A different kind of #growth mindset 🍅. Ola (Grade 10) is tending Imagine Scholar’s garden! We’ve been providing students with fresh tomatoes, spinach, and lettuce to make sure everyone is getting enough brain food!
Check out Sibahle with his AVBOB Poetry award! His poem, which won first prize in the AVBOB Poetry Gala for the SiSwati language is now published in a book entitled “I Wish I’d Said…” (Vol.3) 😎
Daily #inspiration! Check out these 110+ books and art pieces that will challenge you to learn and grow.
Today, our Strategy & Engagement Manager, Cait Graaf spoke about the future of sustainability at the RITE Education #InspiredConference2020! In her talk, she covered how holistic education that prioritizes critical thinking is an important part of moving the sustainability agenda forward.
This is what standing up for what is right sounds like. Alumna, Nomthandazo, created this #spokenword piece in response to gender-based violence in South Africa ♀️
Virtual learning hasn’t slowed us down! Check out Ntu finishing up the online Biomedical and Tech Symposium with Heritage STEM Camps Foundation on Zoom 👨🔬
COVID hasn’t stopped Scholars from pursuing their goals! Sibahle just won first prize 🥇 at the AVBOB Poetry Gala for the SiSwati language. Fast forward to 1 hour and 6 minutes to watch his award be announced! Watch it by clicking here.
Friendly reminder to mask up and keep those hands squeaky clean! 🧼
Credit goes to Qhawe (Grade 10) for putting his art skills to use spreading awareness on how to keep COVID-19 in check.
It’s official! Siphila is a professional (aka he got paid 💸) author. Check out his short book “The Girl on the Bus” on FunDza Literacy Trust’s site now!
When Scholars put pen to paper, epic things happen. Check out this new poem from Sunny, entitled “Black and Proud”. Her poem was published by our friends at Right for Education Africa to over 6 million people 🖤
Innocenciah (Grade 11) has been awarded a scholarship with BP Global STEM Academies, an international educational program focusing on STEM and cultural exchange.
She received 1 of 110 scholarships out of over 9000 applicants this year(!) and will be attending virtual programming coupled with an opportunity to study abroad in 2021 in the USA, Egypt, Brazil or India.
We’re proud to announce that we’ve joined as an official partner to the Humane Education Coalition!
Humane education is a comprehensive methodology that equips learners with the tools to think critically and identify creative and impactful solutions to interconnected global challenges.
We join a diverse group of organizations pioneering pro-social learning environments and promoting global sustainability.
Learn more about the coalition: https://www.hecoalition.org/
Shout out to Evan and our friends at Obvious State for helping us design learning environments that spark joy and curiosity by donating these incredible art pieces to our program!
Congrats to Sandra & Siphiwe for their acceptance to Ryerson University’s DMZ BaseCamp Lite Program! 🎉
This online entrepreneurship workshop links high potential students with Canada’s leading tech entrepreneurs. Siphiwe will be continuing her research and development of her cyclonic telescope and Sandra will be focusing on business models that address Nkomazi’s largest issues.
Learn more about the program: https://bit.ly/38L40gS
Grade 12 Scholar, Mlondi has long since been one of our strongest poets. Thanks to our friends at Right for Education Africa for sharing Mlondi’s incredible poem “Where I’m From” 👏.
R:Ed is a diverse media platform dedicated to delivering authentically African content to its almost 7 million person readership. We couldn’t be more proud to see Mlondi’s poetry getting international exposure!