Month In Pictures #31

It has been absolutely “wonder-filled” the whole of January, our first month of digital education revolution in 2017. With this compilation of ‘The Month In Pictures #31″ we managed to pick ten beautiful photos that showcase our whole month in not so many words but beautifully captured moments. These young people continue to be our heroes and inspire The Good Work Foundation team to work tirelessly to deliver excellence to every young person who taps into any of its digital learning campuses. We hope these moments inspire you too!


The new year might have just begun but the learning has never stopped. Open Learning Academy Facilitator, Oscar Madonsela was assisting Tfolinhlanhla Primary School Students with their digital English lesson at the Hazyview Campus. We are looking forward to a year of adventure and fun.


The GWF Media Team, in support of the Women’s March in America are running a campaign with the hashtag ‘#WomenAreTheFuture’, in raising awareness and supporting the fight for Women’s Rights. Through out the month of February on our social media pages we will be continuing to support this movement and letting the women all over the world know that we 100% behind them.


These young faces are the hope for Africa’s education and the Good Work Foundation is honored to be pioneering a programme that is producing change makers of the future. Africa is burning brighter by the day with digitally literate young people.


Good Work Foudation’s Internship Programme has added two more employable young rural rockstarts for the digital and media industries. Mfumo Thobela (left) and Wiseboy Shabangu (right) have successfully completed a year of working on real accounts for two South African major companies; producing stories and and world class photographs. As part of their internship, the two have each been awarded with a brand new HP laptop so they can continue to explore the fast growing digital and media world.


When you step into our digital barn, you can’t help but be inspired by the willingness of young people to learn and become better and digital versions of themselves. As the GWF team, we are fortunate to witness young people starting from the age of 2 (preschoolers) realise their potential as it unfolds in front of them.


Here here to another exciting women dominated class for Information Communication and Technology in 2017. 90% of these students are Hazyview Digital Learning Campus graduates of the Bridging Academy and graduated in 2016- meaning that they are some of the many young students who walked into our campuses with 0% knowledge of how to operate a computer and now they will be learning how computers are build. #EvolutionLivesHere.


GWF is proud to announce that it has added another strong woman into the team. Maria Goretti-Awogu is our new Head of Programmes and we are looking forward to working with her. Since she joined the #EducationRevolution she has done a number of motivational talks and continues t inspire us.


Many Grade Three Students from our Open Learning Academy participating schools have been waiting anxiously for their turn for digital learning in the barn- that time has finally come. These boys and girls have started gamification learning of Maths and English, the look on her face tells you just how good that has been.


Our education model aims to challenge education systems throughout Africa and the world at large. We challenge what we learn, how we learn and who has access to learning. These kids are inside our barns everyday for 2hours of interactive, engaging, digital and fun learning everyday because we have broken all boundaries that limit learning.

Compiled by Hazyview Media Academy.