Month In Pictures #30

Where has the time gone? it is incredible to think that we are compiling the month in pictures for October already; nonetheless, the GWF team is still on full speed with the education revolution, preparing to give access to excellent world class education to yet another group of young rural #rockstars in 2017. The month was filled with strategic meetings and assessment tests as we prepare for 2017, but most of all, it was filled with ‘wonder-filled’ learning. Here are some amazing moments that are inspired by learning.


The Learners of  Tfolinhlanhla Primary School leave the barn running to their transport after receiving two hours of digital ‘wonder-filled’ learning. They are equipped with knowledge that will change their lives as they grow up. This group is two months away from completing their programme for 2016.  Photo by Mfumo Thobela


After months of ‘wonder-filled’ learning it comes to a point where you need to see that the knowledge our Open Learning programmes encouraged the grade fours to learn has been learned and understood. The month of October was that time where the Open Learning Academy Learners were writing their end year assessments tests. Photo by Mpho Lebyane


GWF CEO, Kate Groch, held a strategic workshop with the Bridging Academy team to discuss changes, improvements and implementation to make sure that the programme is a success for next year. Photo by Wiseboy Shabangu


Fumani Mathebula is a Bridging Academy student who is always happy; but on this particular day, he said he was very happy because life seems possible after Good Work Foundation and to also be siting under the ‘digital tree of knowledge’ makes him happy. Photo by Mfumo Thobela


The Women’s Circle started out as an initiative that aimed to build a community of trust among women staff at Good Work Foundation. The team has been showing a spirit of love and being present for one another. This initiative has created an environment where women get to; empower, support and motivate one another. .Photo by Wiseboy Shabangu


This is an iPad filled with educational apps that the Conservation Academy uses for their lessons. The app on this page is a customised app designed by Good Work Foundation’s Head of Development Ryan James and the Londolozi team. ‘The Junior Big Five Tracker’ teaches learners about the Big Five.Photo by Mfumo Thobela


The Introduction to Wildlife Monitoring Students recently visited the Moholoholo Animal Rehabilitation Centre as part of their learning. Most of the students experience ‘face to face’ encounters with some of the most beautiful wildlife animals for the first time. Look out for a blog wherein they all share their experience with us.Photo by Wise Shabangu


Hospitality student, Masibulele Nkewu has been dubbed the most stylish student in the history of this campus. Masibulelo dashes into the campus with his sophisticated ensembles of retro cloths, see more of his photos on the GWF twitter page.  Photo by Mfumo Thobela


Open Learning Academy Facilitator Teaman Manzini is one of the most exciting educator this campus has ever had. His presence rubs well with the learners; they leave this campus happier and more energetic. Way to go Teaman. Photo by Wiseboy Shabangu


JDLC Coordinator Linky Nkuna had a presentation for the Bridging Academy Students to encourage them to apply for the Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI) that is based in the United States. This initiative gives young people who bring positive change to their community the chance to get skills training in different sections depending on the one that interests a particular person. We wish all our applicants the best. Photo by Wiseboy Shabangu

Compiled by Hazyview Media Academy