The Month in Pictures #22

If you missed out on some of our recent blogs and social media posts, then October’s compilation of ‘Month in Pictures’ is for you.┬áThe Campus of the Future continues to grow with the addition of Open Learning phase two that is being launched in primary schools that are plugged into the GWF satellite hub in Shabalala village in rural Mpumalanga.

Conservation Academy is blooming along with spring flowers this October. Sibusiso Mnisi has been facilitating conservation literacy to these young champions of the future who also form form a part in the Campus of the Future. The grade four learners know know big words and like photosynthesis and respiration, and understand their meanings.

Conservation Academy facilitator, Sibusiso Mnisi has been teaching conservation literacy to the Open Learning champions. These little futures of South Africa now know words like photosynthesis and respiration, and understand their meanings as well as how to use them. They also enjoy the quiz tests for which they are rewarded with sweets and fancy school stationary if they do well.

And the winner i s GWF. A few weeks ago, GWF  attended a CompTIA awards ceremony, where they were nominated for and scooped a prize in the Small development

And the winner is GWF! A few weeks ago, GWF attended a CompTIA awards ceremony in Johannesburg, where they were nominated in the category: Most Growth in Small/Medium Academic Partner 2015. Abna Machavana and Paris Moeng received the award on behalf of GWF.

A proud mother celebrates   her daughter's graduation in an African way:song and dance and ululating. The Ocotober graduation was the third for GWF this year, with two more to go before the end of the year.

A proud mother could not help but celebrate her daughter’s graduation in an African way: through singing, dancing and ululating as the young graduate walked up to receive her International Computer Driving Licence, English and Hospitality certificates. The October graduation was the third for GWF this year, with two more to take place before the end of this year.

Catherine Khosa is a teacher by profession, from Ifalethu Primary School, one of the Open learning Academy participants at GWF. Catherine had also enrolled as an ICDL student and graduated in August this year. This October, she was one of the delegates who capped the new Mpumalanga graduates.

Catherine Khosa is a teacher by profession from Ifalethu Primary School, one of the Open Learning Academy participating schools at GWF. Catherine had also enrolled as an ICDL student and graduated in August this year. This October, she was one of the delegates who capped the new Hazyview Digital Learning Campus graduates.

South Africa experienced what some refer to as 'the biggest' student uprising after the Soweto uprising in 1974. Students protested against fee increments in universities, and GWF happened to have a model of education that   gives solutions to their problem. GWF gives access to world class to all regardless of where they are born or how much money they have.

In October, South Africa experienced what some refer to as ‘the biggest’ student uprising after the Soweto uprising in 1974. Students protested against 2016 fee increases in universities. On the same day, GWF had scheduled to release a recent graduation ceremony video from the Hazyview campus. In support of the students, this video was proof that it is possible to have an affordable model of education that gives access to world class education to all regardless of where they are born or how much money they have.

As part of our bridging year at Hazyview Digital Learning Campus - powered by Absa Bank and Barclays Africa - we recently held a ReadyToWork workshop, which provides learning material that help young people develop work skills, people skills, money skills and entrepreneurship skills so that they are better equipped for a world beyond education.

As part of our bridging year at Hazyview Digital Learning Campus – powered by Absa Bank and Barclays Africa – we recently held a ReadyToWork workshop, which provides learning material that help young people develop work skills, people skills, money skills and entrepreneurship skills so that they are better equipped for a world beyond education. Kate Groch poses for a photo under the tree with the students in blue shirts and their facilitators in pink shirts.

beside having gone through many hurdles in life, this womnintech Busi Ngimane took the decision to work very hard through studying and she is now reaping the fruits of her hard work as an administration clerk at the Department of Education in Mpumalanga.

Besides having gone through many difficult hurdles in life, this WomanInTech, Busi Ngimane, made the decision to work very hard through studying to create a better future for herself. Today Busi reaps the benefits of her hard work, working as an Administration Clerk for Mpumalanga Department of Education in the Mkhuhlu circuit. She is also completing her ICDL Excel Advanced.

Compiled by GWF Media Academy.

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