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Partners for Possibility


PfP Schools
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Rembrandt Primary Rembrandt Primary Career Day at Multotec

Rembrandt Park Primary held a Career Day on 15 October 2012 at Multotec in Johannesburg, as a run-up to the schools official Career Day. The Multotec Group was established more than thirty years ago and its core business is the supply of products and services to the mining, mineral beneficiation and power generation industries.  110 learners, 4 teachers and Principal Elizabeth Seema attended the Career Day. Everyone was given visitor tags, stationery and mineral water on arrival which made the learners feel very important and welcomed by the friendly staff of Multotec.

 
The session began with a welcome and then presentations by individuals within the company who were involved in various careers such as finance, human resource management, engineers, fitters and turners and many more. The emphasis was that not all of us will end up with a degree, but practical work is vital and is very much in demand in many industries. 
 
The learners were allowed to ask questions after each presentation. The questions were very thought provoking, intelligent and clarified many details of the various careers on display.  The learners and teaching staff then boarded the bus to view other areas of the company to see aspects of the production capacities that it has. After a lovely lunch they returned to school in time for the final bell of the day and to prepare for the official Career Day to be hosted the next day.
 
“The children certainly learned a lot and it was good to take them to a company environment, rather than to just tell them about it.” Principal Elizabeth Seema said.
 
The Principal, staff and learners of Rembrandt Primary School would like to thank everyone at Multotec involved with facilitating this event, especially Bernadette and Thomas and they look forward to a continued relationship with Multotec.
 
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26 February 2013, 14:04
 

Rutegang Primary School Rutegang Primary School gets a computer lab

Rutegang Primary School now has a computer lab. This wonderful development was made possible by SAGE, Click, Cheryl Mulder and Partners for Possibility.

 

 

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30 November -1, 00:00
 

Matlapaneng Primary School HFS visits Matlapaneng Primary School

HFS in partnership with Smollan IT Visited Matlapaneng Primary School on 28 June 2018 and Donated Desktops, Tablets, Smartphones and Canned food. 

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30 November -1, 00:00
 

MC Weiler Primary School High five to a bright future

For the 2016 Global Handwashing Day, Unilever and Lifebuoy celebrated the life-saving habit of handwashing with children and parents at M.C. Weiler Primary School in Alexandra.

“Global Handwashing Day provides us with an opportunity to celebrate the fact that Lifebuoy has reached over 337 million people across 28 countries with its behaviour change programmes. We are proud that no other brand has touched more lives with this important message,” said Unilever South Africa’s Senior Vice President, Peter Cowan, “To date, Lifebuoy has educated over 11 million South Africans, including over 2 million children in 4000 schools. We are happy to add another 1500 children to those figures today with the first graduates of our Unilever brightFuture Integrated Schools programme.”

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30 November -1, 00:00
 

Gordon Primary School CEDU Cares, Community Engagement and the Power of Public-Private Partnerships

By Dineo Horner

The staff and learners of Gordon Primary in Alexandra were excited to receive a new school bus, courtesy of Unilever South Africa. Mr Ailwei Mawela, a lecturer at the College of Education’s Department of Curriculum and Instructional Studies and former principal of Gordon Primary, and his strategic partner Mr Orestis Patricios of Ornico Group, were  instrumental in securing the donation of the mini bus (a Nissan Impendulo NV350). This bus will be used to transport learners to sporting events, school excursions and other events that will add great value to their education experience and assist the school in providing better opportunities for learners who are soccer champions, among other sporting codes.

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30 November -1, 00:00
 

Esikhisini Primary School Pillars to Posts

23 May 2016

 

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30 November -1, 00:00
 

Sophakama Primary School Sophakama Benefitting From Program Launched By Premier’s Office

We are excited to confirm that Sophakama Primary was selected as one of only 8 schools in the Western Cape to participate in a new program recently launched by the Premier’s office.

The name of the program is Year Beyond and in brief, entails 5 high school graduates that will do volunteer work at our school five afternoons a week to boost literacy and numeracy amongst learners.

Meet the Year and Beyond volunteering team…   

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30 November -1, 00:00
 

Sophakama Primary School Sophakama sings in sounds of Africa

The Sophakama Primary School choir was singing a new tune on Friday 19 February in a special handover ceremony as they were gifted with a piano from Callie Lewis of Books and Beyond and her family.

This generous donation was the prized possession of Callie’s late mother Barbara Lewis, who was just as passionate about education as she was about music. A plaque was mounted on the piano in her honor to carry forward her legacy in bringing joy to children through the power of music.

The event was attended by by Callie’s dad David Hibling, husband Dale, Tracey and Darryl Faquhar, Oupa Ockie and a team of Roggerz including proud Sophakama parents and members of the community. With an instrument to hold their voices together, the choir, also known as “The Face of Sophakama” entertained the audience in African song and dance.

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30 November -1, 00:00
 

Thohoyandou Primary School Thohoyandou Primary School's journey to address learner performance

‘Partners for Possibility’ (PfP) [pfp4sa.org] is a citizen’s initiative in which Business Leaders are partnered with School Principals to work together in “turning around” under-performing schools.  The partnership between Ms Ilna Ströh (Business Leader) and Mr Gabriel Ramano (Principal of Thohoyandou Primary School in Atteridgeville, Pretoria) kicked off in March 2015.

Both partners agreed from the outset that the focus and primary objective of their partnership will be on improving learner performance.  

PfP’s invitation to attend an information session: ‘Laying the foundation for success – an introduction to Brainboosters’ [www.brainboosters.co.za] opened a window of opportunity early in the partnership. 

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30 November -1, 00:00
 

Marhulana Primary School The Veggie Patch

Amongst the social upliftment projects that Multotec supports in our nearby communities, we recently sponsored a vegetable garden at Marhulana Primary school in Tembisa. Marhulana, which is situated in the Xubeni section is graded as a 4th quintile school by the Gauteng Department of Education (GDE). This means, they are not fully supported by the GDE in a learner feeding programme.

The Xubeni community has historically been populated by the Vatsonga folk, with families originating from areas such as Nelspruit, but as far afield as Mozambique and even Malawi. Consequently, there are many child headed or single parent households, who therefore have a limited ability to provide regular meals for the learners in their families.

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30 November -1, 00:00
 

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