The Masikhule End of Year function for 2015 celebrated those ECD Centres that really excelled during the year, despite their challenging environments. The Principals and teachers embraced the Masikhule training and mentorship, and are shining examples to their colleagues and communities.
The overall winner for 2015
awarded to De Hoop Dagsorg from Simonsig.
Here Else de Jong (a past mentor of theirs)
hands them their award – what an achievement!
with Else de Jong
Award for consistency in Early Childhood Development
Coreen Vlok, the mentor for Lithemba, and Deborah Hoepfl,
one of our expert presenters, were thrilled to
hand over the well-deserved award for consistency in
Early Childhood Development to Beauty, Principal of Lithemba.
Winner for successfully implementing the Business Course material
Ongie’s Daycare was a deserving winner for successfully
implementing the Business Course material in a sustainable
manner. Both Khumbule and Zine have completed the Basic,
Advanced and Business Courses with Masikhule.
Here Des McLeod and Lynette Pullen hand over the
trophy ECHO sponsored. Robin Julies, an ECHO
graduatehad an honoury place as she delivered a
numberof modules for the 2015 Business Course
– with Robin Julies, Des McLeod, Lynette Pullen
and Sandy Immelman.
Trophy for most creative implimentation of the ECD Courses
Kamvalethu collecting their well-earned trophy for
most creative implimentation of the ECD Courses.
Despite having very little in the way of resources,
they never stop making the most of what they have
– with Karen Bufe.
Most Promising Newcomer
Kingdom Kids scooped the “Most Promising Newcomer” award.
Here Linda Merand, Chair of Helderberg Sunrise Rotary hands
over the trophy they sponsored to Edith Etson, the Principal.