Month In Pictures #34

A series of beautiful photos that fit our #AfricaMagic theme for the month!


Mama Thuli Sibambu, one of the parents that came to understand what the Open Learning Academy is, and more importantly, what the “phase two” part means for her Grade 5 child who attends Babati Primary School, a satellite of Justicia Digital Learning Campus. Mama Thuli found herself lost in wonder and learning as she listened to the Cinderella story being read to her and had all the fun doing it.


Summerhill Prep School in Hazyview hosted one of our very first Open Learning Academy satellite schools, Tfolinhlanhla Primary School from Shabalala, where Grades four and fives were immersed in fun conservation learning during the introduction of Coaching for Conservation (C4C) at Summerhill. Thanks Investec!


Babati Primary School Principal, Ms Eunice Ndlovhu (middle), with the GWF Team (in pink and grey) from the Justicia Campus after a successful launch of Open Learning Academy Phase two at Babati Primary school.


Mketse Primary School learners on Open Learning at the Justicia Digital Learning Campus hub.


Meet two of the 60 Bridging Academy Students from Huntington Digital Learning Campus!


Justicia Digital Learning Campus Open Learning Academy Coordinator, Kind Khoza running a digital math and English lesson with Mketse Primary School Grade four learners.


Good Work Foundation is currently in the ‘think tank”, wherein the coordinators of all modules are brainstorming what the year ahead looks like for GWF’s core programmes and how we as a team will work to get to 2018 smoothly.


Open Learning Academy learner dead focused on his tablet. When learning is fun, no one is forced to do it!


Cloudy skies at the Huntington Digital Learning Campus. A tree has become such a powerful symbol for us all at GWF. If there’s a tree, whether in or out, let’s meet underneath and learn!


We love having friends from all over the world come visit us. As one of our growing traditions, all our friends must have a photo taken under the tree before they leave. We loved having the Amadeus team come to visit us in August.


Our Conservation Academy students went on an adventure of their lives. With 100% first time bush campers in the wild, they were able to learn about South Africa Safari in the most practical way possible. GWF took 10 conservation students on a bush experience for two weeks! Thank you to our supporters at Konica Minolta South Africa and thanks Byron Ross.


The team had so much fun during their First Aid level one training where they played ‘the injured’. This exercise taught the team how to deal with different wounds and injured people and how to take care of them until medical help arrives. We now have an additional 20 qualified First Aid level one pupils in the different campuses.


Khutso Ndlovu has, like all of GWF’s Bridging Academy students on the different campuses, become digitally independent and is now doing English online, learning on his own.