kate Groch. “Extending the programme to the Grade 5’s this year and then the Grade 6’s next year is a great step forward for our partnership with the school, especially given the 7% and 12% improvements so far this year that we have seen in English and math’s respectively across the eight school that we work with in the area.”

A big thanks for the continued support from Open Learning Phase 2 sponsors: Rand Water Foundation.

Here are some photos from the day:


The GWF team arrive at Ntshuxeko Primary School armed with a charging trolley full of fun learning!


Zodwa Buthelezi with the principal and teacher of Ntshuxeko Primary School.


Zodwa helps a learner access the Grade 5 file of learning apps.


Excited learners. They were part of the programme when they were in Grade 4. Phase two means that they will be part of the programme throughout their primary school careers.